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The successful candidate must have experience performing tests on various electronic components and have the ability to interpret and follow standard test methods (MIL, ASTM, etc.), customer purchase specifications, internal test procedures, work instructions, technical schematics, and engineering drawings to perform testing on products in production as well as qualification units and prototypes for risk mitigation. This includes mechanical/fluid test setups, electrical test setups, data acquisition equipment, thermocouples, transducers, controllers and control loops etc.

Testing types include but are not limited to:
• Shock and Vibration
• Thermal Shock and cyclic testing
• Humidity Exposure
• Impact
• Hydro-static leak testing
• Degree of enclosure testing
• Flow and pressure drop testing
• Salt Fog

Will collect and document detailed digital test data and related test setup information in an organized manner. Will maintain calibration of all related test equipment.
Must be able to work in noisy, hot or cold work areas on a daily basis. Prior experience using hand tools, power tools and manual machining equipment preferred.
High School Education is required. Associates degree preferred or previous related experience preferred.

**Must be US Citizen

An Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.