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Test Engineer

Населено мястоSofia grad, Bulgaria

Нивo на позициятаSpecialist

Дата на добавяне2022-04-19

ИндустрияEngineering and Technical

Test Engineer

The Adecco Group is the world's leading provider of workforce solutions. With more than 33,000 employees and around 5,100 branches in 60 countries and territories around the world, we offer a wide variety of services, connecting approximately 700,000 associates with our clients every day.
For one of our trusted clients, a company operating in the automotive industry, we are searching for Test Engineer.

- Identifies problems and do setup in Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) of finished products with integrated camera systems 
- Identifies problems and do setup in Automated Haptic (Mechanical) measurement systems 
- Identifies problems and do setup in automated electronic test equipment using measurement tools (e.g. multimeter, oscilloscope), as well as functional descriptions, drawings and company instructions 
- Takes part in external and internal acceptance and integration of test equipment for new projects in production 
- Updates technical documentation of the test and measurement equipment 
- Works in close relation with R&D, Manufacturing engineers, Quality Control department and external Test equipment producers


- At least 2 years work experience of relevant experience on a similar position
- Bachelor degree in Electronics or Automation
- Knowledge of NI Labview and/or TestStand will be considered as an advantage 
- Knowledge in montage techniques, measurement and test techniques 
- Experience with tests of touchscreen display (Central Information Display) is an advantage 
- Knowledge of computer programming is an advantage 
- Advanced knowledge of English, German will be considered as an advantage 

If you recognize yourself in the description, please send your resume in English.
Only suitable candidates will be contacted.
All applications will be treated in strict confidentiality.
Adecco Bulgaria has Recruitment license № 1814 / 08.12.2014