Test Engineer II 29497-1

Test Engineer II 29497-1

Job Title: Test Engineer II 29497-1Duration: 12 Months (W2 Possible Conversion) Location: Fremont, CASummary:The main function of a test engineer is to research and test the design, functionality and maintenance of products, equipment, systems and processes and develop quality standards. A typical quality engineer has the ability to read and interpret blueprints, and evaluate product integrity and standards.Display Module Equipment EngineerAt Meta AR/VR Hardware, we’re developing the future of Portal, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) products. As a Display Module Equipment Engineer, you will be a member of our Display Hardware Team, taking a lead in validating OLED display lifetime and working with current and evolving ecosystem to provide differentiating capabilities to our HW platforms. You will be a part of a tight-knit group of highly talented engineers at the forefront of the innovation for Meta HW products (AR/VR, portal etc.)Responsibilities:? Burn-in test equipment setup from scratch? Leading for burn-in chamber equipment quality problem troubleshoot? Risk assessment and qualification on abnormal equipment operations? Quality plan definition, alignment and execution for control plan, correlated inspection, reliability qualification and monitoring plan, quality reporting, traceability etc.? Monitoring burn-in equipment for risk assessment and improvement? Place an order of burn-in module equipment and proceed purchase order? Communicate with other department and vendors for equipment design and placement order? Work on-site every day Skills:  ? Good knowledge of display module or test equipment (chambers)? Experienced in electrical equipment issue troubleshoot? Familiar with failure analysis and corrective actions on abnormal equipment operations? Experiences on Display aging equipment? Excellent verbal and written communication skills? Excellent cross-functional teamwork skills? Six Sigma BeltProgram using Python, Matlab, C++ (at least one language 

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