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Hardware Test Engineer

Apollo Video Technology is a leading manufacturer of video surveillance and fleet management solutions for public transit, rail, school transportation, law enforcement, military, commercial transportation, fire and EMS applications. We are continuing to build our Quality Assurance team by adding a Hardware Test Engineer.

The Hardware Test Engineer will be responsible for the test activities for all Apollo Video products. The team member will design and construct test setups and fixtures, write and execute test plans, maintain a clean and organized lab environment, and document all test and product release cases. Hardware Test Engineer will work closely with our development teams to track bugs and defects, vet adherence to design documents, and release new products and product updates. The right candidate will be self-motivating, have strong problem solving skills, and the ability to work independently.


  • Design test plans and test cases to validate new products and improve existing products. 
  • Perform product validation and verification of hardware in field or lab environment. 
  • Provide technical support to technicians for various testing activities. 
  • Design and implement design test tools and procedures for review and verification process. 
  • Prepare production test processes and develop test plans and prepare inverter test reports. 
  • Develop tests and debugging tools to analyze the functionality of hardware systems and conduct failure analysis. 
  • Monitor and implement test processes on hardware systems for all Contract Manufacture partners.
  • Provide training to new employees to implement inverter test procedures. 
  • Analyze all products to identify any manufacturing defect and resolve all hardware issues in coordination with development engineers. 
  • Prepare and submit reports on progress and status of all testing procedures. 
  • Create custom test setups to facilitate durability testing of autonomous vehicle components.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Minimum five years of experience as a Hardware Test Engineer or Hardware QA Engineer 
  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or similar field
  • Experience with standards and certifications for electronics
  • Demonstrated understanding of cost and design for manufacturing 
  • Experience with analyzing requirements, creating test plans, test cases, and traceability
  • Experience with software testing tools and methodologies
  • Basic understanding of hardware design/development is highly desirable
  • Strong understanding of document control systems, Schematics, Analog and Digital Circuits 
  • Strong reporting and communication skills
  • Ability to design and build prototype assemblies and provide production ready documentation
  • Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations throughout the organization 
  • Must possess a self-starting, self-motivating mindset, strong problem solving skills, and the ability to work independently with minimal guidance 
  • Ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines in a timely manner

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Design experience with vehicle networks utilizing industry standard CAN protocols e.g. CCP/XCP, UDS and others.
  • Experience working in a Unix/Linux command-line environment 
  • Experience on TestRail or YouTrack
  • Experience working with Labview, CAN based tools such as CANdb++, CANalyzer, CANoe, CANape and VehicleSpy or similar
  • Experience developing test software using Python, VB, C#, or other programming languages

About Apollo Video Technology:

  • We offer a competitive benefits package which includes a matching 401k and a medical/dental/vision plan at no cost premium cost for employees.
  • We are the #1 supplier of transit bus mobile video surveillance equipment and provide a unique, entrepreneurial work environment with more than 11 years of success in the ever-growing transit, security and technology industries.
  • Our solutions promote safer and more efficient public service.
  • We commit ourselves to innovation, excellence, customer focus, diversity, teamwork, integrity and entrepreneurship.
  • We take pride in working with the most reputable government agencies and technology partners in North America.

Apollo Video Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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