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Test Engineer II

September 21st, 2012

At The Talley Group, we specialize in the recruitment of engineers and related staff for clients ranging in size from small firms to Fortune 500 companies.

We are currently seeking three Test Engineers (levels I, II, III) for Everett, WA.  These are direct placement opportunities with a stable organization offering a competitive salary range, outstanding benefits and relocation assistance.  The ideal candidates should have a strong working knowledge of analog systems.

• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (EE, EET). 3-10 years technical experience in manufacturing and systems design.
• Understanding of analog and digital circuitry design. Strong analog experience is the key for this position.
• Written and verbal communication skills.
• Project management skills.
• VB, Java, LabView programming languages.
• Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving techniques.
• Test system design and execution.
• Metrology and systems design

• Design new production test systems for company products. Responsibilities will include: coordinating, performing, and documenting tests which cover performance verification, TUR analysis, hardware and software design, process metrology, resource management, DFT, and working with design teams adhering to cost, schedule, and performance objectives.
• Support the needs of sustaining engineering in the transition of new products from NPI engineering into manufacturing. The engineer will be responsible for the continuous improvement, robust systems design, yields, productivity, and sustainability of test systems. Documentation and training for sustaining engineer on all new test systems.
• Provide engineering support for production to achieve quality, cost, and delivery goals.
• Propose and implement design changes to improve product performance and manufacturability.
• Management of cross-functional team to assure that test systems are delivered on schedule.
• Perform analysis of alternate components; recommend alternate components or design changes.
• Review and evaluate new product design to determine calibration specifications, functional and/or environmental test requirements.
• Data analysis to determine root cause and corrective action to help drive quality initiatives
• Direct the work of other engineers, and perform other related duties as assigned.
• Occasional travel.
• Provide leadership and input to the design team.

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Engineering Opportunities in the Pacific Northwest

September 29th, 2011

At The Talley Group, we specialize in the recruitment of engineers and related staff for clients ranging in size from small firms to Fortune 500 companies.

We currently have two opportunities for experienced engineering professionals in Washington state. Could you be the person we’re looking for?

Test Engineer

In this role, you will plan, design and implement procedures for the test and evaluation of new and existing products. This will include determining calibration specifications and functional and/or environmental test requirements including equipment, fixturing and facilities.

You will use your strong troubleshooting skills to identify the root cause of problems and design countermeasure issues and drive improvements in quality, productivity and cost.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, along with 2+ years of hands-on circuit analysis and analog skills.

This job is located in Everett, WA, 25 miles north of Seattle on Port Gardner Bay. With a lower cost of living than Seattle proper, Everett is the county’s largest city and the area’s center for economic development, with a strong focus on technology, life sciences, electronics, aerospace and service-based industries.


Network Engineer

In this role, you will design and manage network devices and services, including routers, switches, remote access devices, Wireless Access Points, security appliances and VoIP.

Your daily activities will include configuring and maintaining a complex, multilayer switched and routed network; maintaining network routing protocols such as OSPF and BGP; and configuring, testing and maintaining LAN/WAN equipment.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or equivalent.

This job is located in Moses Lake, WA, about 200 miles east of Seattle, a boomtown for manufacturing & technology that has retained its small town charm, low cost of living and recreational opportunities.

Whether you want to live in a major metropolitan area or enjoy the slower pace of Central Washington state, could either of these be the opportunity you’ve been looking for?

Contact us today to find out more!

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