A degree in Automation Technology, Automated Machinery Systems or similar vocational training - or equivalent  5+ years experience in the industry  Fits and assembles components according to prints or sketches to construct, rebuild and repair special machines and equipment using hand tools and power tools. Aligns components for assembly and assembles parts using hand tools. Verifies conformance of parts to prints using measuring instruments. Verifies alignment and tolerances of moving parts using measuring instruments. Assembles, sets up and operates machine to verify functioning, machine capabilities and conformance. Forms and fastens pneumatic and hydraulic lines, fixtures and attachments required to service machine with air, water and oil. Debugs assemblies and machines by identifying and correcting problems affecting proper operation. Takes an active role during the debug phase of the project. Fabricates and modifies parts as required. Accurately lays out hole locations and drills and taps holes on parts for assembly. Sets up and operates metalworking machines to fabricate or modify parts. Performs installation, debug, repair and other field service duties that require offsite travel. Provides project feedback to project team and others as needed. Actively participates in team reviews. Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.    

Electrical Skills:  Good understanding of AC and DC electricity.  Electrical troubleshooting skills.  Knowledge in PC/PLC controlled machinery.  Understanding of PLC ladder logic.  Efficient panel layout and wiring skills.  Ability to read electrical schematics.  Knowledge of electromechanical devices.  A driving desire to do your best possible work as a member of a highly collaborative team.    

If you'd like to be considered for this position, please send a resume to hutch@etechnicalstaffing.com.