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Test Engineer

Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities: Electrical and mechanical aptitude with the ability to design, fabricate and wire electrical control panels and test fixtures Troubleshoot and repair circuit boards and electronic assemblies to the component level Write comprehensive documentation on tester hardware and software designs Develop work instructions for system users Provide troubleshooting support to engineering and assembly teams on products and processes Evaluate warranty and customer quality claims Work with suppliers on incoming quality issues Collaborate with product development engineering team on new product launches Other duties as assigned Education & Experience Requirement: Bachelor of Science in Electrical or Computer Engineering  -OR- Electrical or Electronic Technology degree with 2 years experience -OR- 8 years equivalent working or military technical training experience. Preferred Skills & Abilities Fundamental understanding of electronic circuits with the ability to read and prepare electrical schematics Technical role with at least 2 years in a manufacturing environment Familiarity programming in C Familiarity with LabVIEW test software and printed circuit board layout software a plus Familiarity programming and using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's) Familiarity at AutoCAD and/or Solidworks and Microsoft Office Applications Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Good communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at any level Good organizational skills Strong problem solving ability A self-starter with the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously REQ14045
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