Electronics Assemblers at Garmin test electronic function of assemblies, components, subsidiaries and systems using test equipment and procedures. In this role, you’ll position and align parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture or other holding device using hand or power tools. Qualified candidates for this role will possess a high school diploma or GED and have a high degree of dexterity and eye coordination.
We hire for entry-level and experienced positions in a wide range of fields, including engineering, product support, electronics technology and more. We even have programs for new grads, college interns and high school students. Most of our positions are full-time, but we offer seasonal part-time opportunities near the holidays and during the summer.
Material Handler Floor Operations
Garmin’s material handlers work to issue and transact material requested through material withdrawal forms as well as receive, transact and sort inbound material. You will pull and audit materials as required for KANBAN, shop order, move order or sales order requirements and replenish material into primary picking locations while maintaining responsibility for following departmental procedures including FIFO and LIFO policies, ESD guidelines for static sensitive materials and complying with Garmin’s Attendance Policy. Qualified candidates for this role will possess a high school diploma or GED. Candidates should also have the ability to bend, twist and lift up to 55 pounds while using safe lifting techniques, stand for an entire shift and walk long distances throughout the facility.
Reverse Logistics Processor
Garmin’s reverse logistics processors ensure everything runs smoothly when Garmin products come back home. They process consumer and retail returns as well as focus on reboxing new and newly overhauled units for return to stock. Qualified candidates for this role will possess a high school diploma or GED and the ability to lift up to 55 pounds to effectively perform the essential functions of this job description. Candidates must also be detail-oriented and have strong visual acumen.
Product Support Specialist
Garmin product support specialists are passionate about Garmin’s active lifestyle products and use their experience and love of our products to resolve issues and enhance the user experience for our customers. Candidates should have a high school diploma or GED and a passion for the product segment for which you are applying. Customer service expertise is a must, as well as technical aptitude and strong problem-solving abilities.
Careers Requiring Advanced Training
At Garmin, a technician apprentice will help trace circuits of defective units, using knowledge of electronic theory and electronic test equipment to locate the component level. You will discuss layout and assembly problems with electronics technicians and draw sketches to clarify design details and functional criteria of electronic units. Qualified candidates must possess a vocational certificate in electronics technology or a related field or be pursuing an Associate of Arts degree in Electronics Technology.
Garmin’s electronics technicians have a passion for electronic theory to repair and overhaul products returned by Garmin customers. In this role, you will lay-out, build, test, troubleshoot, repair, overhaul and modify developmental, production and electronic equipment. Qualified candidates must possess one of the following: an associate degree in electronics technology, a vocational certification in electronics technology, a substantially related field of military training, a minimum of 80 hours towards a bachelor’s degree in electronics technology or a related field OR an Electronic Technician Certification from the International Society of Certified Electronic Technicians (ISCET) or from the Electronic Technicians Association International (ETA-I).
Cyber Security Analyst
At Garmin, cyber security analysts perform basic security monitoring, assist in conducting investigations, and with guidance, develop solutions to remediate and prevent cyber threats. You will analyze and implement optimal settings and configurations to perform vulnerability scans of networks, operating systems, applications, containers, cloud resources, and other information systems. Qualified candidates possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or another relevant field AND a minimum of five years IT security experience OR a Master of Science Degree in one of the fields noted above AND a minimum of three years relevant experience OR equivalent combination of education and experience.
Mechanical Engineer 1
At Garmin, our mechanical engineers create products that solve complex problems and make people’s lives safer, healthier and more enjoyable. From sketches on paper to something you can hold in your hands, our MEs are involved in production every step of the way. They work with electrical, industrial and process engineers to design better products that solve thermal, shielding, cosmetic, human factor and manufacturability issues. Whatever your passion — parts, products, design or project scope — you can find it at Garmin. Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, or aerospace engineering from a four-year college or university OR an equivalent combination of education and experience with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Garmin cartography technicians are responsible for the attribution, processing and maintenance of cartographic data. They participate in the evaluation of map data and execution of quality assurance processes on maps produced for use in Garmin products. Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in cartography or geography from a four-year college or university OR four years of experience performing a role substantially similar to the essential functions of this job description.