Electronics Systems Technician
Salary: $23.54-$28.74 hourly / $4,094-$4,998 monthly / Range:
DEFINITION: Under direction, installs, maintains, and repairs a
variety of video, audio, and electronic equipment; and performs
related work as required.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This class is distinguished from
Communications Equipment Technician in that Electronics System
Technician's work with equipment which does not require licensure.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: At various county departments, installs,
maintains and repairs audio, video, and electronic equipment such as
closed circuit television systems, television sets and monitors,
video studio equipment, CCD cameras, video recorders, paging
systems, public address systems, intercom systems, and electronic
control systems; tests and troubleshoots defective electronic
equipment and wiring using oscilloscope, voltmeter, ohmmeter,
vectorscopes, waveform monitors, pattern generators, and other
testing equipment; determines and orders parts required to repair
defective equipment; adapts existing electronic equipment to
specialized needs; adjusts equipment for most effective operation;
keeps records of work accomplished including creation and
maintenance of systems documentation.
1. Two years of experience in the maintenance, repair, and testing
of audio and video systems equipment; or,
2. a combination of training, education, and experience that is
equivalent to the employment standard listed above and that provides
the required knowledge and abilities.
Additional Qualifications: Possession of a valid California Class C
Knowledge of: basic electronics and audio and video theory; the
principles, methods, tools, and equipment used to install, test,
maintain, and repair electronic equipment; personal computers.
Ability to: read and interpret electronic and electrical schematic
diagrams; install, maintain and repair a variety of electronic
equipment; analyze defects and take appropriate remedial action;
effectively use tools and testing equipment to repair electronic
equipment; climb poles and ladders up to 50 feet in height; work in
confined spaces; work effectively with others.
Additional Information: Incumbents will work at the jail facility
and have contact with inmates; incumbents must pass a criminal
history evaluation; and will be required to travel throughout the