Reliability Test Engineer
Location: New Berlin
Posted on: May 28, 2023
Leading global technology company specializing in sustainable
energy looking for their next Test EngineerThis Jobot Job is hosted
by: Jessica JohnsonAre you a fit? Easy Apply now by clicking the
"Apply Now" button and sending us your resume.Salary: $105,000 -
$115,000 per yearA bit about us:A leading global technology company
that energizes the transformation of society and industry to
achieve a more productive, sustainable future. By connecting
software to its electrification, robotics, automation and motion
portfolio, we push the boundaries of technology to drive
performance to new levels.Why join us?
- Full relocation package offered
- Competitive compensation
- Unlimited PTO
- Excellent Benefits
- Over 120+ years in business
- In over 100 countriesJob DetailsYour responsibilities
- Use various electrical and mechanical test equipment,
environmental chambers, motor dynes and control systems to perform
drive lifetime and reliability tests. Work with supply voltages up
to 600VAC and follow all safety requirements
- Collaborate with fellow reliability engineers, both locally and
globally, to design and share best practices for Accelerated Life
Test and Ongoing Reliability Test systems and fixtures
- Gather, generate, and share knowledge on physics of failure to
increase the local and global awareness of reliability. Use
knowledge of Arrhenius, Coffin-Manson, and similar age acceleration
factors to predict test run times and product lifetime. Analyze
test results with Six-Sigma or Weibull analysis techniques to
- Drive continuous improvement in the Reliability Laboratory
through shared learning, innovation of failure analysis techniques,
exploring equipment to support FA (Failure Analysis) and RE
(Facility Management) testing and staying up to date on new
technologies. Adhere to and encourage a safety cultureYour
- Bachelor degree in engineering with 5 years or experience with
design, implementation and performance of reliability tests,
including HALT (Highly Accelerated Life Test), ALT (Accelerated
Life Test) and ORT required.
- Experience with root cause failure analysis, design of
experiments, numerical data analysis techniques (Six Sigma) and
reliability prediction. Strong problem solving and troubleshooting
skills are required.
- Knowledge of AC (Alternating Current) motor drive/ inverter
functionality, experience with electrical circuitry and PCBAs
(Printed Circuit Board Assembly), thyristor and IGBT (Insulated
Gate Bipolar Transistor) control and power supplies. Knowledge of
control electronics and power electronics relating to motor control
and AC (Alternating Current) motor drives preferred.
- Experience writing test plans and implementing test software
via PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) programming language,
LabView and/ or data acquisition systems. Knowledge of moving,
storing, and manipulating test data over networks and databases
- Knowledge of testing at voltages from 208V-600V and a strong
motivation to put safety first. Experience with designing safety
features and interlocks into test systems with the goal of using
engineered controls to make the system "fool-proof" highly
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, energetic and
comfortable with self-directing assigned activities. Strong
initiative to complete projects, works well both independently and
in team environment preferred. Confidence to make recommendations,
able to gather and analyze data and present findings to the local
and global Product and Reliability Engineering teams preferred.
Ability to interface and exchange information with peers on global
Reliability Engineering teams and build strong working
relationships with these colleagues preferred.
- Candidates must already have a work authorization that would
permit them to work in the USInterested in hearing more? Easy Apply
now by clicking the "Apply Now" button.
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