Electronics Technician
Salary / Hourly Rate
$60,000.00 – $75,000.00 per year, pro-rata
Job Type
Job Information

Job Description

Ingenuity Design Group is a leading product development team, full of passionate engineers and designers. At Ingenuity, we are committed to designing innovative products, which lead to the success of our clients and the fulfilment of our team. We do everything with professionalism, integrity, and passion.

We are seeking talented individuals to join our growing multi-disciplinary development team, who are ready to be challenged and nurtured in their careers.

The Ingenuity team provides comprehensive design services to leading US and international companies for a wide range of industries. These include consumer, commercial, industrial, automotive, bio-medical, mining applications and much more.

Being a part of the Ingenuity team presents a unique opportunity for creative and professional engineers to develop and deepen their skills. Our development team spans electronics, embedded, iOS, Android, Linux app, web servers, industrial and mechanical design and more.

Working alongside other experienced designers, Ingenuity supports team development and growth through mentoring, collaboration and training. Ingenuity also fosters an open environment where team members can personally contribute to the company’s development and success.

The Role

In your role as an Electronics Technician, you will play a crucial role in supporting our engineering team by executing tasks related to PCB assembly, rework, testing, and debugging. Working closely with engineers, you’ll ensure that electronic components meet quality standards and function as intended. Your contributions will be instrumental in the successful development and deployment of electronic products.

The role involves these key responsibilities:

  • Performing soldering and assembly tasks to build and modify printed circuit boards (PCBs) according to engineering specifications.
  • Conducting tests to verify the functionality of electronic components and systems and troubleshooting issues to identify and resolve faults.
  • Diagnosing and repairing electronic equipment at the component level, including replacing faulty components and conducting functional tests.
  • Sourcing or fabricating replacement parts for electronic systems.
  • Maintaining accurate records of work performed, including test results, repair procedures, and inventory management.
  • Ensuring all power and manual tools are operated in accordance with health and safety regulations.
  • Working collaboratively with engineers, technicians, and other team members to ensure the successful completion of projects and tasks.
Minimum Criteria
  • Must be authorized to permanently work in United States
  • Hold a relevant qualification or technical certification from a reputable education organization (e.g. Bachelor of Engineering)
  • All state and federally-mandated licenses
  • Excellent analytical and technical skills
  • Ability to perform a wide variety of electronics tasks
  • Willingness to continuously learn and improve your skills
  • Have excellent English communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team

Our Denver office is located in Golden. We provide workplace flexibility by allowing staff to work from home for part of the week.

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