• Test Technician

    Job Locations US-IN-Muncie
  • Overview





    Continetnal Inc is looking to hire a Test Technician in Muncie, Indiana. 




    • Perform visual inspections to verify compliance to safety and operational requirements of the 
    • Vehicle (check fuel lines, pipe fittings for leaks, cable routings)
    • Perform functional tests to verify operation of the vehicle, and customer options
    • Work with live high voltage and control voltage on AC and DC circuits and compressed air and engine systems
    • Complete mechanical, electronic, electrical and pneumatic testing as required
    • Calibrate and use electronic and mechanical equipment.
    • Technical knowledge to detect a deficiency with written skills to record deficiencies in an easily understandable manner and the expertise to repair the deficiency (if required)
    • Need to have electrical / mechanical experience with the ability to troubleshoot problems using schematics and other test engineering specifications. Functional understanding of  electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic systems. Ability to read and understand mechanical/electrical/pneumatic/hydraulic schematics flowcharts.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills required to document non-conformance.
    • Required to do physical labor, fixture set-ups, using cranes and using impact guns. Ability to meet the physical requirements of the position
    • Need to have experience in a high voltage environment, computer knowledge/Electronics and a working knowledge of test equipment
    • May be required to work outside in adverse weather conditions
    • Required to work various shifts



    Educational Requirements:

    BSEE or BSME or BSMET or related degree


    Or equivalent experience

    Preferred Experience:

    • Six Sigma Trained
    • Work background in low volume highly engineer product environment
    • Electrical and Mechanical and Weld knowledge




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