L3 Warrior Sensor Systems is a global leader in the development and production of advanced night vision and electro-optical technology and systems for the U.S. military, federal agencies, public safety and sporting communities, and international markets. As part of L3 Technologies, Inc., and its Sensor Systems Business Segment, Warrior Sensor Systems consists of leading and complementary military and commercial divisions: Insight Technology, Electron Tube Operations (ETO) and EOTech.
L3 Insight Technology is located in Londonderry, N.H., 50 minutes from Boston, MA, 45 minutes from the Seacoast, and 45 minutes from the White Mountains. Londonderry is a close-knit, vibrant community that provides its residents, families and businesses with efficient services, inviting public spaces, a top-tier school system, easy-access airport and diverse options for housing, recreation and transportation. These qualities attract industry-leading, global companies that are drawn to Londonderry’s educated work force, access to commercial transport and superior quality of life. New Hampshire is a sales-tax-free and income-tax-free state.
All positions provide competitive salary, 9/80 work schedule, generous Paid Time Off (PTO), 12 paid holidays, health, dental, disability and life insurance, flexible spending accounts, tuition assistance, and an opportunity to participate in a matching 401(k) plan.
As a member of our technical staff, you will be part of an engineering team in a challenging, fast-paced company where cutting edge designs become production reality. The successful candidate will be responsible for the assembly and testing of tools and test stations used to manufacture the products we sell. The candidate will work with the engineer to develop a test protocol, execute the test and document the results.
As a member of our technical staff you will be part of an engineering team in a challenging, fast-paced company where designs become production reality. L3 Insight has a first shift opening for an Electro-mechanical Technician in the Engineering Equipment Group. The successful candidate will possess hands on skills both electrically and mechanically. The primary responsibility will be to assembly and wire custom test equipment. The candidate will also need to troubleshoot and repair equipment as necessary. Skills to include wiring, soldering, basic circuit design and debug, as well as using hand tools and power tools to fabricate and assemble equipment. Responsibilities also include specifying and ordering materials and components as necessary. The candidate will need to have the ability to read mechanical drawings, electrical schematics and bills of materials. The candidate must be proficient with Windows operating system and Office programs. Both independent and team centered skills are essential. The successful candidate is a driven professional and detail oriented.
Assemble and or fabricate equipment following mechanical and electrical drawings or minimal instruction.
Test equipment following test plans and document results.
Set up, troubleshoot and repair equipment.
Specify and order material and components as necessary.
They may also assist staff in the operation and alignment of lasers and imaging systems .
3-5 years minimum job experience and/or 2-years technical school for electrical or mechanical related education.
Skills, Knowledge, and Certifications
HS diploma minimum. 2-years technical school preferred.
Ability to safely and effectively use hand and power tools.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.
US Security Clearance Required : None
: Day - 1st
: Yes, 10 % of the Time
: Division - Insight-21000010
: Individual Contributor
: Nov 14, 2018, 12:24:26 AM
: Engineering Support-Multiple Functions