• Microprocessor Technician

    Job Location US-SC-Blacksburg
    # of Openings
    Direct Hire
  • Overview

    A Microprocessor Technician will report to the Engineering Service Manager and will assist in directing and controlling processes in accordance with defined policies and procedures. The Microprocessor Technician will provide expedient service to all equipment assigned in such a way as to insure maximum efficiency and quality performance involved in the processing the products and to do so with maximum safety, minimum cost and high quality of workmanship .


    • Assist other engineering associates to perform work as required to keep production machinery and auxiliary equipment in working order.
    • Fix Breakdowns.
    • Complete work that is required on department work list.
    • Work on D.C. / A.C. drives, motors, breakers and other equipment switches.
    • PLC’s, Hydraulics, pumps, and valves.
    • Work on conduit and flex for corrosion, loose straps or broken parts.
    • Work on exhaust fan, motors, worn brushes, and junction boxes.
    • Read electrical drawings and work on electrical components on machinery.
    • Distributed Control System Repair and Maintenance.
    • Machine Vision Systems Technology.


    • Two year Associate degree in related field or equivalent training.
    • Must have awareness of PC hardware components, desktop operation system software, and application software (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access).
    • Should possess excellent analytical skills and the ability to troubleshoot and resolve opportunities.
    • Able to interact effectively with management, staff, vendors, customers, and work independently, and/or as part of a team.
    • Must be able to lift fifty pounds and be capable of using motorized equipment (fork trucks, tuggers, etc.).
    • Must be self-driven.
    • AC/DC Fundamentals.
    • Microprocessor based system fundamentals.



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