Engineering Technicians for Production.
- Perform electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, or mechanical troubleshooting to maintain equipment used in the assembly manufacturing processes.
- Provides Manufacturing and Equipment support needs in a rapidly changing development and high volume manufacturing environment.
- Dismantles, adjusts, repairs, and assembles equipment according to schematics, repair manuals, or specifications.
- Performs Level 2 and Level 3 preventative maintenance, repairs, and troubleshooting diagnosis on production equipment.
- Resolves non-standard problems, works with minimal supervision, and can adjust to rapidly changing priorities.
- Works with Engineering to support new equipment installations, sustaining, and process improvement initiatives.
Candidates must be willing to:
- Wear closed toe shoes for the duration of shift.
- Climb and perform work on ladders or at heights.
- Wear Safety glasses and gloves for the duration of shift (There may be additional safety Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required (masks, face shields, etc.).
- Work on a night or day shift compressed work week schedule. Shifts are twelve hours long and rotate from three to four days a week.
A successful candidate should also exhibit the following behavioral traits:
- Work well in a diverse team environment.
- Work with minimal supervision and adjust to rapidly changing priorities.
- Produce quality results in a timely manner.
- Discipline and an ability to self-motivate.
- Analytical problem solving, testing skills and communication skills.
- Effective use of constructive confrontation to address issues.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position.
Preferred qualifications are in addition to the requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
- Possess a GED and/or High School Diploma with 4+ years of direct industry experience, Automotive maintenance or Avionics maintenance, or equivalent military training.
- Or possess an associate's or bachelor's degree non-STEM or with 2+ years of direct industry experience, Automotive maintenance or Avionics Maintenance and/or equivalent military training.
- Or possess a associates or bachelor's degree STEM
6+ months of experience with one or more of the following:
- Windows computer operating systems and Windows software applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook).
- Electronics and digital circuitry.
- End-user computer skills and navigation, electronic systems troubleshooting, and maintenance.
- Testing, repairing and troubleshooting faulty electronic equipment down to a component using available schematics, technical data, and test equipment.
- Willingness to read and interpret complex electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, and system repair manuals.
- Willingness to repair mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment systems.
- Willingness to apply the use of mechanical and/or electrical measuring devices such as multi-meters, oscilloscopes, metrology, and calibration equipment.
- Windows based computer operating systems
- Solid Works, CAD, 3D printing, CNC Milling, welding, metal work
- Health Care Plans (Medical, Dental & Vision)
- Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)
- Family Leave (Maternity, Paternity)
- Training & Development