North Atlantic Industries Intern-Test Engineering in Bohemia, New York

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Intern-Test Engineering







Under supervision of a design or test engineer, help develop, implement, and streamline test fixtures and test procedures for Test Engineering and Integration and Production Test groups.

Essential Role and Responsibilities:

Working with test engineering and software development teams you will be part of performing the following tasks:


Develop test programs to verify functional operations of NAI products


Analyze existing product specifications, test requirements and circuit designs to determine appropriate test strategy


Analyze test data to understand the circuit performance and understand cause of failures.


Work with senior engineers to learn how to recommend necessary test equipment and fixturing


Work with Production personnel to test, diagnosis and repair failed production products.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:


Working towards Engineering / Technical degree, and currently enrolled to complete desired degree


Working knowledge of Analog and Digital Signal conversions and processing


Knowledge of general purpose test equipment, such as a scope and DVM


Analog circuit experience a plus

Language Skills:


Working knowledge of programming languages, such as C, C++, and C #

Other Skills and Abilities:


Must have good oral and written communication skills


Strong analytical and problem solving skills


Self-motivated, and possess a high degree of curiosity and desire to learn new things


Ability to take initiative and multi-task within a fast-paced environment

  • Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

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