Electronics Technician

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 3 months ago

Install new vending machines, Squadron access devices, DAC access devices, POS devices, time keeping equipment, computers and other equipment. Installation includes circuit design, assisting with wiring infrastructure installation, and various troubleshooting and testing procedures.

Make sure all vending locations, door access equipment, time keeping equipment and parking access are running correctly and communicating with the CSGold campus card system or Jantek time keeping system. Provide preventative maintenance on the above mentioned systems. Communicate with Physical Plant, Telecommunications, and University Police to research any access problem and correct it.

Keep necessary parts ordered, stocked, and inventoried to insure a minimum of down time. Keep up to date on new equipment and tools and provide recommendations to supervisor on equipment upgrades. Monitor use of equipment to ensure proper usage.

Associates degree in electronics; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.



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