A. PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Under general direction, to provide technical assistance in the assembly, repair, and maintenance of a variety of electronic devices and equipment including audio-visual, electronic, computer, communications and test equipment; and to perform related work as required.
B. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
The Electronics Technician II class, in addition to having the basic duties and responsibilities as the Electronics Technician I, maintains the two-way radio communications systems which requires an FCC license and may act in a lead capacity with incumbents in the Electronics Technician I class.
C. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
(Individual positions may not perform all of the duties listed nor do these examples include all responsibilities of positions in this class.)
* Assembles, installs, repairs, adjusts, and maintains a variety of television equipment, intercommunication systems, public address systems, computer systems, electronic testing and measuring devices, and similar electronic equipment and accessories;
* Recommends, designs, installs, and maintains burglar alarms, intercom systems, fire alarms, clock and PA systems, mobile pagers and DC remotes;
* Assists in the maintenance of two-way radio communications systems;
* Repairs, overhauls, and performs necessary maintenance on a variety of audio-visual equipment;
* Operates electronic equipment;
* Conducts periodic inspections of intercommunication systems and public address systems;
* Performs feasibility studies and develops cost estimates for school communication systems;
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C. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (Continued)
* Maintains comprehensive service records of equipment repair and preventive maintenance;
* Keeps stock records of parts and equipment.
D DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Knowledge of:
* Electronics and electrical theory and practices;
* Proper procedures, tools, materials, and equipment used in the repair, overhaul and maintenance of a variety of television, electronic, and audio-visual equipment;
* Basic computer and micro-processor operation;
* Safety precautions to be observed in the maintenance and installation of electrical equipment.
2. Ability to:
* Design and construct basic electronic components or equipment;
* Perform skilled work in the installation, repair, maintenance and adjustment of television, audio-visual, and other electronic equipment;
* Lift heavy electronic equipment;
* Operate electronic measuring instruments;
* Read and draw schematic diagrams;
* Maintain records;
* Follow oral and written directions;
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D. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
2. Ability to:(Continued)
* Work cooperatively with others.
3. Education and Experience:
Completion of basic electronic school or apprentice program, or formal courses in electronic theory. Varied experience in the repair, maintenance, and testing of equipment incorporating electronic and electromechanical equipment.
E. LICENSE OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Possession of a valid California Class 3 Driver's license;
In addition, for the Electronics Technician II class: possession of a valid FCC license for service and maintenance of two-way radios.
Approved by the Governing Board: 2/5/85
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