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Electronics Technician

Mason, Ohio

Job Category: Maintenance/Trades

Req ID 22785
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The Electronic Technician repairs, maintains, programs, and configures various pieces of electronic equipment used in the daily operation of a large theme park facility. This includes, but is not limited to, audio equipment, 2‑way radios, building automation controls, HVAC controls, signaling equipment, animation controls, show controls, and ride controls.

  • Repair, program, and maintain building automation systems (BAS), including an obsolete Andover system.
  • Repair, maintain, and program commercial audio systems, including IP‑based distributed audio systems, PA equipment, and animation audio systems.
  • Repair, program, and maintain 2‑way radio equipment.Repair and maintain Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), specifically Allen‑Bradley PLCs.
  • Repair and maintain a wide variety of electronic field devices such as photo‑eyes, proximity sensors, limit switches, micro‑switches, amplifiers, etc. as required.
  • Repair and maintain closed circuit cameras, supporting monitors and recording equipment.
  • Working at heights up to 300 feet.  Occasionally working in water.
  • Recommend equipment and vendors to keep up with industry trends and show requirements.
  • Review and communicate clear goals of lighting design projects with management.
  • Schedule adequate time with the Director for design execution.
  • Accomplish and supervise all lighting notes during tech and run of show or special event.
  • Generate and update additional lighting paperwork such as Instrument Schedule, Circuiting, and Patching for the light plot.
  • Provide system training and documentation.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

  • Demonstrable skills in soldering and general electronic repair.
  • At least two year's experience with one of the following: Programmable Logic Contollers (PLCs), Building Automation Systems (BAS), distributed audio systems, commercial audio systems, or 2‑way radio repair.
  • Solid grasp of the fundamental principles of electronics, including Ohm's Law, basic AC and DC circuit analysis, basic digital logic, and extensive knowledge of common electronic components and their uses.
  • Ability to effectively troubleshoot complex systems while managing multiple tasks and priorities.
  • Ability to read and understand a variety of technical documentation including manuals, schematic diagrams, drawings, labels, color codes, etc.
  • Ability to troubleshoot electronic circuits down to the component level.
  • Ability to work nights, weekends and holiday periods to meet business needs.
  • Driver's License
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