Manufacturing Test Technician

Manufacturing Test Technician

RBC Medical Innovations seeks an ambitious and detail oriented Manufacturing Test Technician to join our Manufacturing team.   In this role you will be responsible to ensure the medical devices we produce meet test specifications by performing testing on printed circuit board assemblies and system level units.  Additional duties involve troubleshooting and solving issues with electronic and electro-mechanical assemblies.  RBC manufactures a variety of medical devices and ideal candidates can quickly learn new test setups, and enjoys working on varying products.  

RBC Medical Innovations is looking for extraordinary people who are passionate about creating solutions that help save lives and improve the quality of life.  We offer a work environment that is collaborative, innovative, challenging, inspiring and rewarding. 

About RBC Medical Innovations

RBC Medical Innovations is a cutting edge medical device design and manufacturing firm located in the Kansas City metropolitan area.  RBC partners with companies world-wide to design and manufacture life-saving medical devices to be sold into the healthcare marketplace.  The RBC culture is innovative, supportive and focused on delivering the best medical devices to our clients. 

Our employees are supported with a dynamic environment that provides the support of talented peers who believe in producing excellent work and a healthy work/life balance. To learn more visit our website at

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Test performance of printed circuit board assemblies and electro-mechanical assemblies using test instruments such as oscilloscopes, electronic voltmeters, test loads, and custom test fixtures
  • Utilize skills in electrical and electronic theory to logically troubleshoot electronic assemblies
  • Perform routine maintenance on custom test fixtures
  • Follow established procedures and protocols with attention to detail in both performing operations and recording results
  • Perform assigned work independently, and maintain a sense of urgency and ownership
  • Maintain a professional demeanor, appearance and work environment


  • Two-year technical degree related to electronics
  • 1-3 years of work experience
  • Familiarity with IPC or MIL PCBA inspection
  • Ability to read electronic schematics and diagrams
  • Proficient in probing board-level components
  • Proficiency with basic office computer applications (Word, Excel)
  • Familiarity of working in a Quality Controlled environment such as ISO-9000; Experience with Medical ISO-13485 a plus.
  • High visual acuity, the ability to distinguish colors, manual dexterity, and the ability to lift up to 30 pounds are required.

RBC offers great benefits, competitive salary and generous paid time off.