Seatronics Group is the world’s largest rental provider of Subsea Survey, Acoustic Positioning & ROV instruments. Our reputation is built upon the pursuit of excellence both in engineering capability and customer support.
If you have experience as an Electronics Calibration Engineer with a desire to take your career places, it’s time to join our first class team in Houston at W Sam Houston Parkway N, 77043!
With an expanding portfolio of calibration products and services, including conductivity, temperature, depth, sound velocity sensors, high-accuracy pressure sensors, bathymetric systems and intelligent transponders, this is a busy but rewarding role. All our calibration methods are fully compliant with international standards so you will be expected to be trained to a high level. Working locally and across the region with our clients, you must be able to work to tight deadlines to offer calibrations in a timely manner. Although the main role is based in the Calibration Lab, you will also be required to work in our electronics workshop occasionally and potentially visit clients’ premises.
To apply for this post you will ideally have a Diploma or equivalent in an electronics/electrical engineering or engineering systems based discipline. Candidates must have solid experience of calibrating of electronic equipment, ideally with survey equipment, with experience of Pcb investigation, soldering and crimping.
With exceptional attention to detail and an ability to work unsupervised, you must demonstrate your experience of working to a high standard. Full details of the role are attached in the job description.
If you are seeking to join our Houston team, please apply online with a current C.V. and covering letter detailing how your experience and professional development to date would benefit this role. Full details of the role are available at www.seatronics-group.com/careers  ;
Please note applicants must be eligible to work in the US in order to secure employment. Further, Seatronics employees are at-will employees – each may resign at any time and for any reason, and the firm is free to terminate the employee at any time, with or without cause and with or without notice.