Manufacturing Test Engineer - 22010135

  Location: United States

Job Title:       Manufacturing Test Engineer              

Department:  Manufacturing      

Region:         Sunnyvale, CA                                                              


Quanergy Systems is a publicly held (NYSE: QNGY) technology company based in the Silicon Valley. We are leading the development of 3D LiDAR sensors and smart sensing solutions for real-time 3D perception. Quanergy is disrupting LiDAR technology, and accelerating the growth of IoT ecosystems with more affordable, better performing and smaller LiDAR sensors. across the globe. 


Passion, dedication and thirst for innovation are the benchmark for the Manufacturing Test Engineer at Quanergy. You will have a leading and influential role to bring product through development and into production. Responsibilities include designing custom test stations using automated electro-mechanical equipment, PCBA validation test fixtures and PCB design improvements.

You are a key contributor during the NPI (New Product Introduction) phase and the prove-to-production phase. Your work is hands on with hardware including microelectronic assemblies, PCB Assemblies, Sensors subsystems and complete sensors. Collaborating with R&D, you will gain an intimate understanding of the products. From there, training technicians, interfacing with suppliers, the design of fixturing, automation and processes that will be used for efficient and cost effective production. Our Manufacturing Test Engineer plans carefully, executes efficiently and delivers predictably. Global travel as necessary.


  • New Product Introduction (NPI)
  • Electrical design improvements and updates to schematic/PCB
  • Designing and developing fixtures and test systems
  • Development of test processes
  • Automation of the test systems and processes
  • Troubleshooting hardware to component level
  • Block diagrams, process travelers, BOM’s, procedures and specifications
  • Working with and training technicians in the art of the product
  • Continuous process and quality improvement
  • Reporting metrics for production efficiency and quality.


  • 3-5 years of professional experience in Electrical/Test Engineering disciplines
  • System, PCBA and component level testing
  • Microelectronic technology, handling, test and assembly
  • Data Collection and Storage
  • Analyzing and reporting test results data
  • Electrical design
  • Statistical analysis
  • Test system development


  • Lasers and optoelectronics
  • Robotics and Microelectronic Assembly Automation
  • Python, MATLAB, AutoCAD, Database software
  • Schematic Capture software such as OrCad, Allegro
  • Methodologies such as FMEA, SPC, DOE, Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma


  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering or other equivalent B.S. degree.


  • M.S. or Electrical Engineering or other equivalent related experience.


  • Proven track record achieving results in a fast moving and dynamic environment
  • Use of PLM software like Agile, Arena
  • Design of experiments (DOE) planning
  • Excellent written, verbal communication and time management skills
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Flexibility to handle project scope changes and proficient at multitasking
  • Performs well in a high-pressure, fast paced environment


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