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Test and Systems Integration Engineer

  • Job ref:

    1169063/001_1559658565

  • Location:

    Billericay, Essex

  • Sector:

    Engineering

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £40000 - £50000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Hannah Pepper

  • Email:

    hpepper@cbsbutler.com

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Consultant:

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Test and Systems Integration Engineer

With expertise spanning the Commercial and Defence sectors, they pioneer industry-leading innovation and technology around the world.

Due to team growth, they are now looking to recruit a Test and Systems Integration Engineer to work alongside a team of engineers designing, documenting and verifying to develop the next generation of RF Power products and processes.

As Test and Systems Integration Engineer, your responsibilities will include:

+ Produce test procedures and verification plans

+ Follow test plans for electrical, mechanical and RF performance criteria to authorise components / product.

+ Calculate prototype designs of components sub-assemblies and systems

+ Recognise key risks and appropriate mitigation by developing effective networks with other team members and key support functions to drive a prompt resolution to problems.

+ Assist in supporting documentation capture so that new product introduction transfers to a production environment seamlessly.

+ Work with the development teams to identify bespoke test equipment requirements and assist/lead in the specification, quotation and design phases of the required implementation/deployment.

Skills and qualifications:

+ HNC / HND / degree in an engineering related subject

+ Understanding of high power electrical distribution, power electronics, inverters, high voltage techniques, RF systems and control management

+ Familiarisation with electrical, electronic and RF measurement techniques

+ Confident with risk assessment processes

+ Experience of electronic and mechanical assembly techniques