Seattle
Posted 2 months ago

IEH Laboratories, a leader in Food Safety, is now accepting applications for the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Positions at its facility in Seattle, WA.

The ideal candidate must be an Electrical/Mechanical Engineer with an interest in prototype engineering of scientific equipment and automation.

Electrical Position Qualifications:

• Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or other closely related field. (EE or CS degree is strongly preferred)
• At least 2 years of relevant experience
• Experience in electrical circuit and system design, and analysis with schematic software.
• Skills in hands-on rapid prototyping of consumer electronic products.
• Familiar with IEC, and FCC standards.
• Must be comfortable to take on a project from concept to production.
• Must be willing to learn and work in a team environment.

Mechanical Position Qualification:

• Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or closely related field.
• At least 2 years of relevant experience
• Solid (better than proficient) experience in 3D modeling
• Hands-on rapid prototyping experience is a must.
• Product design experience is preferred.
• Must be comfortable to take on a project from concept to production.
• Must be willing to learn and work in a team environment.

This is a full-time position in which the employee will be eligible for standard benefits after a brief waiting period. The laboratory operates weekends, so candidates must be willing to work some weekends.

IEH requires employees to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19 prior to or at the time of hire.

To apply for this position please access the company’s job posting at:
https://apps.iehlabs.com/applyatieh.html#61e8add5cb76194517aecad3

After navigating to the URL listed above, you will be asked to complete
optional self identification surveys and submit your resume and other
documents, such as portfolio, in a combined, single(1) PDF.

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