Under direction of the Chief Mechanic Body & Facility, the Mechanic Electronics Technician performs highlyskilled preventive maintenance, diagnostic and repair activities on a variety of electronic equipment such as fare collection systems, electronic destination signs, digital security camera systems, GPS tracking systems, PLC systems, network communications gear, passenger information displays, and ticket vending machines in support of a large vehicle transit bus fleet. Must be available to work Day, Swing, or Graveyard shifts. Performs additional related duties as required.
Knowledge of: Principles, practices, and methods used in the installation, testing, maintenance, and repair ofelectronics systems. Digital and analog electronic circuit theory and practice. Occupational health and safety rules and working practices applicable to this position.
Skills or Ability to: Use hand and power tools common to the electronics repair trade. Use test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment common to the electronics repair trade, including oscilloscopes, digital volt ohm meters, ammeters, signal generators, frequency analyzers, etc. Read, understand and apply complex technical repair information, including maintenance manuals, wiring diagrams, schematics, ladder charts, and technical service publications. Communicate clearly both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain cooperative, effective and productive working relationships with those contacted in the performance of duties. Perform computerized data entry and basic business office technology functions such as email, spreadsheet lists, and word processing.