As part of our Engineering team, you will help ensure the quality and functionality of OnLogic’s portfolio of products by leading the definition and implementation of our next-generation Test Strategy.
You will improve our existing validation and testing coverage for internal development projects and COTS product offerings. You will work globally and cross-functionally, primarily engaging with the Electrical, Mechanical, and Applications Engineering teams. You will support multiple concurrent projects.
At first, you will focus within the product development cycle; conceptualizing approaches, implementing tests, analyzing and sharing results, and creating thorough documentation along the way. Over time, your responsibility may expand to encompass the full lifecycle of our in-house designs. Your hard work will create a scalable approach to testing the boundary-pushing hardware you work with each day and will directly impact OnLogic’s competitive position in the industrial PC market.
Some of your responsibilities include…
Engage the Product Manager to understand what features and performance are expected for a new product to be successful in the market.
Author a test plan, including resource needs and schedules, for a new product, ensuring adequate coverage is achieved.
Execute your test plan, ensuring identified tests (e.g. signal integrity, standards compliance, DC-to-DC power rails, thermals) are run and results are logged.
Deeply understand designs to evaluate tests, remedy test failures, and provide quick feedback to improve performance.
Automate tests which can be automated.
This is you:
You have extensive experience validating systems made up of electrical and mechanical components, including evaluation of power rails, digital signal integrity, and thermals.
You have a mind for continuous improvement, an eye for DfT, and enjoy regularly sharing your knowledge with a cross-functional team of people equally excited to enhance products and processes.
You leverage your understanding of how the product will be used to ensure components come together to produce useful systems.
You have a history of being viewed as a leader in groups.
You exhibit a superior ability to prioritize concurrent tasks, manage your time, communicate project milestones, and execute to a plan.