The Test Engineer is responsible for determining how to create a process that will test a particular product in manufacturing and guarantee that the product meets applicable specifications. Test Engineer must have board level understanding of In-Circuit Test (ICT) such as GenRad and HP20xx series, Automated Optical Inspection (AOI), Automated X-Ray Inspection (AXI), and Design-for-Test (DFT) strategies to ensure test capability. Test Engineer must be able to understand a Functional Test manual and automated test strategies and transcribe them to a step-by-step instruction for the test operators and technicians. The Test Engineer must understand Reliability Run-in, Burn-in, and Environmental Stress Screen (ESS) test techniques and strategies. The Test Engineer supports the Test Technicians by ensuring they are able to understand schematics and theory of operations of a product.
• Test Engineer will report directly to the Test Manager.
• Test Engineer will be creating testing guides on product testing.
• Test Engineer will monitor and track test fixtures capabilities and yields.
• Test Engineer will ensure all PMs and Calibrations are current.
• Test Engineer will continuously search for opportunities for improvement within the test department.
• Test Engineer will communicate with the Program Managers and the customer to determine the best method of testing a product.
• Test Engineer will troubleshoot fixture or system failures and recommend a solution.
• Test Engineer will train Test Technicians on testing and troubleshooting a product, and other duties as assigned.
• Ability to write simple test scripts
• Ability to use computer applications such as Microsoft Office
• Ability to read schematics and use Oscilloscopes
• Good communication skills
• Ability to troubleshoot test fixtures and/or test systems
• Must be able to lift 35 pounds
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering (BSEE) with a minimum of 2 years of experience working in a contract manufacturing environment.