Electronics Technician

Job Locations US-TX-Austin
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


We have an immediate opening for an Electronics Technician to troubleshoot and repair complex LED and wireless systems on the manufacturing line. You will use your skills to analyze defects in real-time occurring at each line, document your findings and escalate issues as necessary.  This role requires hands-on experience using various hand and power tools to test and analyze system components and circuitry. To succeed in this position, you should also be able to build and document complex troubleshooting guides and have strong computer skills. You should have a strong understanding of manufacturing quality and process improvement


  • Work as a part of the quality department to enhance first-time manufacturing quality.
  • Repairing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electronic components and systems.
  • Ensuring all power and manual tools are operated in accordance with health and safety regulations.
  • Liaising with supervisors to discuss work schedules and time and material cost estimates.
  • Estimate damage and calculate the cost of materials.
  • Provide training and supervision for new technicians and apprentices.
  • Performing equipment demonstrations, drawing up training manuals, and creating troubleshooting guides wherever required.
  • Test system functionality and analyze data.
  • Interpret drawings, training manuals, and instructions to perform duties.
  • Following written, verbal, and telephonic instructions.
  • Collaborate with engineers and other cross-functional teams on technical tasks.
  • Attend regular training workshops and provide reports to the supervisor.


  • Associates degree in electronics, electro-mechanical technologies, or similar with good academic standing OR 5+ years of demonstrated relevant experience
  • Competency in repairs, electronic circuit testing, troubleshooting, and manufacturing at the component level. Be able to identify root causes and develop corrective actions.
  • Hands-on experience with electronic testing and circuitry.
  • Familiarity with working with various tools and equipment (E.g. Oscilloscopes).
  • Strong technical computer system (hardware & software) knowledge.
  • Set up test equipment and test electronic products using established test procedures and schematics.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Good hand-eye coordination and physical dexterity.
  • Sound knowledge of health and safety regulations.
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure.
  • Excellent written, verbal, and telephonic communication skills.
  • Great interpersonal skills.
  • Willingness to learn and accept constructive feedback.
  • Passion for Electronics.

At Ketra, we are transforming the way we experience light. We believe that the light we live under as we work, play, and sleep should be natural. From our home base in Austin, Texas, we are building the most advanced technology for beautiful light – from the proprietary semiconductor in each light to a complete re-imagining of the user experience. The lighting industry is changing, and we are leading the charge.

After a decade of developing our innovative lighting technology, Ketra was acquired by Lutron Electronics in 2018. Pairing Lutron’s history as an established leader in lighting controls and shades with Ketra's product offerings brings new and exciting possibilities to both brands and our customers.

Lutron offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and a dynamic work environment. We also offer continued growth through increased job responsibilities, courses offered through Lutron University, and advancement opportunities. For more information, view our websites at www.ketra.com and www.lutron.com.  EOE/AA.


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