Manufacturing Technician


Location: South Burlington, VT

Type: Full Time

Education: Bachelor's Degree

Experience: 1 - 2 Years

As a member of the Computer Production team, you are responsible for system assembly, testing and packaging our custom computer systems. You are expected to chime in with ideas for more efficient practices, how to drive cost savings and provide feedback to our in-house Engineering Team on future designs and functionality. In short, you make an impact on our products, our profitability and help us continuously improve as a company. This full-time, associate level role will join the South Burlington, Vermont based team.On an average day, you’ll…

  • Assemble Mini-ITX and other custom small form factor computer systems for various applications.
  • Assemble, validate and brand systems in a consistent manner to meet company and customer quality standards.
  • Run and monitor system testing and other quality control measures.
  • Hold self and team members accountable in a constructive manner to maintain productivity and achieve established goals.
  • Collaborate with other teams to continuously improve the efficiency of our production processes.
  • Support the testing and validation of new products for hardware, mechanical & software compatibility.
  • Metalwork and proper tool use.

The team you will be joining:

Our Operations team is responsible for building, testing, packaging and shipping OnLogic technology around the world. Their tireless attention to detail, and commitment to quality lets us boast about how reliable and configurable our systems are. Members of the Operations team cross-train on multiple disciplines to provide us with unparalleled staffing flexibility and the capability to react to any production demand. Always living up the way we work through continuous improvement and process optimization, Operations is where project plans and technical specifications become a reality. Roles on the Operations team include computer production, hardware testing, fulfillment services, supply chain management, product and process quality, production engineering and technical support.


  • You have prior experience building computer systems and working with hardware at the component level.
  • You have strong knowledge of computers and related components as well as working knowledge of current software applications and programs.
  • You have completed a technical/vocational high school education program and/or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related field or relevant work experience in a related field (strongly preferred).
  • You are able to lift 50 pounds.

Who we’re looking for:

  • You have attention to detail and focus on quality. Must be organized, with excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
  • You have knowledge of, or experience in lean environments a plus.
  • You have the ability to manage time and solid written and verbal communication skills.
  • You have the ability to pick up new processes quickly and efficiently, to effectively communicate, and hold yourself and others accountable are essential.
  • You have knowledge of, or experience in lean environments a plus.

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