Job Description

About the Role:

The Capital Equipment Test Technician will perform a variety of routine and semi-routine tasks to ensure production quality standards are met.  Under general supervision, performs the setup of equipment, fixtures, components, cables, etc. for test.  Perform mechanical assemblies.  Perform hand setups for AC and digital tests, recognizes failures and setup problems, and determines need for appropriate verification.  Operates programmable AC auto-tests, samplers, real-time oscilloscopes, pulse generators, meters, power supplies and special AC test fixtures.  General instructions are given for routine work and detailed instructions are given for new lines of work or special assignments. Utilizes electronic engineering debug techniques to identify root cause on electronic printed circuit boards and test systems, used for medical Capital Equipment systems.


Your Responsibilities Include:

  • Assemble Calibrate and Test electronic medical devices from, using electronic schematics and documentation.
  • Reviews or develops processing and/or manufacturing instructions.
  • Maintains detailed documentation through all phases of development, testing and analysis in Boston Scientific tracking databases and systems.
  • Constructs, operates, troubleshoots, calibrates, adjusts, and maintains medical test equipment and systems.
  • Performs tests, analyzes data and writes reports and has an ability to work from schematics, engineering drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
  • Performs set-up, testing, repair, inspection, and/or maintenance of all area-specific equipment, materials, systems, and/or product.
  • Performs routine and some non-routine technical assignments using standard methods and sequences. Assignments require limited judgment in troubleshooting proven processes. and assisting with resolution of quality and manufacturing issues.
  • Performs final assembly and test on all products.
  • Understanding of TPIs and product theory of functionality and operation.
  • Train other Technician’s as required.
  • Follows procedures and has knowledge of how MPI’s, TPI’s, drawings, etc. are used.
  • Provides support for Capital Equipment Manufacturing, Repair Operations, Manufacturing Engineering and any other internal customers as required.
  • Electronic debug, test and safety awareness required
  • Previous experience of repair of Electronic systems required
  • Knowledge of electronic test tools required (Multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators) to component level including soldering/de-soldering



Qualifications and Experience Required:


  • Level 6 Technical Qualification in Electronic Engineering
  • 3-5 years Electronic Test debug, repair and calibration experience
  • Debug, Repair based on electronic schematics

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