Power Test
  • Sussex, WI, USA
  • Full Time

Job Summary

Power Test, Inc. is a world leader in the manufacture of heavy duty engine, transmission and chassis dynamometer systems. Established in 1976, we are a consistently growing and dynamic organization. Power Test was awarded the 2011 and 2012 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award, Wisconsin's Future 50 Master Mettle Award in 2014, named one of the top southeast Wisconsin's Healthiest Employers in the Small Business category from 2011-2014, and was awarded the 2013 Governor's Export Achievement Award for the state of Wisconsin.

Job Responsibilities

  • Prepare work by reviewing instructions, blueprint specifications, drawings, and parts lists. Identify and gather required tools and materials.
  • Build, wire, calibrate, test, troubleshoot, and repair custom electronic panels, components, parts, equipment and systems on most or all varieties of products. Includes wiring, installing, testing and troubleshooting panels on large industrial machinery.
  • Install and wire industrial motors and motor controls.
  • Perform basic programming, configuring, testing and troubleshooting of electronic modules.
  • Assemble, solder, troubleshoot and repair through-hole circuit boards.
  • Inspect panels and enclosures to ensure materials meet documented specifications. Perform panel and enclosure modifications using power and hand tools as necessary.
  • Configure PC's with necessary product software.
  • Test performance of electromechanical assemblies, analyze and record test results, and prepare documentation.
  • Collaborate with electrical engineers or others to identify, define, or anticipate and solve developing problems.
  • Inspect project work for quality control and assurance. Document and correct quality issues.
  • Perform final product testing as needed to diagnose, recommend and correct issues.
  • Use extensive technical knowledge of electronic theory and components, and electrical principles.

Job Qualifications

  • High School or equivalent plus 2 years' experience wiring panels and machines. Technical school ideal.
  • Strong technical understanding of principles of electricity, and knowledge of electrical and electronic components.
  • Understanding of motors and motor control concepts.
  • Ability to use electrical/electronic testing and measuring equipment.
  • Read and work from prints, schematics, technical bulletins, and hand drawings.
  • Strong soldering skills.
  • Self-starter and strong team player with a positive attitude, good communication and attendance.

Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

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