- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $32,820.00-$51,385.00 Yearly
This is the advanced level of technical electronic work in the repair, maintenance and installation of standard and special purpose electronic equipment.
An employee in this class works independently on assigned projects and is responsible for work in assigned areas on a 24 hour basis. Employees in this class assemble, install, modify, and relocate toll recorders, key box, traffic signal, recording equipment and other related electronic equipment. General supervision is received from a higher level Electronic Technician or other designated administrators. Work effectiveness is determined by the operational efficiency of equipment repair and maintenance projects assigned.
Employees in this class may be required to supervise and provide guidance and training to lower level technicians and other assigned maintenance personnel.
Repairs, maintains, tests, assembles and installs toll recording equipment, traffic detection, surveillance and signaling devices, intercoms, paging and public address systems, noxious gas analyzers, electronic clock systems, receipt printers, or other electronic equipment;
Installs detectors on roadways, poles and bridges (may require climbing, working from lift cradles and other equipment in high places).
Calibrates transmitters, checks for frequency deviations;
Replaces defective components, tubes, relays, capacitors, resistors, transistors, thermostats, solenoids, timers, pulsars, sequential counters, motors, neon and incandescent indicators and other related electronic equipment;
Uses power hand tools; Operates electronic test equipment for locating trouble in electronic components, traces circuits and checks cables, maintains electronic test equipment;
Keeps necessary records; May provide guidance and direction to lower level Electronic Technicians; Participates in the training of lower level Electronic Technicians;
Performs other related duties.
Knowledge of electronic theory and of the installation and testing of electronic equipment;
knowledge of the care and use of required manual and power tools;
Knowledge of applicable safety precautions.
Knowledge of repair practices concerning electronic components and circuitry and related equipment.
Knowledge of methods of design, construction, repair, and maintenance of electronic toll recorders, traffic signal and recording equipment, and other electronic equipment.
Ability to follow schematics,
Ability to use test equipment such as oscilloscopes and volt-ohm-amp meters in detecting and locating malfunctions; and to maintain such test equipment;
Ability to use necessary manual and power tools to install and repair equipment;
Ability to keep simple records;
Ability to make independent decisions.
1. Graduation from a standard high school or possession of a State high school equivalency certificate.
2. Successful completion of a formal course in electronics theory,practice and equipment at a recognized school in electronics, radio, or television repair.
Experience: Three years of experience in electronic equipment, radio, or television repair.
Note: 1. Applicants may substitute additional experience in electronic repair work or formal schooling in electronics, on a year for year basis, for up to two years of required high school education.
2. Candidates may substitute U.S. Armed Forces military service experience as a non-commissioned officer in Electronics Mechanic classifications or Electronics Mechanic specialty codes in the Electronic Equipment Installation and Maintenance field of work on a year-for-year basis for the required experience and education.
1. Some positions in this classification are assigned duties which will require the individual to be examined by a physician. After an offer of employment, applicants for such positions will be given a medical examination to certify the ability to perform the essential job functions.
2. Persons appointed to this position may, in some departments, be subject to call twenty-four hours a day in emergencies.