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Founded in 1967, Analogic Corporation has become the leading provider of advanced security screening technology for the aviation industry. Our high-speed Computed Tomography (CT) Explosive Detection Systems meet the highest standards for automated threat detection and play a key role in keeping the flying public safe. We have an engineering culture of excellence, with over 200 patents assigned in the last years alone.
Our team is now developing the next generation of security screening solutions for airports worldwide – solutions that will incorporate the latest advances in machine learning, 3D imaging and open network architectures, and have the potential to dramatically improve aviation security and passenger travel experience.
To help lead this effort, Analogic is looking for a highly motivated and skilled Configuration Management Specialist to be part of a team designing industry leading technology for Airport Security. The selected candidate will be capable of executing complex tasks on time with minimal supervision. The selected candidate must have strong attention to detail and be able to work in a fast-paced environment.
Provide overall Configuration Analyst support. Implement of CM elements Planning, Identification, Control, Status Accounting, and Auditing, as well as Data Management. To include support of configuration control boards, functional/physical configuration audits (FCA/PCAs), and baseline management.
Acts as lead manufacturing engineer on new product projects, defining project tasks and assuming responsibility for completion. Works with engineering, operations, and other groups to implement cost effective processes and controls to facilitate the transfer of new products to production.
Designs, implements and maintains Quality Assurance protocols and methods for processing materials into finished or partially finished products. Responsible for planning, implementing, and managing processes in compliance with applicable safety, quality, and regulatory requirements for worldwide distribution.
Sets up and operates a variety of automatic or semi-automatic machines including robotic assembly equipment used in the production of the company's product. Responsible for the overall operation of potentially large-scale manufacturing machinery including actions such as feeding materials for processing, adjusting settings, performing minor repairs, and pulling finished product from the line. Works from process sheets or written/verbal instructions given by supervisor to perform production tasks. Checks and inspects operation results against predetermined tolerances.
Responsible for Power products warranty/non-warranty returned material repair & refurbishment and associated customer service functions. Manufacturing responsibility for specialized Power product mfg.
We are looking to hire Verification and Validation Engineers to work on our exciting new technology in our CT Medical team. Analogic V&V Engineers work on a variety of assignments with responsibilities and hands-on involvement in areas of systems and software design and verification.
Under general supervision, tests, verifies, calibrates and performs troubleshooting on standard and non-standard circuit boards, sub-assemblies or systems to assure performance to specifications.
Analogic corporation is seeking a motivated electrical engineer to be part of a dynamic RF design group to design and test new generation HF/VHF RF amplifiers for industrial/medical applications with substantial growth potential. The successful candidate will be responsible for the design, development and test of power and/or RF products. The position requires fundamental knowledge of electrical engineering principles and concepts. This role requires an engineer with good problem-solving skills and the ability to quickly learn new technology and adjust to a dynamic work environment. This position is based in Peabody, MA.
Copley Controls, a business unit of Analogic Corporation, is a worldwide leader in high performance motion solutions. In end applications ranging from semiconductor manufacturing tools to laboratory automation machinery to satellite tracking, Copley drives deliver world class performance. Our motion control group is seeking a Senior Electrical Engineer to join our team to focus on custom product designs. Copley motor drives are the most innovative in the industry and employ a wide variety of technologies including high speed networking, digital signal processing with FPGA’s, precision analog signal conditioning and high efficiency power conversion.
The ideal candidate is an experienced, hands-on engineer with a strong interest in leveraging and enhancing Copley technology to provide custom hardware solutions to key customers. The level of customization will range from making a handful of component changes on a standard Copley product all the way to “from scratch” designs to meet customer specifications.
Copley Controls, part of Analogic Corporation, is a leader in servo and stepper drive technology and provides solutions to a wide range of industries including semiconductor, life sciences, packaging, and COTS military. We currently have an opening for a real-time embedded firmware engineer. The successful candidate will be part of a small engineering team developing firmware, software and hardware to test servo and stepper drives. This position involves working closely with cross-functional teams, including hardware, software, mechanical, and applications engineers.