Test Engineering Intern
Garmin - Salem, OR

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Position Title: Test Engineering Intern

Department: Test Engineering

Reports to: Quality and Manufacturing Engineering Manager

Job Status: Non Exempt

POSITION SUMMARY: Develop and support tests for electronic products and systems.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
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Develop software in Visual Basic, Assembly language, or other selected languages for GARMIN AT communication and navigation products.
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Test products by implementing and using in-circuit test fixtures, functional test fixtures, boundary scan techniques, test equipment, and signal simulators.
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Perform fixturing, documentation, and software releases into Manufacturing System.
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Perform maintenance and optimization activities for existing test fixtures and software.
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Confer with Design Engineers during the initial design phase to insure manufacturing test requirements will be met and to insure optimum fault detection.
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Analyze and interpret test data and prepare technical reports for use by engineering and management personnel to make product improvements for better fault coverage and detection.
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Prepare and maintain documentation to support the development of custom test fixtures that insures compliance with all regulatory requirements for testing.
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Research and evaluate new test methods in order to provide recommendations for productivity improvements in the testing area.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
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Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
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Completed coursework in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Engineering.
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Excellent academics.
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Experience, training, or interest in high level languages such as Visual Basic.
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Strong written and communication skills.
Job Operations
Primary Location USA-OR-Salem

Organization Garmin AT
Schedule Full-time

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