Lockheed Martin Corporation
The Test Engineer Associate develops test procedures and conducts electrical tests for RF electronic / microelectronic circuit boards, slices, subassemblies, and assemblies for military and commercial satellites. This is an entry level position. Required to support build and test efforts on occasional weekends, off shifts, and holidays.
Req ID 405174BR
Job Code/Title E1571:Test Engineer Asc
Course work or demonstrated experience in electronics with emphasis on RF / microwave systems.
Space Systems Company
83Q3A00:ATLO - Test Serv Prod Test
4 yr and up College
Relocation/Housing Stipend Available
9x80A-9,9,9,9,8 hrs/d in wk1, /9,9,9,9,off in wk2
9231 Corporate Blvd.
Maryland United States
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