The position is responsible for assembling PCBs via hand soldering and solder/paste reflow assembly, performing PCB-level electronics test and debug using laboratory electronic test equipment, assembling cables and wiring harnesses for sensor interfacing, and validating technical drawings, specifications of electrical systems to ensure that documentation matched design goals.
Additionally, this individual will work closely with our R&D team to improve processes, document product information, and refine other IC2 systems. Candidates with partial qualifications are still encouraged to apply.
IC2 offers highly competitive salaries, a flexible work environment, and excellent benefits including 3 weeks of annual personal leave, 8 paid holidays, and medical, dental, and vision insurance.
IC2 leverages internal domain expertise in fluid dynamics, aerodynamics & aeroacoustics test when developing new sensors. Our team is actively engaged in the aerosciences research community, continually learning from the latest research in academia and across the industry, in addition to leading and sharing our own research and findings. Members of our team contribute to technical working groups and standards committees across the aerospace and measurement technology industries. IC2 regularly partners with industry leaders in aerospace vehicle development and testing and works closely with key government R&D labs across NASA and DOD to address the most critical measurement gaps of today and continue to push the state of the art in precision sensing.
IC2 is a fast-growing sensor technology company, headquartered in Gainesville, FL, and focused on bringing advances in microsensing to the aerospace industry. With a deep knowledge of aerospace testing requirements, expertise in sensor design and microfabrication, and over two decades of research and rigorous testing, IC2 delivers scientific-grade precision sensors that push the envelope of aerospace measurement accuracy and performance.