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Electronic Technician, Walt Disney World


"It takes people to make the dream a reality.” Walt was on to something when he said that, and it continues to ring true today. No matter the stage in your career, being a part of Walt Disney Parks & Resorts means being a part of a team where you help bring innovation to life through unsurpassed products, services and most importantly remarkable experiences.
Full-time opportunities exist for Electronic Technicians to join the Walt Disney World Facilities division. Successful individuals will be responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing the electronics, audio systems, and computer-networked systems associated with the world-famous Walt Disney World Resort® Attractions and facilities.
ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities of an Electronic Technician include performing corrective maintenance on a wide variety of electronic systems used for ride-and-show control. Basic Qualifications

  • Recent experience - and excellent understanding of power-distribution systems up to 600 voltsAbility to set up and troubleshoot VFDs (variable-speed-motor controllers), PLCs, and audio-control devices
  • Experience performing preventive and corrective maintenance on lighting systems, AC/DC motors, relay logic, hydraulic and pneumatic control circuits, and closed-loop servo systems
  • Ability to demonstrate skills with associated electronic test equipment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Maintenance of factory/production systems
  • Avionics/navigation systems
  • Radar
  • Audio systems
  • Television or radio repair

Experience troubleshooting and repairing:

  • RF circuits
  • Power supplies
  • Computer-circuit cards

Other desired qualifications:

  • Ability to solder new components onto PCBsTechnical electrical and electronics competency
  • 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 differentiate colors
  • Experience working on/around high-efficiency equipment (i.e. Lasers, Xenon Lamps)
  • Animation troubleshooting and repair
  • Experience with ride-control systems
  • Networking experience
  • Knowledge of projection and theatrical lighting equipment

Preferred Education

  • An Associate’s degree in Electronics or equivalent experience

Additional Information©Disney is an equal opportunity employer. Drawing Creativity from Diversity
KEYWORD: WDW Casting WDWCASTING WDWMaintenance Area Ride & Show Tech WDW Area Ride & Show Tech

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