TT Electronics

EMT (Electro-Mechanical Technician) - 2nd Shift

Posted Date 1 week ago(13/03/2023 15:10)
Job ID
United States
Seniority Level
Job Function
Workplace Facilities and Services
Permanent Full-Time
Estimated Travel Required
0 - 10%

Company Overview

At TT Electronics, you will meet dedicated people who believe that advanced electronics is the key to a brighter, smarter future.  Whether it’s advanced flight controls, smart surgical tools, intelligent vehicle charging or seamless automation everywhere, advancements like this come from the minds of passionate, creative people – working to a common goal, watching out for each other, and caring about making a difference in the lives of people all over the world. 


Our passion?  Simplifying the development of complex electronics… it’s the reason we exist as an organisation.  Our way of life?  Fostering a culture that values individuals as well as community and teamwork. 


Join us – and work with a team that believes success is measured by more than the bottom line, where you’ll find opportunities to achieve your goals, contribute to the lives of others, and build a brighter, smarter future, together.



Role Overview and Responsibilities


The Electro-Mechanical Technician (EMT) will maintain and repair electronic, mechanical and pneumatic production line equipment. This position is available on 2nd Shift - which runs M-F 3pm - 11:30pm, with overtime on weekends available.


Key Responsibilities

  • Works from schematics, drawings, charts, manuals, flow charts, verbal and written instructions. Uses various hand and power tools; testing equipment such as RPM meters, frequency meters and watt meters, oscilloscope, multi-meter, and bridges or other designed testers to determine problem and necessary repair(s).
  • Performs required installation of new, replaced, repaired or modified equipment at proper stations of production lines (done under supervisory direction, or with assistance of other departmental personnel.) Performs test run to ensure equipment is in proper running condition.
  • Reviews work orders concerning malfunctioning equipment considering priority of maintaining production schedules with minimum amount of down time. Troubleshoots and repairs as required, electrical and/or electronic circuitry considering problems concerning motors, circuit breakers, relays, switches, registers, adders, counters, encoder, decoders, lamps, sensors, fuses, and other similar equipment parts or units.
  • Repairs and/or replaces malfunctioning parts such as gears, pulleys, cams, chains, sprockets, belts, pneumatic and hydraulic devices, vacuum pump, air valves and cylinders, regulators, chucks, drive motors, heaters, or other such equipment parts.
  • Checks for air/liquid, leaks in lines, hydraulic deionization and particle filters; repairs or replaces as required. Handles routine servicing functions, ie. cleans and ways mold bars, lubricates chains, motors and sprockets, changes oil, cleans and services TIC baths, replaces stations and hand cappers, replaces rollers, conveyor belts, gas bottles; adjusts gas regulators and performs other like preventative maintenance tasks.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Attributes

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Thorough understanding of electronics principles and design.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Detail-oriented and organized.
  • Excellent problem-solving ability.
  • Ability to follow highly complex directions.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Above average computer skills; Excel and Database entry.
  • Associates degree in Electrical Engineering or minimum two-year related work experience.
  • Previous manufacturing experience.

Work Environment:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be working in an environment with the following requirements:

  • Comfortable working in a Class 1,000 cleanroom environment.
  • Ability to sit or stand for 12 hours at a time.
  • Comfortable working around chemicals.
  • May be required to wear a cleanroom smock and proper safety equipment (hairnet, eye protection, face mask, gloves (nitrile or vinyl)).




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