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Electric Test Technician

Plattsburgh, NY

Full Time

About the Company

Fuji SEMEC is a company based on human values. With over 30 years of experience designing, manufacturing and refurbishing electromechanical systems and subsystems for the public transportation industry. By joining our team, you will work with a great group of employees! What makes us stand out is our unique expertise and our family culture. We have the advantages of a small business with the vision and the means of a large company!

Benefits of working for us

What we offer:

  • Permanent, full-time position

  • As an essential service, we work at least 40 hours per week, with occasional overtime

  • Competitive benefits program after 3 months 

  • Competitive salary, based on experience

  • Summer hours from memorial day through labor day

  • Calm and mostly quiet working environment

Effective after 45 DAYS of service you are eligible for :

  • Individual health benefits paid 75% by the employer

  • Family health benefits with varying % paid (single parent plan available

  • Dental benefits

  • Vision benefits

Effective after 3 months of service:

  • We contribute 2% to a simple IRA plan regardless of employee contribution (equivalent to an automatic 2% increase) after 3 months of service

  • Ally health (tele-health) service that is free for employees

  • Short term disability – paid by employer

  • Life insurance – Paid by employer

  • Access to our Aflac service

Other benefits:

  • 12 paid holidays per year

  • The mandated NY sick leave may be used as personal time (floater days)

  • Minimum 10 days of paid vacation after first year of service

About the Role

Together, let’s open the doors to the future.

In collaboration with our team, you will be responsible for testing and debugging various products such as door operators, DMCUs, DCRPs, and other related tasks.


  • Setup and test the performance of door operators, DMCUs and DCRPs (or other items requiring testing) using assigned equipment, per print specifications and work instructions, via computer interface.

  • Code C+ when necessary

  • Rewire different aspects when required

  • Run diagnostics

  • Read blueprints, schematics, diagrams, or technical orders to determine methods and sequences of testing.

  • Load and control associated software on equipment.

  • Demonstrate command of all established Standard Operating Procedures.

  • Inspect, test, and adjust completed unit to ensure unit meets specifications, tolerances, and Work Instruction requirements.

  • Schedule priorities or check with the Production Manager for clarification.

  • Communicate effectively within and between departments to successfully resolve equipment questions, irregularities, and determine solutions

  • Inspect equipment for quality control standards and complete appropriate documentation.

  • Analyze and record test results and prepare written documentation.

  • Operate basic hand and power tools.

  • Maintain a neat and clean work area.

  • Contribute proactively to a team-oriented, continuous improvement environment.

  • Follow all safety and PPE requirements per established company policies.


  • Ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong with an assembly/subassembly

  • Code C+

  • Knowledge of electrical wiring

  • Work well both independently and as part of a team

  • Post-secondary diploma in a related field, or relevant experience

  • Have neat and legible handwriting

  • Have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. throughout the workday

  • Computer proficiency in a Windows environment

  • Meticulous with an outstanding attention to detail

  • A strong understanding and demonstrated usage of electro-mechanical applications for a wide variety of equipment is desirable.

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