— . Develop test plans and perform EMC qualification testing in laboratory and in the field
— . Use specialized hardware and software to characterize electromagnetic environments
— . Perform EMI/RFI troubleshooting and noise mitigation
— . Travel 6 to 12 times per year for an average 4-day duration per trip to perform field service testing at national and international nuclear power plants
— . Prepare technical documentation
— . Perform other work as assigned by company management
— . Maintain an orderly and professional appearance
— A Bachelor or Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent and/or 5 years of directly related experience in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing and EMI/RFI troubleshooting.
— If you are looking for a gratifying Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC engineering or EMC technician job, then look no further. We have Several openings for both engineers and technicians due to growth and workload.
— You will qualify new Instrumentation and Control (I&C) equipment for installation in various nuclear facilities using NRC and EPRI, as well as solve EMC issues that arise during qualifications in order to ensure that customers can move forward with installation and implementation schedules.