Kelly Services Engineering Technician II (Automotive) in Fargo, North Dakota
Engineering Technician II (Automotive)
1 year W2 contract with possible conversion
Develops and evaluates new technologies or methods (mechanics hydraulics algorithms software etc.)
Plans and executes engineering work for product validation and verification of significant parts of major projects or complete projects with well defined objectives. Responsible for problem identification and resolution corrective action tracking reliability analysis and verification/validation test plan development.
Is a member of a product/project team.
Provides guidance on test procedures to engineers and support personnel.
Designs schedules and performs field and/or lab tests to validate new product designs. Analyzes complex test data draws conclusions and summarizes reports acting as liaison between the Product Verification & Validation (PV&V) dept and product engineering. Performs analyses of customer data (i.e. warranty Dealer Technical Assistance Center (DTAC) customer satisfaction surveys Early Detection Problem Resolution (EDPR)). Plans and performs analytical and experimental work to obtain undefined operating loads and/or develop new test procedures. Gives work direction to test operators. Assists in developing and coordinating changes to product definition documents. Coordinates problem identification activities and tracks corrective action progress.
Onsite Position, candidates must be willing to relocate to be onsite from day one.
REQUIRED EDUCATION: A.S. in Electronics or a two-year technical diploma, equivalent military certification or equivalent experience
• Required: Minimum one year of related experience in electronics, manufacturing, or engineering
• Preferred: Three or more years of related experience in electronics, manufacturing, or engineering
Possess effective written and verbal communication skills, enabling correspondence with internal departments, vendors, and customers
Working knowledge of personal computers, spreadsheets, and word processing
Understanding of manufacturing processes and electronic components
Possess a thorough understanding of diagnostic tools and methods e.g., multimeters, etc.
Hands-on experience troubleshooting to identify root cause
Maintain necessary product records and documentation
Ability to assemble and disassemble products
Ability to maintain lab equipment
Ability to perform mechanical work
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Perform mechanical lab setup and equipment maintenance.
Troubleshoot defective lab equipment and provide required maintenance as needed.
Assemble and disassemble electric motors, test rigs, and lab equipment.
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About Kelly ®
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Kelly is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce and providing accommodations for people with disabilities in all parts of the hiring process as required under its Employment Accommodation Policy. Kelly will work with applicants to meet accommodation needs that are made known to Kelly in advance.