Siemens Industry is looking for an Electrical Test Engineer for their Pomona, CA manufacturing facility. This person will perform electrical testing on power distribution products of 600V or less. This position is critical for maintaining quality of highly custom and complex products. The role will report to the engineering manager and will have no direct reports.
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Siemens Smart Infrastructure connects energy systems and buildings to adapt and evolve the way we live and work through high-profile construction and infrastructure projects such as airports, pharmaceutical plants, data centers, stadiums, universities, military bases, and hospitals.
We live and foster an ownership culture, in which every employee takes personal responsibility for our company's success. We trust and empower our leaders to act as owners, direct their teams, and innovate to succeed. We communicate openly and honestly to learn from our failures and celebrate our successes. We recognize individual and team achievements frequently. We invest in our team members, offering a wide variety of internal and external development opportunities.
What you will be responsible for:
- Test and Inspect Low Voltage Switchboards and Panelboards to applicable standards
- Use multi meter and electrical theory to verify power readings and circuit design to ensure proper wiring and operation.
- Use Hipot, test cart, hand tools and various other tools to aid in testing.
- Use specialized software for testing/inspecting when required (i.e. Siemens WinPM, Step 7, MicroWin, WinCC Flexible,SAP, etc).
- Perform inspections/audits of electromechanical assemblies
- Maintain and input records or reports related to testing/inspecting activities
- Assist in training other engineers and employees as required.
- Participate in best practice sharing with other facilities.
- Maintain and improve test procedures and documentation.
What you will need:
1. A minimum of a 2-year technical degree.
2. Experience in the engineering or testing of power distribution equipment
3. Experience testing and troubleshooting PLC’s
4. Knowledge of power distribution components is required (Breakers, relays, communication devices)
5. Experience in a fast-paced production environment
6. Effective written and verbal communication skills
7. Strong work ethic with a focus on exceeding customer expectations
Not required but will put you ahead of the pack:
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar strongly preferred
1. Knowledge of prevailing codes and standards (UL891, UL508, NEC)
2. Experience with VBA programming or other similar languages
3. Proven track record of innovative thinking and process improvement
4. Lean manufacturing or Six Sigma
Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States without need for current or future employer-sponsored work authorization.
Organization: Smart Infrastructure
Company: Siemens Industry, Inc.
Experience Level: Early Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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