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IQC - Electronics Technician

Date: October 29, 2013
Reports to (Job Title): Faculty Supervisor
Jobs Reporting (Job Titles): None
Location: Main Campus - RAC & QNC Building


35 hr/wk

Primary Purpose

Responsible for providing technical services and to be the safety officer for the entire institute, specifically focusing on all experimentalist’s research teams, students and interactive visitors.

Key Accountabilities:

1.  Design, construction and test of electronic circuits upon request


2.  Managing an electronics shop


3.  General Technical Services


4.  Responsible for the management of highly specialized and expensive, commonly shared equipment


5.  Health, Safety and Environmental Coordinator and Fire Evacuation Coordinator:

Position Requirements


Successful completion of an Electronics Engineering Technologist Diploma (3 year program minimum).


Ten or more years of proven industrial experience in Test & Service, Onsite Customer Support, Production & Manufacturing process, Applications Engineering with a strong scope in maintenance and service.


MS Word Excel PowerPoint Other
Intermediate Basic Basic
  • Electonir desgin CAD software
  • General CAD

Nature and Scope

Interpersonal Skills:


To provide services or act upon the necessity to solve a problem, typically technical or Health, Safety and/or environmentally related.



To purchase materials, equipment, hardware and software supplies; negotiate economical solutions for outsourced work and to obtain information on latest technologies available in the market.

Level of Responsibility:

This job has specialized work requirements, works with minimal supervision and provides guidance to others.  This position is responsible for providing efficient, economical and quick turn around technical services to facilitate and aid all research ventures in the Institute, without sacrificing quality and integrity, while providing the guidance and action needed to implement and maintain the best safe environment possible.

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