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Weatherford offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits program and provides you a challenging and enriching career path, with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. We are focused on providing a challenging and enriching career path with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. We are an innovative, global company with wide-ranging opportunities that include career-enhancing talent rotations. Our structured career paths will ensure that you know what it takes to build your ideal career at Weatherford when you join our Company. We also offer a comprehensive benefits program, including health insurance coverage, income protection plans, a 401(k) savings plan, Company paid holidays, and paid time off for vacation.
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Works directly for or with one or several Flow Measurement product/project engineers or managers building and/or testing electronic components, sub-assemblies and products, and developing assembly processes which lead to the final product. Works with new and existing products to help improve manufacturability, quality and performance, resulting in the highest performance, lowest cost reliable product.
Maintains test equipment and facilities in good working order. Ensures test operations are performed safely and equipment is calibrated and in safe working condition. Able to perform other duties, projects or assignments within the physical constraints of the job.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- The technician assists the engineering & manufacturing teams to design and fabricate the means of testing and assembling Flow Measurement components / products.
- The technician reflects his efforts, thoughts, and test results via reports to engineering and is expected to be proactive in providing feedback on potential design improvements and process optimization.
- The technician develops, improves, and documents a means of assembly for manufacturing, including, where applicable, development of new tooling/fixtures for the product.
- Performs pre-certification testing using prescribed tools and methods.
- Maintains testing equipment in good working order, including: calibrations, repairs and/or scheduled maintenance of the testing equipment used within the test facility.
- Reads and understands test procedures, standards and protocols.
- Gathers test parts and equipment to set up tests per given specifications.
- Ensures that sufficient supplies are on hand to complete test programs.
- Operates all test equipment, collecting test data as needed for product validation/verification documentation.
- Designs new and modifies existing test fixtures as needed to conduct product or component testing under the guidance of the responsible engineer.
- Complies with company safety and quality policies.
- Familiar with handling and assembly of electrical/electronic and computer-based products and industrial processes for fabrication.
- Expertise in the assembly of complex and delicate electronic assemblies.
- Experience with prototype fabrication, assembly, testing and reporting.
- Able to use common electronics bench equipment and soldering techniques to assemble and test electronic sub-assemblies and/or test equipment.
- Working knowledge of basic inspection equipment and able to inspect electronic components and assemblies.
- Computer literate with experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Able to read, review, and create good quality written reports in English, including digital photographs, illustrations, spreadsheets, and recorded/charted data from tests performed.
- Understands how to work safely within a variety of potentially dangerous areas.
- Ability to communicate and work well with others in a multi-disciplined environment.
- High school diploma.
- Three years of working experience in a technical environment.
- Business Process Improvement
- Computer Literacy
- Electronics Manufacturing