Kodak is Hiring!
We are looking for an Electrical Engineering Technician to support the Supply Operations organization of Kodak's Enterprise Inkjet Systems Division. The principal charter of this group is to provide engineering support to on-going manufacturing and product improvement in the Kodak Dayton Ohio facility.
As an Electrical Engineering Technician you will focus on life cycle management and continuous improvement projects for the Kodak Versamark, Prosper and Ultrastream products. Work will include testing components related to obsolescence issues, supporting outside vendors, testing circuit board prototypes, coordinating drawing and schematic revisions, making relay board test fixtures and operating printers and related equipment as required. Close interaction with other engineering disciplines is required due to the complex printing system consisting of fluid mechanics, electronics, software and materials.
Scope of work requires the following:
PCB build and debug
Cable assembly design and build
Assist in integration of boards into the subsystem and system
Troubleshooting problems after the initial integration
Parts ordering and engineering inventory
Product documentation and ECO process
Organize lab space
Associates Degreein Electrical Engineering Technology, equivalent military training or work experience
Through hole and surface mount component assembly
Familiarity with leaded and RoHS soldering techniques
Read and understand circuits based on schematics
Familiar with set-up and operation of oscilloscopes, multi-meters and other test equipment
Familiar with industrial devices such as valves, motors, pumps, blowers and power supplies
Attention to detail
Basic computer skills
MS Applications Word, Excel
5 - 10 years industry experience
Schematic board capture
Schematic capture software, ORCAD is desired
Ability to run an Ink Jet Printer
Familiarity with line voltage subjects
EOE Policy Statement Kodak is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applicants are free to apply without regard to race, color, religion, sex/gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status, national origin, age, disability or veteran status or any other Federal or State legally protected classes.