Electrical Engineer in Peachtree City, GA at Volt

Date Posted: 6/19/2019

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Job Description

Volt is looking for an Electrical Engineer for our client in Peachtree City, GA 

Scope and Competency Requirements:

PROBLEM-SOLVING/KNOW HOW: (complexity of problems and education/experience & other knowledge required) Four-year college degree in Electrical Engineering or an Engineering related field with a minimum of three (3) years of related experience. One (1) year experience in a manufacturing environment required. Must possess good understanding of various areas within main discipline. Must be capable of system level design work. Must be able to determine component requirements appropriate to test system. Knowledge of National Instrument Software, Visual Studio, C++ Knowledge of Automotive communications protocols Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Windows-based databases as appropriate to the position and assignment.

ATTRIBUTES/SKILLS: Must have the ability to function with multiple tasks and interface with other disciplines. Must be able to work with minimal supervision displaying strong self-motivation. Must have the ability to learn computer applications as necessary for the position. Must successfully complete any training or certification courses required to support or strengthen position. Must have the ability to read, interpret, and follow verbal and written instructions, work procedures and other related materials.

COMMUNICATIONS: Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must communicate appropriate information accurately and clearly as needed. Must have the ability to effectively and appropriately interface and communicate with a variety of individuals or groups on a frequent basis. Must be able to effectively and appropriately communicate with co-workers, customers, test labs, suppliers and others as needed. Quality Procedures: Review procedures, materials, or processes to assure compliance to all specifications and standards. Comply with and enforce all procedures and work instructions. Respond to quality and work issues and take corrective action as appropriate. Has the organizational authority to identify and segregate, as necessary, suspect or non-conforming material (for example components, saleable product, specifications, controlled documents, etc.) and to notify the appropriate authority (manager, etc.) for instructions.

Volt is an equal opportunity Employer