Arrow Electronics Production Tech in Reno, Nevada
Production Technician I
The EAD Technician performing various technical roles, including set up, testing, and data security of IT assets and peripheral equipment.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Perform set up and testing of IT equipment and components with software programs
Perform set up and data wipe; perform audit verification of data wipe
Perform minor troubleshooting on units missing hardware using established test equipment and procedures
Prepare and assemble product as well as identify non-conforming issues
Analyze symptoms displayed by unit to determine pass or fail status
Maintain system transactions and paperwork that validate the processing and disposition of material
Enter assets in the system with the correct specifications
Perform minor repairs on equipment
Process units, determine asset cut lines, de-manufacture unit classes
Ensure quantity, quality, and accuracy of production levels
Maintain a safe work environment by following established safety procedures
Maintain organization, cleanliness, and 5S standards within facility and daily workspace
Collaborate with team members, leads, and supervisors to contribute to facility-wide production & quality goals
Other duties as assigned
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)required
Associate degree preferred or A+ certification
1-3 years of relevant work experience
Ability to identify basic IT devices including, PC’s, laptops, HDD’s, printers, networking, monitors
Intermediate level unit testing experience and ability to monitor multiple systems at a time
Ability to identify system test failures and apply above average knowledge of computer hardware
Proficient knowledge of MS Office applications
Excellent communication and organizational skills required.
Strong attention to detail and be able to work well in a fast paced environment
Able to stand and walk for a full 8 hour shift
Able to lift up to 50 pounds continuously
Ability to work overtime as needed and be flexible with shift changes.
Ability to safely load, transfer, and unload pallets and skids.
Ability to safely use material handling tools and equipment.
Ability to read and write English; ability to read and understand written work instructions
Ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism at all times.
Physical functions required to perform this job include lifting, pushing, pulling, bending, transporting, sorting, piling and stacking. Activities are routine and repetitive in nature.
Reno (Value Recovery)
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