Entry Level Quality and Reliability Engineer (2590) California Bay Area

·        Generates reliability test plans and executes them
·        Conducts functional and reliability testing on single and multi-link robots and controllers
·        Enhances robot performance using controls systems
·        Performs error code analysis and troubleshooting
·        Creates test scripts to automate test conditions
·        Collects test data, performs analysis, and presents findings
·        Troubleshoots electrical and mechanical failures and malfunctions and reports findings
·        Performs firmware regression testing, identifies technical issues, and works with software engineering to resolve
·        Investigates product failures, determines root cause, generates containment, plans and implements corrective actions
·        Designs, fabricates, validates, qualifies, and sets up test equipment, jigs and fixtures
·        Initiates CIPs and process improvement projects and completes them in alignment with org. vision
·        Implements/maintains 5S methodologies and lean practices in the lab

Required Skills:
·        Basic understanding of quality concepts and principles
·        Basic skills in scripting and programming in Python, C++, or Matlab

  • Must know scripting and interpreting code syntax
  • Proficient with instrumentation and computer tools for data collection (serial data loggers)
  • Must be able to multi-task, adapt to change, and work within a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required
  • Must be able to interpret engineering drawings and specifications
    Preferred skills:
  • Background in robotics and/or semiconductor equipment
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Laser Tracker operation
  • CAD
  • Strength to lift up to 50 pounds
    Years of Experience: 0 – 2 years of experience in Quality and Reliability engineering, data acquisition, and troubleshooting electro-mechanical systems
    Education: B.S. in ME, EE, IE, or Mfg. Engineering
    Travel:  Must be willing and able to travel domestically/internationally 3-5% of the time