Electronics Test Engineer

Koropi, East Attica, Greece | DND

Electronics Test Engineer

THEON develops and manufactures cutting-edge Night Vision, Thermal Imaging and Electro-Optical ISR systems for Military and Security applications in Europe with a global footprint. THEON began operations in 1997 in Greece, and today occupies a leading role in the sector thanks to its international presence, with offices in Greece, Cyprus, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland and Singapore, as well as three production sites in Athens, Wetzlar (Germany) and Plymouth (USA), employing more than 300 people globally. Through this network of companies, offices and facilities worldwide, THEON has more than 150,000 systems in service with the armed forces and special forces of 68 countries, including 24 NATO countries. THEON INTERNATIONAL PLC the parent company of the group has recently been listed in the EURONEXT stock market, allowing THEON to accelerate its growth and future business development further.

As an Electronics Test Engineer, you will join the Electronics Group of Theon’s Design and Development Department and be responsible for testing and documenting test results of advanced electro-optical systems.


  • Developing test plans to validate electronic systems against design requirements and specifications.
  • Design test setups and equipment such as measurement and data acquisition systems, custom test hardware and companion software.
  • Perform failure root cause analysis, present results, and provide feedback to the design engineers to optimize designs and PCBA production.
  • Perform PCBA rework to support testing and failure analysis.
  • Automate, write user guides and transfer the test systems to the production line.


  • Experience as an electronics test (or design) engineer.
  • Degree (or equivalent experience) in Electronic/Software Engineering.
  • Experience developing software for test systems. Comfortable with Scripting, C/C++, and development of GUI applications.
  • Familiar with PCB design.
  • Ability to use lab equipment like debuggers, logic analyzers, and oscilloscopes.
  • Experience with test Jig and fixture design.
  • Experience in soldering.
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