Electrical / Electronics Technician | Schlumberger

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Electrical / Electronics Technician

Sugar Land - United States

Job Summary:

The Electrical / Electronics Technician performs and supports routine and non-routine tests, data collection, and reports for electronic assemblies, as well as maintain and organize laboratory environment and equipment. 

Roles and Responsibilities: 

  • Works with responsible engineer and other technicians on the set up, conducting, and data reporting on routine and non-routine tests as required in support of the various projects. Collects, organizes, and prepares reports on data from tests performed.  
  • At the direction of responsible engineer, works to resolve problems relating to product design. This may include reviewing product file documentation, providing feedback to production drawings, or auditing manufacturing processes.
  • Assists in assembly or disassembly of laboratory or field test prototypes including processing necessary manufacturing and purchasing paperwork.
  • Familiar with repairing and reworking electronic board assemblies and test fixtures. Familiar with soldering operations of components on electronic board assemblies. Proficient in using and maintaining hardware test and measurement equipment such as, but not limited to multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, logic analyzers, data acquisition systems, etc.
  • Maintain and organize lab environment and work benches in laboratory. As needed, order and track shop supplied materials for solder stations, safety equipment, other lab consumables, etc. to keep lab functional. All items in lab should be stored/kept/organized in a designated place and correctly labeled. Track and maintain equipment in laboratory. Develop equipment calibration plans. Ensure that all equipment is properly classified, and that calibrations are up-to-date and not expired. As needed, schedule and handle equipment calibrations.
  • Manage, support, and organize all hazard/risk process documentation associated with lab. Support HSE, management, and internal lab audits of laboratory. Maintain MSDS binder to ensure that all chemicals are properly documented for lab use. Maintain regulatory database, as well as support physical and photo inventory of regulated equipment and/or assets.
  • Wear PPE, as required, and observe health, safety and environmental policies.
  • Successfully complete required safety training (including but not limited to forklift, drugs and alcohol, electrical, emergency response, fire, first aid, health and hygiene, PPE, SIPP, risk reporting, IT security, hazardous materials, driving)

Specialized Knowledge and Skills in the following areas:

  • Ability to read and interpret circuit schematics, wiring diagrams and assembly prints
  • Ability to perform electronic board assembly level troubleshooting to identify failure modes
  • Ability to perform electronic board assembly inspection and repairs
  • Ability to perform wire crimping and component soldering on electronic board assemblies
  • Ability to assemble electronic board assemblies, harnesses, and other components on Electronics chassis
  • Ability to troubleshoot and resolve problems associated with products and assemblies
  • Ability to perform continuity tests on completed assemblies
  • Ability to use common electronics lab equipment such as oscilloscope, multimeters, signal generators, logic analyzers, data acquisition systems, etc. to validate or troubleshoot electronics assemblies


  • Level of supervision required: Limited Supervision Required. Ability to work independently with minimum supervision on tasks provided by Engineers
  • Who does the job reports to? Electrical Engineer

Qualifications and Experience: 

  • Preferred High school diploma with two years of formal technical training
  • Minimum 1 – 3 years technically related job experience. 5 – 10 years experience preferred.
  • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship. 

SLB is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran or military status, pregnancy (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions), marital status, or other characteristics protected by law. We are an “Equal Opportunity Employer".  For more information regarding your rights, refer to the latest version of the "EEO is the Law" poster, the "EEO is the Law-Supplement" poster, and the "Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision" located here: https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm

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