Technician II

Technician II Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Technician II to join our team.


  • Participate in the collection of field data to support ecological, early warning system, and livestock grazing studies;
  • Assist with manufacturing to alleviate manpower shortages;
  • Perform other related duties as required;
  • Measure, cut, strip lead wires or cables, using small hand tools;
  • Performs a variety of production pass-fail testing on assemblies;
  • Manually solders surface mount and fine pitch components using a variety of fluxes, solders, and solder pastes;
  • Participate in field days, experiments, and off-site field data collection;
  • Evaluate and analyze results of field data;
  • Performs manual through-hole assembly and PCB repair for both through-hole and SMT assemblies;
  • Prepare equipment and maintain inventory of supplies for field data collection;
  • Provide GIS and/or mapping support for field data collection;
  • Enter data into databases and perform quality control on the data;
  • Soldering;
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor;
  • Maintain the manufacturing work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.


  • Existing knowledge of general tools;
  • Must be detail oriented with a “think outside the box” mentality;
  • Good communication and computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Office applications);
  • Criminal background checks are required;
  • 2-5 years’ experience in a testing technician or assembly environment;
  • Ability to communicate engineering information effectively;
  • Valid driver’s license, available to travel to various off-site locations;
  • Ability to work independently, resolve issues and manage multiple tasks and priorities;
  • Prior experience in the testing of medical device products;
  • High school graduate or equivalent;
  • FDOT CTQP Concrete Batch Plant Operator Qualification;
  • Mechanical aptitude (i.e. hands-on ability to test);
  • Ability to rework and solder SMT/Thur hole components, build cable harnesses;
  • Prior experience working on FDOT projects;
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as assembly procedures, engineering drawing instructions, testing protocol and equipment procedures.