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RF/Wireless Test Engineer opportunity in Canada - RF Cafe Forums

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Post subject: RF/Wireless Test Engineer opportunity in Canada Posted: Wed Jan 12, 2005 3:36 pm
NEMKO is a leader in testing and certification services providing worldwide market access. With over twenty facilities worldwide, Nemko is well positioned to offer competitive Safety, EMC, Telecom, Wireless and Quality Management Services such as ISO Certification and Registration Services. Nemko is truly your “one stop shop” for global market access.

The Nemko head office is in Oslo, Norway. Own subsidiaries are established in UK, Germany, Italy, Finland, USA, Canada, Korea, Japan, China Mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan as well as partnerships in Sweden, France and Portugal.

Nemko Canada Inc. is seeking highly motivated individuals to work in our fast paced, team-oriented laboratory in the following areas:

EMC/EMI Test Specialist

Wireless Test Specialist

Job Responsibilities:
Perform testing to meet overall laboratory needs. This includes writing test plans, performing actual hands on testing, and documenting final results in a formal report in accordance with both domestic and international regulatory requirements. Engage in problem solving activities to address product failure/non-compliance issues. Develop test methods to comply with both regulatory test standards and customer specifications. This will also include automating these test methods to improve laboratory efficiency and accuracy. Develop and improve laboratory operational procedures and technical procedures to maintain ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

Requirements:
- Electrical Engineering Degree or Electronics Technology Diploma with at least 3-5 years of work experience in a compliance test laboratory.
- Work experience in a ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratory.
- Thorough understanding of test standards (both domestic and international).
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Strong computer skills (MS Word and Excel).

Please email your resume to the attention of Sim Jagpal, General Manager (sim.jagpal@nemko.com), no later than January 19, 2005.





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