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Your role as a PCB Electronic Assembler (part time/contract) will require you to be part of a dynamic research and design team in the development of intelligent systems (www.ryerson.ca/~kdkumar; www.isacsystems.com). The SSDC laboratory at Ryerson University is engaged in several projects related to this subject and is under phenomenal expansion in terms of staff and infrastructure resources. Your responsibilities will focus on the assembly, testing, and troubleshooting of PCBs.
- Work from technical instructions, drawings, schematics, verbal and written instructions & procedures
- Reworking PCB, hand solder, through-hole solder, reading schematics, building PCB
- Able to perform PCB rework with both through-hole and surface mount components
- Hand placement, prepping, stuffing, soldering and desoldering of through hole and smt components to pcb's. Soldering under halo.
- Inspection of own and other's work. Use of solder braid and electric tool.
- Troubleshoot hardware to identify problems, and recommend solutions
Utilize test & measurement equipment, digital/analog voltmeters, scopes, Hi-Pot meters,
power supplies and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)
- Maintain detailed records of test procedures, test data and modifications required
- Develop test procedures, perform tests and analyze results to prove compliance with all requirements.
- Write technical specifications and reports;
- Assist in creation of new documentation and fixtures
- Work within a team environment
- Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering/High School Diploma/GED or related degrees
- Minimum of 10-15 years in a soldering position and performing PCB assembly
- Proven assembly experience with emphasis on hand soldering PC boards to NASA standards or Mil Spec standards.
- Proven experience with a variety of small hand tools such as soldering irons, wire strippers, crimpers and pliers/screwdrivers.
- SMT Through-Hole experience
- Must be familiar with PCB (Printed Circuit Boards)
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
The prospective candidate should directly apply to:
Dr. Krishna Kumar,
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Space Systems
Department of Aerospace Engineering,
350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3, Canada
Tel: +1-416-979-5000 Ext. 4908; Fax: +1-416-979-5056