We are offering an exciting opportunity to work for a company with technology developed for NASA's Mars program. We seek your experience in this highly technical field as we revolutionize clean energy. Together we will dramatically change the way that the world's energy is produced, distributed and consumed.
-Support electrical lab through managing inventory, equipment, safety, and general office management.
-Assist in system electrical layout and make recommendations on improvements.
-Create FRACAS (Failure Reporting and Cost Analysis System) entries as needed
-Make technical changes to hardware layout and administer using the ECO process
-Perform I/O testing on systems in order to ready for startup
-Bench test electrical devices such as power supplies, battery assemblies, and PCB's
Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
-High school diploma with training certification
-7 - 9 years of related experience
-Background in electrical lab work, wiring, and trouble-shooting
-Must be able to work from PID and wiring schematics
-Must be able to use electrical hand held devices such as DVM, and DMM's
-Will demonstrate electrical safety practices including Lock-out- tag-out
If interested, please apply directly to this posting.
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