Berkeley Nucleonics Needs an Electronics Technician
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November 11, 2019 - San Rafael, CA -
Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) is an established test equipment company having
served the industry for 55 years. With headquarters in San Rafael, CA, Berkeley
Nucleonics is looking for an Electronics Technician for test & measurement equipment
with component level experience. Job requires troubleshooting and calibration of
analog and digital designs, as well as some high voltage circuitry.
Reports to: Chief Technical Officer
Contract Term: Full-time
Compensation: Hourly Rate, Plus
Benefits Work Hours 7:00AM to 3:30PM (M-F)
Inspect, test, repair, calibrate.
Provide technical support to customers and sales staff.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Repair, test, and calibrate TTL Pulse and Delay Generators with considerable
analog circuits, RF signal generators, microwave receivers, spectrum analyzers,
some laser and high voltage work.
Provide technical support to customers through email and phone.
Must keep lab area clean and safe.
Qualifications, Ability, Education and Experience:
Detail-oriented and communicate clearly, as well as open to learning.
Excellent customer service skills.
Positive, professional demeanor and operates with a high level of integrity.
Able to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment with minimum supervision.
Must have problem-solving skills and must be able to read and understand electrical/electronics
Experience in working and troubleshooting skills to component level on both
Analog and Digital (microprocessors based) circuits.
Experienced on basic test equipment (DVM, oscilloscope, frequency counter, time
interval counter, spectrum analyzer)
Basic hand tool set including soldering irons and desoldering tools, tweezers,
cutters, pliers, Torque wrenches.
Proficient in Windows and Office software (Word and Excel).
Knowledge of microwave signals, pulse and delay generators, phase noise and
spectrum analyzers are a plus.
Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) is a leading manufacturer of precision
electronic instrumentation for test, measurement, and nuclear research. Our corporate
headquarters are in San Rafael, California, with additional manufacturing facilities
and sales offices located throughout the United States.
We maintain an international network of manufacturer's representatives - including
Optilas, Canberra Packard, ORTEC, Coherent, and Seiko - to provide for precision
instrumentation needs globally.
Founded in 1963 , BNC initially developed custom pulse generators. We became
known for meeting the most stringent requirements for high precision and stability,
and for producing instruments of unsurpassed reliability and performance. We continue
to maintain a leadership position as a developer of custom pulse, signal, light,
and function generators. Our designs incorporate the latest innovations in software
and hardware engineering, surface mount production, and automated testing procedures.
Our Model 625A function generator has been the recipient of several electronics
industry awards, including the Cahners Electronics Group's "T&M Product of the
Year" award for 1999.
BNC's innovative engineering has resulted in a highly regarded line of digital
delay generators (DDGs). To date, we have introduced 15 different DDGs with delay
resolution as low as 250 femtoseconds. Annual media surveys consistently rank us
in the top echelon of producers of DDGs.
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