About the Team

The Global Product Team at HF Global, Inc. – the combined Harry's and Feintechnik business – works cross-functionally to develop innovative and performance driven products in the men’s grooming market. The team is focused on advancing both the Harry’s direct-to-consumer and wholesale business as well as strategic private label and store brand businesses in Europe and North America.

About the Role

The Senior Technician will support all R&D activities by owning measurement and data collection.   This role’s initial priority will be to support product characterization/optimization. Over time, this role will increasingly support component and assembly-level analysis for all new product launches. Successful candidates are fast learners and self-motivated, independent workers. They have the ability to work in a research environment while still understanding the needs of the business. The role will sit on the Product Design Team.

What you will do: 

  • Conducts a variety of tests on Men’s grooming products using established and developmental test methods and procedures
  • Sets up and operates a wide variety of metrology equipment, e.g. , interferometer, Force Testers, mechanical measurement devices, rheological test systems and optical instrumentation
  • Assemble engineering prototypes and test products for controlled testing and evaluation
  • Extracts engineering data from various sources then processes and presents the data in the required format
  • Provides general testing and engineering support 

This should describe you: 

  • Minimum 4 years of experience in metrology, measurement systems, prototyping and model shop activities
  • High school education or equivalent, associates degree in a Technical field preferred
  • Associates degree may substitute 2yrs of experience
  • Experience and ability working around complex and sensitive instrumentation
  • Proven experience with general testing and engineering support for new products and prototyping
  • Experience extracting, distilling, and organizing complex data sets
  • Ability to read and work from technical drawings and instructions (familiar with GD&T)
  • Strong project management experience – ability to own and execute work independently
  • Strong computer skills with office productivity software for e-mail, word processing and spreadsheets
  • Detail-oriented approach to work – strives for accuracy
  • Strong communicator (oral and written)
  • Ability to travel up to 25%
  • An ability to communicate across many teams, and a special talent to bring them all together
  • Sense of humor (one that will reach all corners of the world is a plus)

 

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