Volt Workforce Solutions Test and Verification Engineer in Ankeny, Iowa
Test and Verification Engineer in Ankeny, IA at Volt
Date Posted: 5/14/2018
Employee Type: Contingent
Location: Ankeny, IA
Job Type: Engineering Disciplines
Duration: 68 weeks
Date Posted: 5/14/2018
Job ID: 109887
Contact Name Volt Branch
Volt provides highly skilled contingent workers to local, national and international clients in all major industries. Volt has over 60 years of experience and is a leader in the industry. We work with many of the Fortune 500 and 1000 companies to provide workforce solutions.
Capitalizing on knowledge and innovation, comprehensive resources, and technology, Volt provides top talent to the many thousands of clients across the globe. Over 60 years of unwavering focus on the issues of workforce management have gained us a reputation of being one of the most knowledgeable and accomplished strategic workforce partners in business for clients and candidates alike.
We have a talented and upbeat staffing team focused on the quality of your career. As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our employees.
Volt has an opportunity for you to become part of a prestigious team of professionals. We are seeking a Test and Verification Engineer to work onsite at our client’s facility in Ankeny, IA. This is a contingent position expected to last 1 year.
Refine and improve V2Net test procedures for sprayer components or system design activities in conjunction with design engineers and performance engineers.
Design and develop test fixtures and procedures as needed, working in collaboration with design engineers and test mechanics.
Execute these test activities and work proactively around obstacles which are preventing progress.
Keep management informed of test status and be transparent about major issues that surface.
Compile data into a form that can be easily interpreted and is meaningful.
Use Ncode ICE-Flow (Glyphworks), TCE, InField and Excel to accomplish data manipulation.
Document test conditions, machine configurations and instrumentation setup so that tests are repeatable and external factors can be considered during data review.
Create standardized test procedures and edit them as necessary when new technology and improved methods are developed.
Schedule and lead test reviews to share results with product engineering and management.
Provide formal, thorough reports summarizing test results and conclusions.
BS in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering with PV&V experience acquired through internships equivalent work experience.
Must be able to quickly learn/understand the basic principles of PV&V systems and be able to use this knowledge to test and troubleshoot.
Must be able to provide leadership and work direction without direct reporting authority while working with the wage shop.
Good understanding of Excel and other software tools to analyze and manipulate data.
Strong technical writing/communication skills in order to effectively summarize information within reports and create/edit standardized testing procedures.
Travel (up to 15% in the field each year) to TX, CA or Brazil.
Familiarity with Creo is recommended in order to independently design fixtures for lab testing purposes.
Experience with simple PLC programming, test automation and controls like Raspberry Pi’s, Arduinos, Velocios, Impellors or Picocontrollers.
This position is located in Ankeny, IA. Candidates must be able to relocate to this location at their own expense.
Submit your resume today!
Contact Erica at 515-346-3152 for immediate consideration.
If you do not meet all the qualifications of the position listed here, please be sure to go to http://jobs.volt.com to see the other positions we have available that you may qualify for.
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