Lafayette Instrument Company is an equal opportunity employer who values a diverse workforce. We promote a drug-free and safe workplace through pre-employment screening. Ideal candidates are highly motivated and creative self-starters with strong communication and project management skills. All candidates must have the ability and desire to thrive in a fast moving, multi-tasked, team environment.
We offer an extensive benefit package that includes, 401K, paid vacations and holidays, insurance, and more. Interested applicants may mail resumes to our Human Resources department c/o Sheryl Cohen, email the resume, or fax: (765) 423-4111.
RECENTLY OPENED POSITIONS
Electronic Technician - Intern
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN - INTERN
Contact Name: Sheryl Cohen
Position: Full time through June and July 2013, potential part time afterwards
Salary: Depends on Education and/or Experience
Individual must be able to pass a drug screen and submit two documents for proof of legal employment authorization and identity for the United States.
Lafayette Instrument Company seeks an individual for the position of Electronic Technician. Lafayette Instrument Company is a product innovation company that designs, develops and manufactures instrumentation for the investigation, study and assessment of biological and behavioral processes. These products have been sold worldwide to universities, physicians, law enforcement agencies, governments, private practitioners, and corporations. The individual will be responsible for product checkout, calibration, repair, and quality control.
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN QUALFICATIONS
- Two year degree (minimum) in Electrical Engineering Technology or equivalent training or experience.
- Electronics education or experience with an emphasis on digital and analog circuit analysis and troubleshooting.
- Demonstrated ability to read and interpret electrical schematics, datasheets, operating and instruction manuals, technical checkout procedures, work instructions and other technical documentation.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form with production personnel, professional staff, and customers.
- Demonstrated ability in basic math, the ability to use and convert units of measure, and the ability to calculate common electronic values such as current, voltage, power and gain.
- Demonstrated ability to use common bench tools and electronic measurement tools such as multi-meters and oscilloscopes.
- Demonstrated proficiency in hand soldering and the use of circuit board repair tools.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Tests, calibrates, and repairs electrical, mechanical, electromechanical, and electronic equipment and instruments.
- Checks manufactured products for conformance to established standards and assists in formulating calibration standards and procedures.
- Troubleshoots electronic devices to the component level using standard test equipment.
- Analyzes the function of circuits and electronic equipment utilizing electronic schematics and component datasheets.
- Inspects components and electronic equipment for defects.
- Assembles and calibrates instruments and electronic equipment.
- Measures parts, components, and manufactured products for conformity to specifications.
- Interacts with and assists production assemblers to ensure product quality.
- Answers customer questions regarding use and repair of products.