AVL North America

  • Test Technician II - Ohio

    Job Location US-OH-Raymond
    Posted Date 2 months ago(10/8/2018 8:39 AM)
  • Overview



    Remotely located at an AVL customer site, this individual must possess good personal skills and interact with the customer at a professional level.  This person will participate in the daily activities in the lab including: Set up, operation and tear down of experimental engines and other drivetrain components in an engine dynamometer test cell or test environment.  Installs instrumentation on engine and performs dynamometer tests.  Supports other activities related to lab operations including calibration, maintenance, and housekeeping. 


    • Is an AVL advocate and customer liaison.
    • Performs engine and test part installation and removal.
    • Conducts and observes standardized tests following test parameters and, as required, obtains and records data or ensures data has been captured by an automated system.
    • Troubleshoots basic problems encountered with test equipment or other items associated with conducting tests in field of specialization.
    • Diagnoses and conducts routine maintenance and repair on equipment, engines, etc. following established schedules and procedures.
    • Fabricates equipment and testing apparatus components following blueprints, engineering schematics, equipment manuals, handwritten or drawn notes.
    • Uses PC to generate reports and to store and retrieve data.
    • Engages in safe work practices and advises supervisor on improvements to test equipment fabrication, installation, and operation to ensure a safe laboratory operation.
    • Maintains a clean, professional, and organized work environment and appearance.
    • Communicates test status and results with internal and external customers.


    • Computer proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
    • Read and follow schematics; equipment manuals; blueprints and drawings; and sample preparation and testing procedures.
    • Application of mathematical functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentages.
    • Good oral and written communication skills.
    • Good housekeeping and organization skills.
    • Good troubleshooting skills.
    • May require associate’s degree or equivalent training.
    • A good understanding of working in a professional environment and how to work well with others. 
    • Must demonstrate proper judgment to plan and accomplish goals and support other team members.
    • Work with basic supervision.
    • Able to learn and master AVL products used in the course of normal testing


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