Internship Program - Electrical Engineering Intern - Development of Automatic Test Equipment System
Electrical Engineering Intern - Development of automatic test equipment system
The Creativity, Productivity and Gaming Business Group of Logitech is looking for an undergraduate student to assist the electrical and software development to build a test system to qualify the electronics of our products. For more information about our products please visit https://www.logitech.com/en-us.
Be Yourself. Be Open. Stay Hungry and Humble. Collaborate. Challenge. Decide and just Do. These are the behaviors you’ll need for success at Logitech. In this role you will:
• Study and develop a way of automatizing engineering testing for various functions:
- Proximity sensors, crystal performance, temperature & humidity behavior.
• Conceptualize and develop software modules for automatizing the tasks at hand.
• Validate your design by way of prototyping.
• Order and deliver a qualified functional setup.
These are the behaviors you’ll need for success at Logitech. You will learn:
• To work in a multicultural environment.
• About Logitech high-quality products fundamentals.
• How to plan and achieve product electrical test.
• To connect ideas with prototypes and final design.
For consideration, you must bring the following minimum skills and behaviors to our team:
• Microsoft Windows software development.
• Experienced in instruments control and SW application.
• Fluent communication in English.
• Major in Computer Science / Software Engineering.
Logitech is the sweet spot for people who are passionate about products, making a mark, and having fun doing it. As a company, we’re small and flexible enough for every person to take initiative and make things happen. But we’re big enough in our portfolio, and reach, for those actions to have a global impact. That’s a pretty sweet spot to be in and we’re always striving to keep it that way.
“All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.”