Industrial Automation Technician - BOSS
Shift: 1st shift
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
- Create, debug, and optimize programs for pick-and-place and welding robotic equipment, and optimize PLC programs.
- Work with the robot team to develop and implement new automation/robotic applications.
- Active team member in the internal or external design and fabrication of secondary equipment, robotics, end of arm tooling (EOAT), work cells, and automated assembly equipment.
- Continuously improve equipment and automation to reduce labor, reduce cycle time, reduce waste, and increase efficiencies in equipment and process operations.
- Assist with on-site set-up, programming, and training for new automated equipment.
- Work with engineers, technicians, production, and maintenance associates in troubleshooting and resolution of automated/robotic equipment issues and repairs.
- Performs preventative maintenance and repairs on new automated equipment.
- Read and comprehend electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic prints and schematics and perform troubleshooting and repairs of these systems.
- Facilitate, coordinate, and communicate with other supervisors to coordinate diagnostic/repair activities in individual departments in a customer-oriented manner with “customer first” sense of urgency.
- Follows up on completed work with internal customers and other departments to ensure resolution.
- Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Mechanical Engineering, or other related field, or equivalent experience with automated systems.
- Strong PLC programming experience. Minimum two (2) years’ experience in PLC and robotic programming, systems integration, and troubleshooting.
- Experience with machining or fabrication of EOATs and other jigs and fixtures.
- Use of diagnostic equipment (multi-meters, oscilloscopes, precision measuring devices etc.).
- CAD software experience a plus.
- Ability to read from technical manuals, schematics, and written instructions.
- Knowledge of safe industrial work practices including lockout-tag-out OSHA 10.
- Knowledge of Lean methods used in manufacturing processes.
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