Richmond, British Columbia

Electronics Hardware Test Engineer

Electronics Hardware Test Engineer
Richmond , BC

In this role you will be a part of a talented team of electronics hardware test engineers and will perform tests in the lab and document the results. You will have to be comfortable working with high power AC/DC power converters, interacting with large Li-Ion batteries, AC/DC loads, various test equipment such as scopes, power meters and data loggers as well as being able to ramp up and learn how SE solar products work.

We are looking for a positive, self-assured, and motivated person with a strong desire to work in an exciting, fast-paced, team-based collaborative design environment to help us develop next generation technologies to empower and connect our products to each other and to our customers.

What will you do?

• Test PV products
• Interface with the Engineering design team on performing design verification tests
• Wire test setups, utilizing equipment such as grid simulators, PV simulators and data analyzers
• Assists in the development of test processes and procedures
• Conduct tests, analyze test data, and write test reports to record performance and provide data to support product compliance with internal and external customer specifications and applicable third-party standards
• Assist in the upgrade and maintenance of lab equipment
• Support manufacturing and reliability in the testing of products and the verification of second source components

What qualifications will make you successful?

• Diploma/degree in Electronic/Electrical Engineering and at least 5 years of test engineering experience.
• Experience with performing tests at a system, subassembly and board level.
• Experience with testing in an Engineering design environment
• Working knowledge of test equipment: DVMs, Scopes and power analyzers, etc.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Strong troubleshooting skills at the system, subassembly and board level.

Highly Desired

• Experience with test processes and safe work practices used in high power AC/DC systems
• Experience with AC/DC power converters such as Inverters and/or Chargers.
• Power electronics background
• Experience with using environmental test chambers and associated tests (thermal, THB, etc.)
• Proficiency with any programming languages (C++, Python, etc.)
• Skill with using mechanical hardware tools and equipment: drill press, milling machines, band-saws, etc.
• Knowledge of PCBA manufacturing
• Proficiency in PCBA rework (ie. soldering and de-soldering thru-hole and SMT components)

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