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Electronic Technician - Iroquois, ON (Job Req #2023-337)

Ross Video

Ross Video

Iroquois, ON, Canada
Posted on Friday, May 17, 2024

Electronic Technician - Iroquois, ON (Job Req #2023-337)

Iroquois Facility, Iroquois, Ontario, Canada Req #1733
Thursday, May 16, 2024

Why Work at Ross Video? We have a great group of people working together to create and deliver cutting edge products that look amazing and are easy to use. We go all out so that our customers can have the best possible experience and achieve quality results. With a product focus, continual learning, results driven processes, and creative thinking, we constantly strive to improve our solutions and to deliver results. If you've ever watched live television, news, sports, or entertainment, you've seen our products in use. All of the major Hollywood award shows, most professional sports teams, and many of the largest broadcasters in the world use Ross Video technology. Get behind the scenes and learn about what it takes to make live events possible. If that resonates, and you’re someone with integrity, commitment, and a strong drive to deliver great products, we’d love to hear from you.

This is an in-person opportunity located at our Iroquois, Ontario facility.

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As an Electronic Technician (ET) at Ross Video, you will be responsible for the successful troubleshooting of electronic assemblies and systems down to the board level, as well as from production fallout and customer returns. As an ET you will work closely with the manufacturing test development team to learn new products and work with production teams to support the tests systems. As an ET you will have the opportunity to work on variety of Ross Video Technologies and Products. This position is located in our state of the art facility, located in Iroquois, ON.

Who you report to: Manager, Troubleshoot & RMA

What we offer:

Ross offers competitive salaries and comprehensive health plans, as well as several perks to help you perform at your best.

Some of these perks include flexible hours, generous paid time off, fitness/wellness allowance, employee share ownership program, professional development support and a ton of fun social activities and events!

Best of all, you will be part of the Ross Video team, and we’ve got a pretty energizing environment here.

What the job is all about:

  • Troubleshoot & recover the electronic products that fail from production and are returned from customers.
  • Work with Production Managers, Lead-Hands and cell supervisors for work prioritization to ensure that internal and external customer demands are met.
  • Perform production configuration, testing and calibration following established procedures, policies, and protocols.
  • Use various pieces of bench top equipment and tools (hardware and software) to test and debug products.
  • Utilize the proper routing, rework, and knowledge base tools that help create a sustainable production system.
  • Works alongside product engineering to understand the new products and technologies.
  • Adhere to Ross Video Health & Safety Policies.

Who you are:

  • Electronics Technician/Technologist diploma or completed a multi-year program in electronics.
  • Solid understanding of electronic theory and applications, with an emphasis on digital components such as CPU, FPGA, flash, etc.
  • Excellent foundation in schematic reading and interpretation.
  • Working knowledge of Linux and other command line interface with hardware.
  • Knowledge of JTAG technologies (IEEE 1149.1, 1149.6).
  • Familiar with a wide variety of test equipment (i.e.: high-speed scopes, video/audio generators/analyser, DVMs, etc.).
  • Experience with scripting languages such as AutoIt, TCL, C, C++, Python or equivalent
  • Working proficiency of PC/Windows computer skills specifically related to network and serial interface and configuration.
  • Must have computer proficiency with Microsoft Office and core business-use tools.
  • Knowledge of video and audio standards, and broadcasting would be an asset.
  • Ability to solder is preferred.
  • Ability to work a rotational schedule.
  • Exceptional technical abilities, high initiative, and well developed organizational, analytical, problem-solving and communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and with varying levels of support and documentation.

Bonus points if you have the following:

  • Self-starter and quick learner and able to work with minimum supervision.
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs., and to work in a manufacturing environment in an individual workstation, within a moderately noisy setting.

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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
At Ross, we embrace diversity, and we want you to bring your authentic self to work. We are committed to building a team that includes a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. Inclusivity drives innovation and creativity, and that’s something we’re passionate about at Ross! We believe everyone should be able to enjoy a rewarding career at Ross, regardless of race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, age, veteran status, physical or mental disability. If a disability means that you need any additional support during the recruitment process, please contact Talent Acquisition and we will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate your request.

Other details

  • Job Function Manufacturing
  • Pay Type Salary