Battery Test Technician

An Engineering Battery Test Technician II is available with a leading Medical Device Company in the South San Francisco area courtesy of Modis Engineering. On this position, you will operate wired and wireless equipment to charge microelectronic battery assemblies on a daily basis. Will Execute and manage parallel testing activities involving multiple device and testing software configurations in accordance with SOPs and Testing Instructions

Engineering Battery Test Technician II job responsibilities include:

Monitor automated test equipment and long-term measurements at regularly scheduled intervals.
Prepare test reports and communicate observations to team members. Ensure accuracy, clarity, and completeness in accordance with quality standards.
Maintain inventory of electrical and mechanical components to support wired and wireless hardware infrastructures. Maintain lot history records where necessary.
Perform small-batch PCB inspection, testing, programming, and system verification.
Use small hand tools, probe stations, and wire bonders to reliably fixture small components onto rigid and flexible substrates to support prototyping, failure analysis, and debugging.
Assist in drafting and updating SOPs and Test Instructions.
Perform guided failure analysis activities.


Must be able to read, write, and comprehend English. Demonstrated ability to work within a cross-functional team.
Experience configuring and operating electronic test equipment, including DMMs, VNAs, SMUs, spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, function generators, and logic analyzers.
Hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. Ability to handle small and sensitive plastic, metal, and semiconductor components
Proficiency in Python programming language or similar high-level language to configure and execute software-controlled test plans.
Four years of experience with microelectronic testing, battery testing, or system verification testing in a R&D or production environment Preferred Requirements.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with scientist and engineers from a wide range of technical backgrounds.
Experience with battery-powered wearable and/or medical devices.
Ability to organize, filter, and plot data to visualize key results and observations.
Experience with Git or similar software version control systems (VCS).
Familiarly with semiconductor device processing and packaging, including bonding, dicing, and wire bonding.
Experience prototyping micro-electronic assemblies containing SMT components and flexible substrates.
Attention to detail, proactive, organized and thorough with a desire for continuous improvement

If you are interested in this Engineering Battery Test Technician II job in South San Francisco, then please click APPLY NOW. If you have questions about this position please contact Chuck Oeland at (408) 328-0777 or at

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