T. D. Williamson, Inc.

  • Systems Technician Trainee, ILI

    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2018-10-17 10:14 AM)
    Position ID
    United States
  • Overview

    Under the guidance of engineering and/or qualified Systems Technician, train to proficiently assemble mechanical and electronic systems used in In-Line Inspection (ILI) equipment by following proper electrical and mechanical principles and practices using electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, software, and appropriate tools 


    ILI Tool Component Maintenance (50%)

    • Assists in the development, assembly, and testing of new design ILI tools and equipment,
    • Modifies electrical prototypes, parts, assemblies, and systems to correct functional deficiencies by fabricating or modifying parts, utilizing available tools and materials,
    • Utilizes mechanical drawings, wiring diagrams, and electrical schematics to prepare and assemble electro/mechanical parts,
    • Modifies, maintains/repairs, and upgrades ILI tools and equipment prior to field deployment, in accordance with established assembly and configuration procedures detailed for engineering test and/or customer requirements,
    • Utilizes appropriate forms and software to document new build, maintenance/repair, and upgrade histories of ILI equipment and sub-assemblies;

    Continuous Improvement (50%)

    • Acquires fundamentals associated with building, repairing, and maintaining TDW ILI Tool components,
    • Develops and applies the ability to implement approved safety procedures to ensure the personal safety of all parties involved,
    • Develops ability to respond to customer requirements (internal and external) and address problem-solving aspects of all TDW ILI Systems Technician tasks,
    • Develops the required experience, skill, and behavior competencies to become a TDW Systems Technician.


    • Associate Degree in Electronics,
    • Basic understanding of commonly-used concepts, practices and procedures within Electronic Technology,
    • General understanding of electronic digital and analog circuits and hardware, firmware and software used in data logging applications,
    • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot electro-mechanical devices using schematics and drawings,
    • Demonstrated mechanical aptitude and ability to safely and properly use hand tools and small power tools used in the fabrication of electro-mechanical devices,
    • Demonstrated soldering skills necessary for fabrication of wiring harnesses and electrical assemblies used in ILI tools,
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills,
    • Intermediate level Microsoft Word and Excel skill.


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