Computer Integration Sustaining Engineer


Location: South Burlington

Type: Full Time

Education: No Ed Requirements

Experience: 1 - 2 Years

As a full-time member of the Engineering Team at our South Burlington, Vermont location, you will help ensure the consistently high quality of our products as we scale up and take on larger and more complicated projects.

You understand what it takes to put high-performance electronics in custom mechanical enclosures, you ideate and drive continuous improvement projects, identify root cause of failures, provide input to the design of new systems, and more! A primary goal of this role is to reduce downtime and minimize sustaining costs.

You prioritize and execute simultaneous responsibilities with the support of your team. This is a chance to use your knowledge, skills, and experience to make a lasting impact on the future and scalability of our company.

On an average day, you’ll…

Collaborate cross-functionally to solve highly technical challenges in the computer, electrical, mechanical, and/or software engineering disciplines.

Use your analytical mindset and problem solving skills to identify system- and component-level root cause(s) to complex problems. You do this through hands-on debug, collaboration, and thorough engineering analysis.

Act as a liaison between internal teams, primarily production (manufacturing) and Engineering groups.

Champion an organized approach with a strong sense of personal responsibility, and hold yourself and others accountable.

Prioritize project activities in alignment with company goals and hold team members accountable.

Leverage your ability to quickly and efficiently learn new processes and technologies.

The team you will be joining:

Our Engineering team creates our cutting edge industrial computers by finding innovative solutions on a daily basis. The Engineering team’s success relies on collaboration, creative thinking, and a commitment to being at the forefront of technology. Roles on our Engineering team include, Electrical, Mechanical, Applications, Validation, and Regulatory. Learn more about¬†Life at OnLogic.


You have experience integrating high-performance electrical and mechanical components into reliable systems and debugging when things go wrong.

You have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering; or years of relevant work experience in a technical environment.

You can speak to your success working across several teams in a matrixed environment through problem solving and personal leadership.

You bring a natural curiosity and the ability to conceptualize, analyze, and plan projects with superior aptitude for managing expectations and shifting priorities.

You demonstrate sound engineering judgement and possess the ability to reconcile multiple points of view, concepts, and requirements when designing Corrective Actions and other solutions.

You demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization.

You successfully handle multiple projects and prioritize as needed in a fast moving environment.


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