EMC Test Engineer

Ref No. BHN497415
Salary £30 - £45/hour
Location West Midlands, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6 Months)
Job Status Open


An exciting long-term contract opportunity has arisen for an experienced EMC Test Engineer to work for a leading Automotive Tier 1. Successful candidates will have hands-on EMC Test experience, setting up and running tests in (UKAS) test chambers.


EMC Test, Electronics. Setting up and running tests, UKAS Test Chamber, Safety Critical

The Job

This position is INSIDE IR35 for tax purposes

Job Title EMC Test Engineer/Senior Engineer
Pay: £30-£45 ph UMB

Due to mulitple roles candidates can also be considered on a permanent basis.

Job Description The Role
This position offers an opportunity for involvement in the validation and testing of a range of electronic
systems and products within Tier 1 automotive and aerospace businesses. It will involve working closely with internal and external customers, working to the highest standards and working in a responsive, customer-oriented environment offering plenty of variety.

What you'll do
- Setting up and conducting all types of EMC tests
- Making sure that test specifications are followed correctly
- Devising and carrying out non-standard tests to meet special requirements
- Recording product condition or behaviour during and after test
- Creating concise and clear test records
- Monitoring test equipment and reporting anomalies or faults
- Producing clear and professional reports as required
- Working closely with clients to understand and resolve EMC test failures through investigative
- Checking and calibrating equipment and test chambers

What we are looking for
- Educated to HND or engineering degree standard. A good understanding of Physics is important
- A thorough understanding of RF measurement principles
- EMC/RF experience (in the context of hands on testing and approvals/standards)
- Minimum 5 years practical test experience in a controlled test environment working to
Automotive/Aerospace test standards
- Familiarity with test, monitoring and control instruments
- Knowledge and experience of working to a recognised quality system
- Conscientious in attention to detail, accuracy and record keeping
- Computer literate - working knowledge of standard PC applications
- Experience of EMC aerospace testing to DO-160 is highly desirable as is experience of setting
up, conducting and analysing EMC aerospace lightning tests
- Ability to communicate clearly and to deal confidently with customers
- Willingness to work additional hours when required including a shift working pattern
- Ability to learn quickly and adapt to varying work requirements
- Knowledge/experience of calibration techniques

James Swift
manages this role


Related jobs


Back to top