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Reflecting on Our Engagement at the UC Career Fair

ITM and the Bearcat mascot at the UC Career Fair

ITM and the Bearcat mascot at the UC Career Fair

Greetings to all our patrons, associates, and future collaborators! We, at Integrated Test & Measurement (ITM), would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who made our participation at the University of Cincinnati Career Fair a rewarding experience. We are overwhelmed with the positive responses and the constructive conversations we had. Your interests and inquisitiveness about our solutions and services have fueled our passion to innovate and refine our offerings even more. 

A special shout-out to all the students and professionals who took time to stop by our booth to understand the extensive prospects that a career in engineering can unfold. Interacting with each one of you was insightful, and we are glad to have had the opportunity to share knowledge on the multifaceted world of engineering solutions that ITM offers. 

A Pawsitively Surprising Visitor! 

In the midst of technical discussions and career-oriented dialogues, we were thrilled to have a furry, spirited visitor – the Bearcat mascot! This cheerful mascot added a splash of fun to the career fair and was a hit amongst the participants. Thank you, Bearcat, for your playful energy and enthusiasm around our booth! 

Continuing the Engineering Pathway Dialogue 

Post career fair, we are more motivated than ever to continue our dialogue and discussions about the promising pathways in engineering. ITM is committed to mentoring and supporting aspiring engineers to help them realize their potential and choose a career path that aligns with their passions and skills. 

We are excited to further explore how our diverse engineering solutions can cater to the varying needs and challenges in today’s fast-evolving technological landscape. We hope to see more young minds intrigued by the world of engineering and willing to contribute their innovative ideas and perspectives to this dynamic field. 

A Commitment to Innovation and Learning

At ITM, we believe in fostering an environment of continuous learning and innovation. Our mission is to cultivate the next generation of engineers who are equipped with the knowledge and skills to create groundbreaking solutions. We are steadfast in our resolve to contribute to the educational journey of aspiring engineers, providing them with the resources and guidance they need to excel in their respective fields. 

Expressing Gratitude 

Once again, we extend our sincere thanks to everyone – the career fair organizers, participants, fellow exhibitors, and, of course, the delightful Bearcat mascot – for making our presence at the University of Cincinnati Career Fair an enriching experience. We eagerly look forward to more such interactions and are excited about the potential collaborations that the future holds. 

Let’s continue the conversation and work together to shape the future of engineering, creating a world where technology and innovation are the cornerstones of progress and development. 

Stay Connected

Feel free to reach out to us with any queries, thoughts, or ideas you may have. Connect with us through our website or our social media channels to stay updated on our latest ventures and to be a part of our ever-growing community of engineering enthusiasts. 

Here’s to a future filled with learning, innovation, and successful collaborations! See you at our next event! 

Best Regards, 

Tim Carlier 
President 
Integrated Test & Measurement (ITM) 

Unveiling Your Engineering Path: Career Prospects at Integrated Test & Measurement

Engineers come to our Booth at the UC Career Fair

Learn about Engineering Employment Opportunities at the UC Career Fair.

The University of Cincinnati’s Fall Career Fair is fast approaching, offering a platform for new engineers to explore their professional futures. Amidst the myriad of companies presenting their opportunities, Integrated Test & Measurement (ITM) emerges as a beacon of innovation and growth. In this blog, we invite you to delve into the exciting career prospects in mechanical, aerospace, electrical, and computer engineering that await you at ITM.

Mechanical Engineering at ITM:

Mechanical engineers are the architects of the physical world, devising systems and products that shape our daily lives. At ITM, we offer you the chance to immerse yourself in projects that demand your creativity and problem-solving skills. From pioneering testing solutions for the automotive and aerospace industries to streamlining manufacturing processes, mechanical engineering at ITM is a journey of discovery and innovation.

Aerospace Engineering at ITM:

For those who dream of soaring the skies and beyond, ITM provides aerospace engineers the opportunity to be part of projects that define the future of flight. Whether it’s designing systems for flight testing or ensuring the reliability of space exploration missions, we empower aerospace engineers to contribute to the most exhilarating and impactful endeavors of our time.

Electrical Engineering at ITM:

In a world driven by technology, electrical engineers are the architects of progress. At ITM, your electrical engineering skills will be put to the test in developing advanced data acquisition systems, custom measurement solutions, and cutting-edge electronics. Your work will have a direct impact on industries, such as, energy, aerospace, off-highway and more. You’ll be part of a team committed to innovation and excellence.

Computer Engineering at ITM:

As technology evolves, computer engineers play a pivotal role. ITM offers computer engineers a dynamic environment where they can work on software development, hardware design, and embedded systems. From designing state-of-the-art user interfaces to pioneering the Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded systems, our projects are both challenging and rewarding.

Why Choose ITM?

What distinguishes Integrated Test & Measurement as an employer of choice for engineers?

  1. Innovation: ITM leads the way in technology, continually pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.
  2. Collaboration: We foster a collaborative environment where diverse perspectives unite to solve intricate problems.
  3. Growth Opportunities: ITM invests in your professional development, providing continuous learning and advancement opportunities.
  4. Creativity: We encourage creative thinking and value novel ideas that drive innovation.
  5. Impact: Our projects make a tangible difference across various industries, from aerospace to medical device testing.

Meet ITM at the UC Career Fair:

We’re thrilled to connect with the next generation of engineers at the University of Cincinnati’s Career Fair. Visit our booth to learn more about the exciting opportunities waiting for you at Integrated Test & Measurement. Our team will be there to answer your questions, share their experiences, and provide insights into the remarkable projects that could shape your future.

We will be there on Wednesday, September 13th, 2023 from 10 AM to 3 PM.

Your engineering journey begins here, and at ITM, the possibilities are boundless. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore mechanical, aerospace, electrical, and computer engineering career opportunities that will shape the world at Integrated Test & Measurement. We look forward to meeting you at the UC Career Fair!

Contact Josh Fishback for more information about a career at ITM.

ITM Seeks Full-Time and Co-op Hires at UC Technical Career Fair

 

Details about the UC Technical Career Fair - 2023

Details about the UC Technical Career Fair – 2023

A team of engineers and professionals from Integrated Test & Measurement will be on the ground at the University of Cincinnati’s Technical Career Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 8, to meet with prospective full-time employees and future co-ops.

We are looking for full-time project engineers, computer engineers, and engineering technicians who are ready to start as early as May. We are also interested in hiring multiple co-op candidates.

We are looking for full-time project engineers, computer engineers, and engineering technicians who are ready to start as early as May. We are also interested in hiring multiple co-op candidates.

Administrative Director Josh Fishback leads ITM’s recruitment team with the help of Amy Carlier. They’ll be joined at the UC Campus Recreation Center by Ryan Welker, Vice President of Operations and Mark Yeager, Lead Programmer. Interested students can find ITM representatives from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Our firm is interested in filling full-time roles for students graduating with a degree in computer science, computer engineering, mechanical engineering, mechanical engineering technology, electrical engineering, electrical engineering technology and aerospace engineering. We are also interested in hiring a marketing professional to assist with promoting ITM’s growing business.

We are seeking full-time hires. We are also searching for talented students interested in experiencing a dynamic and fulfilling cooperative education opportunity. This co-op opportunity will provide a chance to learn through exciting, hands-on engineering projects around the country.

Those who visit ITM’s booth can grab some ITM swag and can register for one of ITM’s custom T-shirts. Josh Fishback will reach out to individuals if there is potential for an interview.

ITM is a structural test & measurement engineering service and software company in Milford, Ohio, that focuses on three vertical spaces: Industrial Monitoring, Testing Services, and our configuration-based test software, iTestSystem.

ITM offers competitive compensation and benefits and a career filled with travel and new learning opportunities. ITM was founded by Tim Carlier in 2001 to help companies around the world reduce costs and improve efficiencies in their product development, manufacturing and production activities.

Contact us to learn more.

Q&A with ITM Co-op Marlo Bryant

Marlo Bryant

UC mechanical engineering student loved the variety at ITM 

Marlo Bryant is in her fifth year as a mechanical engineering student at the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science. She spent this summer as a co-op at ITM, helping the firm with interesting projects around the country. We caught up with Marlo during her last week, and here are some of her reflections. 

Q: What led you to ITM?  

A: I was looking for a smaller company for my last co-op rotation because I had worked at a huge conglomerate and also a larger company. I wanted to really utilize the co-op program to get a feel for different industries and different size companies. I’m also interested in data analysis kind of work, so that’s initially why ITM sounded so interesting.

Q: Was there anything about your experience that will influence your future? 

A: Yeah. I’ve been kind of struggling with what I want to do with an engineering degree once I graduate. But this co-op has definitely helped me narrow down that I’m

more interested and inclined toward test engineering as opposed to manufacturing or design. So, I think it has been really beneficial.  

Q: What is it about testing that’s intriguing to you? 

A: I like being able to see a project go from start to finish. Figure out what you are looking for, complete it and go through the results. You get a larger role in seeing the whole operation and having more responsibility instead of just having tunnel vision on one small role. 

Q: Any particular experience that stands out from your co-op? 

A: Going down and working on rockets and being able to go inside rockets and seeing the whole manufacturing center is super cool. And being trusted to work on what ITM is doing there is pretty awesome. 

Q: What might you say to a classmate considering a co-op at ITM?

A: From talking to my peers, a lot of co-ops that they’ve been on are just sitting at their desk or doing the same kind of boring thing. A lot of companies just want their engineers to do the work and only have their co-ops there as support. But at ITM you get to have a big role in projects.

For more information about co-op opportunities or employment at ITM, contact Josh Fishback via phone: (844) 837-8797 or email: josh.fishback@itestsystem.com.

ITM connects with future engineers at UC Career Fair

UC Career Fair from Above

ITM connects with future engineers at UC Career Fair 

Mixed among the buzz of voices inside the massive six-court gymnasium at the University of Cincinnati Technical Career Fair this week, ITM connected with a ton of impressive engineering students. 

Potential full-time employees and co-op students heard for the first time about our engineering firm in Milford, Ohio. It is always a joy to watch their eyes light up as we share the projects our team has the opportunity to deploy across the country and around the world. 

The aerospace students hear that we work on rockets. The mechanical engineering students learn of the rugged measurements we collect on massive machinery. And the computer programmers discover that we’ve spun up our own software products. 

The reaction is almost always the same: “Wow! I had no idea.”  

For our team, the day is equally as fulfilling as we connect with the next generation of engineers eager to get to work and apply their knowledge. 

Our firm is interested in filling full-time roles for students graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering, mechanical engineering technology, electrical engineering, electrical engineering technology and aerospace engineering. 

Are you a current student or recent graduate who loves adventure, travel and has an entrepreneurial spirit? Discover a culture driven by innovation at ITM. Check out our job postings or fill out our co-op questionnaire (/jobs/). 

Come Visit our Booth at the UC Career Fair

Looking for a new career?  Come visit us at the University of Cincinnati Career Fair!

Where: UC Rec Center, Booth G18
When: Sept. 15th, 2022  –  10AM – 2 PM

For more information about available jobs, contact Josh Fishback via email: josh.fishback@itestsystem.com or phone: (844) 837-8797.

What’s a Co-op Experience at ITM Like? 

University of Cincinnati Mechanical Engineering Co-op Student

University of Cincinnati Mechanical Engineering Co-op Student next to the Bearcat statue.

Check out the Q&A with a recent UC grad who gained real-world experience doing hands-on learning

Brandon Walsh’s career came into focus in a powerful way during one of his co-op experiences with ITM. The 23-year-old recent University of Cincinnati graduate remembers the moment. He was watching a rocket launch from a distance while on an assignment with an ITM crew in Florida. 

“Just watching it go up into the sky and disappear while watching a livestream and hearing updates on the rocket was pretty incredible,” he said. “It was very neat to see. It was a good five seconds after the launch that I heard and felt the blast.” 

Walsh, who grew up in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, knew then that he wanted to learn all he could about aerospace. The mechanical engineering graduate is now pursuing his master’s degree in aerospace in a joint degree program that has him splitting time between UC and the University of Bordeaux. 

He credits his ITM experiences for helping him lock onto his dream. Walsh co-opped with ITM in the summer of 2021 and again in the summer of 2022, so we caught up with him to learn more about his adventures.

Q:What was it like when you first started at ITM?

A:I enjoyed it from the start. During the interview, they talked about all the projects they do and all the traveling. That piqued my interest. Near the end of the interview they took me down to the lab and showed me some of the projects they were working on and all the tools that they had. Being able to go out to different parts of the country to work on various projects and having a lot of in-house projects to work on really interested me.

Q:You had co-ops at a couple of larger companies before coming to ITM. How would you compare the experiences?

A:I definitely got to do a larger variety of things at ITM. At the two previous companies, I was more set in a certain department and had a certain thing I’d do every day, every week. But at ITM I got to do a lot more hands-on stuff as well as the digital/computer side of things.

Q:What types of projects did you work on at ITM?

A: We did a lot of aerospace work, so trips to a space flight company. We worked on different rocket parts and got to see the process and talk to the engineering teams. We worked at an electric vehicle battery factory up in Michigan doing strain gauging. I got to go to West Texas to work in the oil fields on a project. It was just neat to see different parts of the country that I hadn’t really seen before, too.

Q:How was it getting such a wide exposure?

A: It helped further my education and understanding of the topics and things that I was working on.

Q:What stood out from your time in the lab at ITM?

A: Just seeing how this small company was making all these very precise and nice looking panels for (a world renowned equipment company) was really impressive. I got to practice and work on my skills soldering and using a drill press and taps and other tools. 

Q: So, a lot of helpful hands-on work?

A: Yes. I’m definitely better at soldering now than when I started.

Q:Talk to me about the culture at ITM.

A:I enjoyed working with all the different levels of people there. It was easy to talk to all of them, and they had different amounts of knowledge and ways to relate to me. They were able to provide different pieces of advice and things that helped me along the way.

Q:Did the experience at ITM help shape where you wanted to head with your career?

A:Yeah. Definitely. It really confirmed that I want to go into aerospace. I hope to work in the field of aircraft or spacecraft. 

Q:So seeing a rocket launch in person ignited something in you?

A: Yeah. That helped open my eyes.

For more information about employment or co-op opportunities contact Josh Fishback via phone: (844) 837-8797 or email: josh.fishback@itestsystem.com.

ITM Recruiting Full-Time Engineers at UC’s Fall Career Fair

ITM Recruiting Full-Time Engineers at UC’s Fall Career Fair

University of Cincinnati students have an enormous opportunity to make a career-changing connection during the Professional and Technical Career Fair on Thursday, September 15.

Integrated Test & Measurement (ITM) will host a booth during Technical Day 2 of the event at UC’s Campus Recreation Center. Interested students can find ITM representatives from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Our firm is interested in filling full-time roles for students graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering, mechanical engineering technology, electrical engineering, electrical engineering technology and aerospace engineering.

In addition to seeking full-time hires, we are searching for talented students who are interested in experiencing a dynamic and fulfilling co-op opportunity where you will have a chance to learn through exciting, hands-on engineering projects around the country.

ITM is a structural test & measurement engineering service and software company in Milford, Ohio,  that focuses on three vertical spaces: Industrial Monitoring, Testing Services, and our configuration based test software, iTestSystem.

ITM offers competitive compensation and benefits and a career filled with travel and new learning opportunities. ITM was founded by Tim Carlier in 2001 to help companies around the world reduce costs and improve efficiencies in their product development, manufacturing and production activities.

Interested candidates should stop by our booth inside UC’s Campus Recreation Center from10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday Sept. 15 and/or email a resume and cover letter to: josh.fishback@itestsystem.com.

Our team will also be drawing for free hats and T-shirts, so be sure to find us during the event to learn more about ITM.

Rockets, road trips and paper mills 



Why an ITM team trekked across Alabama several times in the same week 

Our team should be intimately familiar with the three-hour stretch of I-65 between Prattville and Decatur, Alabama. They drove it four times in about as many days during a recent work trip.  

The team had been on a troubleshooting assignment to a rocket-building NASA partner that needed help with what appeared to be failing sensors. They had no idea that what seemed like a fairly straightforward trip would soon become far more interesting and logistically challenging. One phone call later though, and they were dispatched 166 miles south to a paper mill client. 

Upon arrival, they began commissioning new Acosense technology on the plant’s process lines. Integrated Test & Measurement is an exclusive U.S. installer of the Swedish technology that can constantly monitor and analyze liquids inside a pipe with non-invasive clamp-on sensors. 

The small crew proved themselves both flexible and adaptable by pulling double duty as they served both clients for the better part of a week. Rocket work one day. Back in the car. Paper mill the next. Back in the car. And so on until both jobs were complete. The week could serve as a microcosm of the variety of work ITM engineers balance regularly. 

“That was a challenging week for this crew for sure,” said ITM President Tim Carlier. “But it was all interesting technology and gave the team a chance to troubleshoot newer equipment. So it was a good learning challenge for us and an example of our dedication to meet the needs of our clients.” 

ITM engineers and technicians experience a wide variety of projects and travel opportunities. For some, the real joy is working with their hands on site, while others prefer the more technical activities such as computer assisted design or relying on their social skills during customer interactions. 

Ultimately, we do what it takes to deliver — even when that means burning up the roads in Alabama to get the job done.

For more information about our strain gauging and testing services contact Ryan Welker @ (844) 837-8797.

ITM Co-op Helps Engineering Student Set Sights Even Higher 



ITM Co-op Helps Engineering Student Set Sights Even Higher 

Tyler House’s dream career began to come into sharper focus during his spring co-op at Integrated Test & Measurement.

After four months at the Milford, Ohio, firm the University of Cincinnati electrical engineering student headed into his summer feeling both excited by his work experience and inspired to emulate ITM CEO Tim Carlier one day by starting his own company.

“I know I want to do something I love,” said Tyler, who had just returned from a trip to Disney with his girlfriend to celebrate the end of the semester. “I’d like to start my own company someday. I’ve been poking at that idea. Definitely a big dream of mine is having that freedom and doing something that means a lot to me.”

Perhaps the only thing that equals Tyler’s love of engineering is his love of music. He and a few fellow graduates from Clermont Northeastern (CNE) high school started a band called Wishbone, which has started lining up local gigs to cover rock and blues tunes stretching back a half century.

Tyler’s two worlds collided on the last day of his co-op when a couple of engineers from ITM dropped into his band’s “first bonafide show.”

“It was so much fun watching their reaction,” said Tyler, who employs his electrical engineering skills to repair the band’s gear when things inevitably break. “I love that they came.”

Coincidentally, like Wishbone, ITM’s entire leadership team — the CEO, VP of Operations, Lead Programmer and Administrative Director — are all CNE graduates. For Tyler, seeing that level of success from the same small high school as him was only more of a confidence lift.

He loves the entrepreneurial and inventive culture at ITM, where staff members are constantly tackling new challenges. “It’s really just a great place to figure out what you are into,” he said.

Tyler found himself learning a ton about Fusion 360, a cloud-based 3D modeling program, while researching mechanical properties and simulating failure modes on a bolted joint. He said he spent about half his co-op in the office doing things like assembling Data Acquisition (DAQ) boxes and the other half on the road working on-site. Experiences included everything from climbing inside massive paper mills to helping gather data on equipment operating in remote locations all over the country.

“In talking with my friends who have had co-ops, it’s hard to get to work in a place where you feel like you can make a difference and actually help fix problems,” said Tyler. “I definitely felt that. I learned really fast about how to deal with mistakes and just general problem solving.”

Besides the on-the-job learning, he loved exploring new places, national parks and more with the ITM crew after hours. He’s hoping to pick up some work helping ITM with any projects through the summer, and he’s interested in returning during his next co-op rotation in Spring of 2023.

Meanwhile, he’ll keep poking at his dream of someday owning his own company.

“You just have to go out there and get it,” Tyler said. “If you are aggressive about it, you will fail a bunch. But you’ve got to be able to get up off the ground and just keep rolling with it.”

For more information about Co-op or employment opportunities at ITM, contact Josh Fishback via email at josh.fishback@itestsystem.com or phone at (844) 837-8797 x705.