Lab Engineer within Mechatronics – integration and testing
Functional area: Research and Development
Company name: Atlas Copco Industrial Technique AB
Date of posting: Nov 27, 2023
Our solutions are a key part of most industries – electronics, medical research, renewable energy, food production, infrastructure and many more. Working with us means working with the latest technologies and groundbreaking, sustainable innovations.
Join us on our journey for a better tomorrow.
Play an important role at Atlas Copco Industrial Technique as lab engineer for the development of high-quality tools used by industry customers worldwide.
As a lab engineer, you are responsible for assembling and testing our prototypes and products. This is more than a hands-on role, as you are involved from the design phase to release of products to our global customers. You work in close cooperation with design, quality, production, and other functions within the organization. This is an exciting role for someone who has a passion for mechatronic systems and sound knowledge and experience of integration and testing.
Your main tasks:
Assemble prototypes and integrate modules together (mechanical, electrical and software).
Perform testing (safety, functional, performance, endurance at both component and system level) both in-house and at customer sites.
Improve and maintain lab equipment
Contribute to test and verification processes and documentation.
Provide technical guidance and support to colleagues within your area of expertise.
You report to Team Manager Mechanical Systems within our Mechatronics department, R&D.
City: Nacka, Stockholm. We have a hybrid workplace.
To succeed, you will need
You hold a master’s degree in engineering, or other relevant academic education, and have a broad technical knowledge in different aspects of mechatronic systems. You like hands on activities and have experience assembling and testing equipment, where several disciplines are integrated together (mechanical, electrical, software). You enjoy problem solving and troubleshooting physical hardware. You are a team player who wants to learn new techniques and working methods that benefit our customers and organization.