Designing better care.

Space designed for a purpose. We believe that better care starts with a better designed care environment.

Medical Equipment Manufacturing

Medical, Dental and Animal Health


Dayton, Ohio



Midmark is the only clinical environmental design company that enables a better care experience at the point of care in medical, dental and animal health. Our unique approach to designing all of our products and solutions revolves around a single idea: Harmonizing space, technology and workflows to enhance interactions between patients and caregivers. The result of this process is more efficient care and better outcomes—clinical, operational and financial. And what makes all of this possible? Our people. We are a team of more than 2,000 employees worldwide, all passionate about creating better care experiences. Our employees care about the people they work with and impact. From our colleagues and customers to caregivers and patients—both human and animal—through all of the clinical spaces we serve, what drives us is respect and gratitude.

The Opportunity

Electronics Engineer Technician

Dayton, OH
  • Overview

    The Electronics Engineer Tech position is responsible to prototype, test and troubleshoot PCBA and wire harness assemblies.  Assist electrical engineers with design elements and provide feedback based on testing performed.

  • Responsibilities

    Prototype, analyze, test and repair electronic circuit board assemblies and modules using multi-meters, oscilloscopes, soldering, and de-soldering equipment.

    Provide technical leadership and troubleshoot the component level on both through-hole and surface mount assemblies.

    Remove and place through-hole and surface mount components to IPC standards.

    Responsible for general lab organization, including ensuring equipment stays on its calibration schedule.

    Organize and conduct pcba, cable, system assembly verification testing.

    Create pcb components within Altium.

    Use design software (Creo Schematic) to help create wire harness assemblies.

    Maintain component lifecycle within Altium library.

    Ability to conduct EMC/EMI testing.

    Build prototype wire harness.

  • Qualifications

    Two-year technical degree in Electronics or 4 years of experience in a related field preferred.


    Altium or other ECAD software experience preferred

    Creo Schematic experience preferred.

    Knowledge of wire harness and pcba fabrication.

    General problem solving and troubleshooting skills.

    Ability to use multi-meters, oscilloscopes, soldering and de-soldering equipment.

    Ability to read and interpret assembly bills of materials, drawings, wiring diagrams, schematic drawings, and engineering instructions for assembling electronic units required.

    Basic computer skills required.

Building career-spanning relationships, from candidacy to organizational leadership, we provide access to the future of the Medtech and Pharma.