Electrical Test Engineer in Farmingdale at Curtiss-Wright

Date Posted: 7/17/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Opportunity | Electrical Test Engineer

Curtiss-Wright has a great opportunity for an Electrical Test Engineer to provide engineering support by performing qualification tests on aerospace products, supporting verification of internal design specifications, and improving on advanced automated and manual test systems throughout the Sensors division.

Your Challenge

  • Plan and perform work requiring a thorough knowledge of electrical/electronic and mechanical theories and principles, writing detailed test specifications and reports.

  • Support qualification testing by generating test plans and carrying out tests using in-house or outside test equipment and or facilities if required. Travel both local and national will be required. Some travel to our Mexico plant may also be required.

  • Support engineering design of experiments and learn design techniques from our chief design engineer.

  • Failure analysis by teardown may be required to get to the root cause of malfunction. Must be very detailed in trouble shooting process by accurate record keeping and detailed photos of process

Your Expertise

  • 4 year technical degree preferred, will consider accredited apprenticeship program or the equivalent in a technical field

  • 2-3 years of proven experience in the electrical/electronics fields; strongly preferred within an aerospace environment.

  • Experience generating formal reports with government agencies preferred.

  • A thorough knowledge of electrical/electronic components and equipment, including the use of special instruments for diagnostic purposes.

  • Willingness to travel periodically both within the US and to Mexico

  • Ability to speak Spanish is a definite asset.

This position may require exposure to information which is subject to US export control regulations, i.e. the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of U.S. regulations.