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Author Topic: Calibration Tech opening - Orlando, FL  (Read 719 times)

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Calibration Tech opening - Orlando, FL
« on: 03-09-2018 -- 17:17:14 »
Job Description:

Responsible for calibration, repair and maintenance of RF and General Purpose Test and Measurement Equipment including, spectrum analyzers, signal generators, multi-meters, power supplies, current probes, physical/dimensional, and other electronic test equipment.

Required Skills/Education:
•High school diploma or equivalent required and  4 years related experience.  Military/P.M.E.L. training is preferred.
•Experience in repair and calibration of general purpose test equipment.
•Ability to read and understand electrical drawings a plus.
•Candidate must be able to work independently as well as part of a team.
•Professional attitude and excellent verbal/written communication skills are a must.
•Strong attention to detail is highly required.
•Be able to lift 50 lbs.

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