Nashua, NH 03060
3: 00pm to 3: 00am
Looking for Test Engineers to support the Integrated Test Engineering (ITE) organization. ITE is a rapidly growing discipline within the Engineering organization with the mission to reliably deliver customer-focused, affordable test solutions which are integrated across all levels of production test. If you are energetic, forward thinking, want to make a difference in the workplace and work on exciting projects, this is the role for you. You will use your ingenuity to develop and support production test solutions needed for our Electronic Warfare products. These test solutions will be developed for In-Process (IP), Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) and Acceptance Test Procedures (ATP) ranging from component to systems level analog, digital and RF products. For the first 3 months, you will fill a critical and immediate need for temporary support for our microwave factory for several modules in production. The work schedule during this time will be three 12-hour shifts (3pm-3am) on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Once this temporary support is complete, there may be an option to transition to a typical 1st shift schedule. In this role you will apply your skills to solve some of our biggest challenges for fielded systems including state of the art radar warning, electronic support measures, broadband electronic attack, and electronic protection. Help us in our mission as We protect those who protect us .
Required Hardware skills include: Solid knowledge of and familiarity with the use of test instruments (specifically signal analyzer, network analyzer and RF source)Skilled in test solution software and hardware integration. A solid understanding of the functionality and test techniques required for testing RF circuits Required Software skills include: Have a clear understanding of test architectures and software abstractionsWorking knowledge of how a test executive works and the workflow model of a test executiveUnderstanding the basic layout of test files and how a test executive uses themCapable of interpreting test results dataFluent in programming using Keysite-VEE and NI-LabView
Competent with design and performance testing of RF circuits/assemblies, Digital, Optical, or Analog circuitryHigh Level competency with NI software development tools: LabWindows / CVI and TestStand as well as LabWindows and Keysite VEEKnowledge of National Instruments TestStand Process ModelDesign of test adapters (Virginia Panel based integrated TAs, Cabled Fixtures, PWB Fixtures)Design experience with a variety of test standsFamiliarity with defense contractors or similar corporate environment
5 or more years work experience in test development environment Current Secret Clearance is required
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering or similar technologies or equivalent educational experience
BS in Electrical or Computer EngineeringAdditional InformationSecret Clearance is required Once this temporary support to the factory is complete, there may be an option to transition to a typical 1st shift schedule based on performance.