Product Testing Engineer
Publishers Clearing House - Port Washington, NY

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Publishers Clearing House (PCH), headquartered in New York City and Port Washington, NY is a multi-channel direct marketer of value-based merchandise, magazines and promotional offers and a leading provider of digital "play and win" entertainment. PCH is looking for a recent engineering graduate to work as a Product Testing Engineer to test consumer products.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Check and perform function tests on the products submitted by our Product Sourcing team, focusing on the safety and/or documentation requirements
  • Review inspection report results from the factory and make decisions whether to accept hold the shipment
  • Review inspection results from the warehouse and resolve non-conformances
  • Update vendors/manufacturers about missing documentation to move a product forward
  • Update database regarding products checked for future references
  • Revise company QC procedure
  • Respond to QC inquiries by vendors, sourcing department, warehouse, customer service, etc.

Required Skills/Experience:
  • Recent college graduate with degree in Engineering required
  • Technical experience with knowledge of product testing requirements
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word and Excel
  • Strong attention to detail, ability to prioritize and work effectively in fast-paced environment

Join our winning team and apply today!

Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter online at www.pchjobs.com or by emailing pchres1@pch.com

This is a New York based position; Candidates must reside in the tri-state area.

PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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