Electronics Technician 2
Performs journey-level work in layout, construction and installation of radio communications, electronic and safety equipment. Troubleshoots, maintains, repairs and tests analog, and/or digital electronic equipment. Delivers and installs equipment, calibrate test equipment, construct electronic circuits and assemblies, punch block panels, or module or board swaps. May assemble scientific instruments or electronic air monitoring systems. Work is typically reviewed on a spot check basis after decisions have been made. Unusual problems that may occur are brought to a higher level supervisor with probable outcomes and solutions.
- o equipment, methods and tools used in operation, installation, maintenance, repair and modification of monitoring and measuring instruments;
o operating principles of electronic monitoring and optical instrumentation, principles and practices of electronics;
o elementary principles of physics, mathematics and chemistry as related to ambient monitoring equipment;
o methods, tools and test instruments used in operation, calibration and repair of electronic ambient monitoring instruments;
o safety precautions; record keeping and report preparation.
- o recognize and repair defects in electronic systems and equipment;
o read and understand instructional manuals, drawings, schematic diagrams, plans and sketches using electronic symbols;
o fabricate and design equipment and electronic circuitry and flow systems.
One year of experience as an Electronics Technician 1 in either general government or higher education classes
Three years experience as an electronics technician.
Full-time training in electrical engineering, electronics, physics, chemistry or closely related field may be substituted, year for year, for up to two years of the required experience.
A valid Federal Communications Commission General Radiotelephone Operator License may substitute for two years of experience.
Experience with Edwards Fire Alarm Systems.
Experience with Fireworks Fire Controls System.