Independently conduct on and off site
evaluation of products to determine compliance with applicable
standard(s). To do this, Project Engineer must:
Read and determine
applicability of national codes and standards clauses for the EUT
(equipment under test);
Read and understand
schematics and manufacturing instructions;
Validate the project
scope and sample applicability;
Under scope of the
project, identify and locate test instruments and equipment required for
Set up and operate
EUT; perform and document simple repairs on EUT as needed;
construction review; document results;
Perform testing of
products in accordance with standards. Core tests include, but are not
limited to: rating, leakage current, dielectric, temperature, pressure,
stability, mechanical hazards, flammability, abnormal and faults,
Supply information for quotes such as
length of project, site needed, rental equipment, samples, and standards
that will be used.
Complete preliminary design reviews (PDR)
both on and off site.
Provide more specialized
"expertise" in one product category, i.e., become reviewer,
resident expert, or obtain and maintain advanced product knowledge.
Develop and set up test plans.
Perform field labeling jobs.
Set up and operate standard test equipment
including, but not limited to: spectrum analyzer, oscilloscope,
multi-meter, dielectric strength tester, ground continuity tester, digital
multi-meter, surge generator, over-voltage tester, environmental condition
chamber, and articulated probes. Use hand tools to build/calibrate test
Follow sample handling procedures, ensuring
that sample is logged in and out of the system. Move equipment as needed
through the facility. Properly package sample for shipment.
Provide sales support such as attending
Communicate project status and test results
to client, sales personnel, and management throughout testing. Provide
on-going support to clients as needed.
Within policy guidelines, identify,
properly document, and recommend engineering judgments.
Perform other work as required