About the Role

Support engineering groups while working within the research and development of power electronics systems, including fabricating test setups, fixtures, cable harnesses, troubleshooting electromechanical issues in a high voltage lab environment.

About the Work

  •  Build electronic schematics, mechanical drawings, and plumbing diagrams or work from written / verbal instructions using little or no formally released documentation.

  • Familiar with test equipment such as oscilloscopes, DMMs, signal generators, power supplies, and other standards EE lab equipment.

  • Experience building, operating, and troubleshooting electromechanical assemblies

  • Familiar and comfortable with hand tools and some power tools. Knowledge of machine shop practices a plus.

  • Machine shop experience, knee mill, lathe, drill press, vertical and horizontal band saw, bench grinder.

  • Experience building high current, high voltage test fixtures, and knowledge of high voltage safety.

  • Fabricate cable harnesses, familiar with various connector types and crimp tools, automotive a plus

  • Navigate computer systems and software necessary to perform tests using programs such as Windows, Outlook, Word, Excel. LabView, Python, MySQL, Solidworks, CATIA, Altium a plus.

  • PCBA rework and soldering a plus.

About You

  • Degree in electrical/electronics engineering.

  • Strong skills in problem-solving, communication, personal effectiveness, quality and common sense, team player, organization, task management.