Johnson Controls, Inc.* Engineering Tech in Wichita, Kansas
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What you will do
The Electrical Engineering Technician position is a member of the Residential Controls Team that is part of the Ducted Systems Group for Johnson Controls that ensures our products meet not only the regulatory requirements, but also our customers requirements and expectations.' The position will be located in Wichita, KS.' This position will be expected to design test fixtures (hardware and software), build test fixtures, and test systems and/or embedded controls on those test fixtures and standalone bench tests.' This position will be expected to manage the systems and controls lab, which may consist of organizing and cleaning the lab, ordering parts, and working with both internal and external suppliers to manage the facilities.' This position will be expected to work with engineers and technicians both within and outside the team. 'Requires good communication and troubleshooting skills, and ability to work in a cross functional environment.
How you will do it
+ Develop advanced systems & controls: products, parts, specifications, circuits, etc. in a timely and effective manner to ensure quality, customers, and cost objectives are met.
+ Collects, analyzes and interprets data and designs circuits or components.
+ Performs accurate analysis of product performance and functionality, making appropriate recommendations as needed to improve product quality, performance, cost and reliability.
+ Participates as a member of a project team to ensure projects are completed according to the product development process.' This includes supporting the completion of assigned engineering requirements such as Design Review, Specifications, DFMEAs, Test Plans, etc.
+ Lead smaller scale projects and support larger scale projects under the guidance of the teams Engineers and Engineering Manager
+ Perform other duties as assigned.'