Engineering Technician Level 4



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Up to USD0.00 per year

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Branch Information

Milwaukee Engineering - (USA) 100 Manpower Place WI Milwaukee , WI 53212



Job Description

Supports engineering activities such as design, test, check-out, modification, fabrication and assembly of prototype electromechanical systems, experimental design circuitry or specialized test equipment. Applications include analog, digital and power electronic systems.

Independently works from schematics, diagrams, written and verbal descriptions, layouts, and defined plans to perform testing, checkout, and trouble-shooting functions.

Performs test set-up, qualification and agency certification testing, and data capture for test reports with minimal supervision and guidance.

Uses test, development, and diagnostic equipment, including, but not limited to, oscilloscopes, current and voltage probes, waveform generators, spectrum analyzers, and specialized test apparatus.


* Expertise working with high voltage (240V, 480V, etc.)

o Experience with safe work practices in a high voltage laboratory

* Meet company physical job requirements for laboratory work and equipment handling

o 8 hours on feet and moving around workcells, repeatedly lift 35 pounds, bend and form heavy MCM wire

* Proficient with the use of instrumentation, measurement techniques for voltage and current

o Oscilloscopes, voltage probes, current probes

* Experience with MS Office tools for creation of test reports and presentations, and data capture


* Works independently on assignments requiring considerable judgment and initiative. Understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions

* Perform component, subsystem, and product testing, evaluating performance per specification

* Maintain and learn new technological skills so that they may be appropriately applied in product test or to development processes

* Utilize and interpret the following test and development instrumentation: Digital oscilloscopes, voltage and current probes, tachometers, power supplies, signal generators, spectrum analyzers, EMC analyzers, surge generators, and partial discharge testers

* Shall understand and practice laboratory procedures for the safe and efficient use of electronic instrumentation, electrical power, rotating electrical machinery, and general laboratory cleanliness

* Writes reports, test plans and other related or supporting levels of documentation

* Assist others in the accomplishment of development programs, from evaluating design concepts through experimentation and prototype development including engineering documentation

* Use ordinary hand and power tools to construct and fabricate prototype circuits, sub-systems and systems commonly found in a power electronics industry

* Learn and use SW tools to interface to and control the operation of a variable frequency drive (VFD)

* Troubleshoot, solder components and repair printed circuit boards

* Compose well written, legible, and accurate notes of experiments, including a summary on interpreting test results and recommendations

* Learn and use software tools such as SAP

* Travel to off-site facilities in greater Milwaukee area for EMC, shock and vibration testing for product qualification and certification