Electronic Technician (Sound Mechanic)
Are you an electronic-technician professional who, when visiting Disneyland Resort®, is like a “kid in a candy store?”
Do you wonder what it would be like to work on the electronics at “The Happiest Place on Earth?
If so, this may be your dream come true - to work on the fun and sophisticated electronics behind the scenes at Disneyland Resort®.
Full-time opportunities exist for Sound Mechanics (electronic technicians) to join the Disneyland Resort Facilities division. Successful individuals will be responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing the electronics, audio systems, and computer-networked systems associated with our world-famous attractions and facilities.
Those assigned to the Sound Mechanic (Electronic Technician) position are responsible for a variety of technical duties such as preventive maintenance and the troubleshooting and repair of electronic systems and assemblies.
(Local, Southern California applicants sought - NO RELOCATION OFFERED.)
The starting pay rate for this position is $26.51 per hour.
Schedule Availability - Availability to work Sunday through Saturday, any shift (1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift) including holidays, and must be open to any days off.
Skills and Experience:
- Technical electrical and electronics competence
- Ability to read and understand detailed instructions, blueprints, flowcharts, schematics, and engineering documents
- Acute troubleshooting skills including knowledge of high and low voltage with an understanding of the National Electric Code
- Ability to use common hand tools, meters, gauges and other associated test and measurement equipment
- Ability to use basic math
- Ability to differentiate colors
- Experience working on/around high-efficiency equipment (i.e. Lasers, Xenon Lamps)
- Experience with PLC preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair
- Animation troubleshooting and repair
- Ability to climb (some tasks as high as 200 feet)
Desired Skills and Experience:
- Applicable education in Electronics
- Ride-control experience desired
- Networking experience is a plus
- Experience troubleshooting and repairing amplifiers and transistors a plus
- Knowledge of projection and theatrical lighting equipment helpful
- Ability to work at heights of 200 feet using a safety harness is helpful
Ideal backgrounds include experience in:
- Maintenance of factory/production systems
- Avionics/navigation systems
- Audio systems
- Television or radio repair
Those assigned to the Mechanic-Sound position are required to attend an annual Hearing Conservation training class and Lead Awareness class. They are also required to submit to an annual audiometric exam and a semi-annual Lead/Zinc blood test.
Keywords: electronic, electronic technician, component-level troubleshooting, soldering