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Engineering and Design

Test Automation Engineer - Mechatronics

United States, Illinois, Chicago

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Overview


As part of a diverse team of Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Software Engineers and others, the Test Automation Engineer will work to deliver new and innovative products to millions of athletes and cycling enthusiasts across the world.

Responsibilities


  • Collaborate with electrical, mechanical, and software engineers
  • Continuously improve test systems
  • Carry out and contribute to our test development processes
  • Work closely with lab technicians to validate and perform tests
  • Skills you will use and gain experience in as part of this role:
  • Testing of electro-mechanical systems
  • Developing software on a collaborative team
  • Working with an international cross-functional team.
  • May perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications


  • B.S. Degree in a field of Electrical and Software Engineering or 2 years towards a bachelor’s degree and 2 years of relevant experience
  • Familiarity with embedded hardware/software platforms
  • Ability to characterize product behavior and communicate results to support development
  • Ability to travel internationally 2-3 times per year, for 5-10 days each time
  • Python
  • Knowledge of bicycle mechanics
  • Robotics or Mechatronics personal projects

About SRAM


SRAM LLC is one of the world's largest suppliers of components to the bike industry. Established in Chicago in 1987, SRAM continues to promote cycling through its products, its advocacy, and its employees who are dedicated to improving the cycling experience. Today, SRAM employs more than 4,500+ employees, in 20+ locations, across 9+ countries. SRAM is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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