• Technician Sr, Product Validation Engineering

    Job Locations US-IL-Niles
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  • Overview

    Under minimal supervision of the Manager of Product validation and Reliability Engineering, the Sr. Product Validation Technician conducts electrical and mechanical validation tests on Shure and competitive products.  Writes test plans, documents tests results, conducts root cause analysis on failures, and works with product teams on solutions to problems.


    • Conducts electrical and mechanical product validation and evaluation tests on Shure and competitive product prototypes and production samples
    • Operates laboratory test equipment and audio sound system equipment to emulate field venues within the laboratory environment
    • Collaborates with product teams to write test plans and document results in a database.
    • Analyzes test results for root cause and pattern analysis.
    • Maintains the laboratory equipment inventory and scheduling with product teams.
    • Conducts physical prototyping, physical assembly, and disassembly of products


    • Minimum of 5 years of experience in electrical and/or mechanical product testing working on assignments requiring judgment and initiative. Completed a four-year apprenticeship program is preferred.
    • Knowledge of manufacturing processes
    • Experience with laboratory and test equipment including scripted automation of tests
    • Prefer a strong background in mechanical, electrical, or audio system debugging
    • Experience working on short-term (1 to 4 weeks) and long-term (3 – 12 months) projects.
    • Understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions.
    • Able to complete tasks in creative and effective ways, when necessary.
    • Ability to determine methods and procedures on new assignments with little supervision.
    • Experience working independently and within a group.
    • Good interpersonal skills.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


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