EMC Test Engineer II

Troy, Michigan
Dec 03, 2023
Dec 10, 2023
Engineering, Test
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
The EMC Test Engineer II is responsible for planning, developing, and executing test campaigns according to specifications to ensure that systems and components meet reliability, customer, and governmental requirements. They will develop standard operating procedures, conduct complex or critical EMC testing, and compose/review EMC test reports. This role will address testing problems and perform thorough root cause analysis. The EMC Test Engineer will interact with customers, suppliers, and affiliates to coordinate testing, discuss test results, and investigate/follow-up customer concerns. They will also deliver presentations and participate in facility planning activities.

Major Duties/Responsibilities
  • Identifies/locates equipment required for testing and testing setup.
  • Conducts EMC testing in compliance with applicable industry standards, and/or customer test standards as required.
  • Maintains accountability for data acquisition systems and computing resources (Nexio).
  • Training and overseeing all testing related issues (setup sign off, equipment used or needed, problems with connectivity).
  • Compile data for OEM recognition updates
  • Generating evaluations sheets (DVP&R)
  • Cable loss, inputting calibration data into test system.
  • Reviews customer and internal technical specifications and lab procedures; recommends continuous improvement suggestions.
  • Perform system calibrations/SPC on BCI, CE, RI, RE and NFPT.
  • Maintain knowledge on EMC standards, test procedures, instrumentation, technology, and engineering service capabilities by internal training sessions, external seminars, and technical articles.
  • Participate in current/future ISO 17025:2017 certification activities related to lab equipment
  • Knowledge with ISO17025, GMW3097, CS 00054 and other automotive standards/specifications.
  • Detailed knowledge of test methodologies and test data processing in order to conduct basic testing and write reports which includes knowledge of emissions and immunity testing, such as radiated immunity, radiated and conducted emissions, electrostatic discharge test procedures (ESD), conducted immunity, etc.
  • Capacity to manage multiple projects and deadlines, as well as the ability to plan and organize, giving attention to detail, and follow-through.
  • Software automation knowledge.
  • Experienced in generating DVP&R's.

Location: Troy, MI

Pay Range: $100,000/year to $120,000/year depending on experience

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