Lab & Field Analysis Engineer

  • Dallas, TX
  • Solar

Job Description

As a Lab & Field Analysis Engineer, you will support the service and engineering teams in diagnosing complex field and product issues on PV and ESS installations across the United States. You will conduct in-depth troubleshooting and repairs related to inverters and energy storage solutions and work closely with R&D and product teams to determine appropriate fixes and improvements to product lines. 

Why You Should Apply:
  • Hybrid Opportunity
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits
  • 401k matching plan
  • Tier 1 inverter manufacturer
  • Focus on Employee Engagement
  • Innovative and growing product lines
  • Visit customer sites to troubleshoot issues relating to PV and ESS inverter and system operation.
  • Perform various electrical tests in the laboratory to diagnose converter failure modes.
  • Work with Service and R&D teams to perform failure analysis of PV and ESS converters.
  • Remote monitoring of inverter and site issues (faults, underproduction, instability, etc).
  • Cataloging and analysis of historical performance using multiple systems (JIRA, Excel, SAP).
  • Create reports detailing inverter and site issues and communicate with sales team for distribution and discussion with customers.
  • Use leading edge safety practices and implement company policies and procedures.
  • Masters or B.S. in Electrical Engineering from a 4-year accredited college or university.
  • 5 years of Solar and inverter experience.
  • Knowledge and experience in using lab and field testing equipment: DVM, digital oscilloscope, voltage and current power supplies, Power Quality (PQ) meter.
  • Knowledge of programming fundamentals and common languages: C/C++/C#, Python, Matlab, etc.
  • Proficient verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • Multiplexer, agile, speed and problem solving oriented, systematic, organized, eager to travel regularly and with short notice for sake of customer satisfaction and field portfolio performance goals.