Soldering Technician 1 - TP121153
#TP121153 Soldering Technician 1Initial Review Date: Wed 2/1/2023
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Under general supervision, incumbent will assist a team of engineers supporting scientific research in the area of Structural Engineering. Perform hand-soldering operations using soldering irons, heat guns, and other devices. Use hand and power tools, measuring devices, heavy equipment, and machining tools. Fabricate, assemble and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment. General creative problem solving to achieve research-focused objectives.
- Basic skills in electrical/electronic assembly, soldering, testing and maintenance.
- Basic understanding of electronics, voltage, current, electrical assembly, soldering, and testing circuits.
- Basic understanding of hand and power tools, measuring devices, heavy equipment, and machining tools.
- Knowledge and experience in operation of forklifts, manlifts, and/or overhead cranes.
- Knowledge and ability to fabricate, assemble and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment.
Assignment Duration: 2 months - Anticipated end March 2023
- Must be able to pass a reference check, background check, and motor vehicle records check.
Pay Transparency Act Full Salary Range: $40,695 - $47,586 Annually
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Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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