Electronics Technician 1

Company Name:
Indiana Department of Corrections

Hire Salary: Annual salary of $28,314

Job Description :
The Electronics Technician 1 is responsible for highly technical electronic work at the Madison Correctional Facilities, including fire alarms, security technology systems, MATV system and CCTV system. Includes maintenance and repair of the facility's electronic equipment such as computers, industrial controls, transmitters, antennas, servomechanisms, and electromechanical devices.

Aligns, adjusts, and calibrates equipment according to specifications; applies knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to diagnose cause of malfunction; checks all requisitioned parts and supplies to ensure quantity, quality, and specifications; ensures the proper functioning and maintenance of the facility's fire alarms, security systems, electronic locks, MATV system and CCTV system; ensures all electronic systems meet regulatory laws and complies to ACA standards and departmental policies/procedures and directives; ensures all safety standards and precautions are followed; estimate needs for projects; follows blueprints and manufacturer specifications using recommended hand tools and test equipment; installs electronic and telecommunication equipment as required; inspects grounds, buildings, and equipment to assure proper operations; maintains record of repairs, calibration and tests; performs preventive maintenance to established programs; performs related work as required; repairs electronic equipment such as computers, industrial controls, transmitters, antennas, servomechanisms, and electromechanical devices; repairs television, distance educational equipment, and VCR's; replaces defective components and wiring and adjusts mechanical parts using hand tools and soldering irons; schedules work, maintains work orders, progress reports, and time records; tests electronic components and circuits to locate defects using oscilloscopes, signal generators, ammeters, and voltmeters. Works with the facility's System Analyst and/or Maintenance staff whenever appropriate. Ability to plan and estimate proposed projects in terms of equipment, labor hours, costs and security implications; ability to perform the duties of a skilled electronics technician; ability to work under emergency conditions; ability to successfully complete all required training and certifications; ability to test negative on all drug tests; ability to abide by the Department's Standard of Conduct and all behavior expectations; ability to work within a culturally diversified environment; ability to adhere to the Department's Dress Code and grooming requirements; ability to accept supervision and constructive feedback; ability to effectively communicate both orally and written; possesses positive role model habits; possess specialized knowledge of practices, methods, standards, and maintenance of electronic and telecommunication systems; possess thorough knowledge of electronic equipment, calibration and testing equipment; possess thorough knowledge of occupational hazards, safety precautions, and regulations of the trade; possesses motor coordination skills; possesses general intelligence and aptitude; working knowledge of applicable Department of Correction policies and procedures; working knowledge of basic street slang and security threat groups; working knowledge of, and ability to perform, approved self-defense techniques.

Preferred Experience:
Experience - 5 years full time experience in the repair and or maintenance of electronic components and equipment substitution -- each 2 years of High School education may substitute for 1 year of the required experience, each year of accredited full time training in an electronic or technical school in electronics may substitute for 1 year of the required experience. High Voltage Experience. Prefer Licensed Electrician. Overhead Power Line Experience, Transformer Replacement Experience preferred.

Additional Comments:
All applicants will be required to complete and pass _a pre-employment_ Criminal and Employment Back Ground _Check_ , drug test and the Diana Screen prior to an offer of employment with _the Indiana Department of Correction_ Juvenile System.

The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.

Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job ID: 586615
Apply Before: 2014/07/20
Location: Madison
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Agency: Madison Corr Fac
City/Country/St: Madison, Jefferson County, IN
Salary: $28,314.00

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