ORGANIZATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POSITION
3-5 years of operations experience with industrial/foundry manufacturing controls systems
Knowledge of NEC (national electric code), PLC and HMI programming, vision system implementation, computer skills, AutoCAD or other drawing software, lean manufacturing, general business exposure
Control systems design, specification, documentation, programming, troubleshooting, testing and installation for automations and manufacturing equipment
Responsible for all software driven controls: PLC, Allenn Bradley SLC, Siemens step 7, RS Logix 5000 operator interfaces, Fanuc and Kuka robotics, process control systems including temperature, position and force control
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or equivalent experience in industrial machine controls and automation systems
Must have ability to read, write and comprehend English.
Must have basic blueprint and work instruction reading ability.
Ability to accurately read Micrometers and callipers.
Understand Geometric tolerances and their meanings.
Represent an ideal description of the position within the organizational structure useful for selection and development processes). Not to be considered as minimum or mandatory requirements.
Striving for Excellence
- Analysis Skills-Identifies significant problems & opportunities. Analyzes problems and people in depth. Sorts the wheat from the chaff, determining root causes.
- Resourcefulness/ Initiative-Passionately finds ways over, around, or through barriers to success. Achieves results despite lack of resources. Goes beyond the call of duty. Shows bias for action. A results-oriented “doer.”
- Organization/ Planning-Plans, organizes, schedules & budgets in efficient, organized manner. Focuses on key priorities.
- Persuasion-Persuasive in change efforts, selling a vision. Convincing.
- Customer Focus– Monitors client satisfaction (internal or external). Establishes partner relationship with clients. Visible & accessible to clients.
- Change Leadership- Actively intervenes to create & energize positive change. Leads by example.
- Inspiring Followership– Inspires people to follow lead. Minimizes intimidation. Takes charge. Motivates by pushing appropriate hot buttons of individuals.
- Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment. Exposure to noise, odors, dust, drafts, etc. Operation of equipment required at times.
- This person works in a fast paced environment and must be able to make quick decisions in order to maximize production while maintaining focus on safety and quality to meet customer expectations. The nature of the product mix for all operations may cause changing priorities frequently.
- Work involves lifting of materials and product up to 50 pounds as well as standing, bending and twisting.
- Machinery operation requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to; eye safety glasses, hearing protection, and steel-toed work boots.
- Working safely is a condition of employment.
LEGAL, QUALITY, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
- He/she is responsible to respect the confidentiality of the acquired information;
- He/she observes Safety and Environment procedures issued by the Company for the individual and collective protection and for the environmental aspects;
- He/she is responsible to respect the indication of the Manual and of the Environmental and Safety procedures for the related area.
- He/she is responsible to respect the indication of the Manual and of the Quality Management System procedures for the related area.
Job Type: Full-time
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Flexible spending account
- Health insurance
- Health savings account
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Tuition reimbursement
- Vision insurance
- 10 hour shift
- Weekend availability