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Our Customer provides comprehensive and reliable, production-based inspection solutions for critical structure materials for the aerospace industry. They have an immediate need for an Electrical/Electronics Technician for their facility located in Florida. This is a full-time position with benefits.
The candidate is expected to perform a wide variety of tasks related to the fabrication and troubleshooting of electrical systems found on automated, robotic motion machinery as well as essential production manufacturing factory sub-systems. The position assists the Engineering Department and will support new advanced system design and build programs; the upgrade designs and installations at customer locations as well as the company Production general facility systems.
Perform the design, layout and fabrication of customer electrical panel systems.
Work and perform industry safety standards around High Voltage AC and DC system platforms.
The ability to utilize basic and advanced test equipment designed for electrical installations.
Interface courteously over the phone with customer maintenance, electrical staff on troubleshooting needs.
The ability to travel and work domestically at customer facilities to perform on-site electrical installations.
To properly ensure electrical systems are documented and details provided to the CAD Dept for schematics.
The ability to read, interpret and implement schematics of industry standard libraries and vendor products.
Perform purchase requisitioning of needed components for design, fabrication, and installation of electrical systems.
Perform advanced troubleshooting of many various styles electrical systems with the ability to adjust to circumstances and the pressures found in production 24/7 environments as customers demand.
Generate forms, charts and documents as needed.
Perform programming of motor controllers, PLCs and various machine related vendor products.
Interface with advanced computer systems, PC Plug-in Cards, Assembly of and troubleshooting required.
Install OEM Software as required and test machinery related systems.
The use of NEC, NFPA regulatory requirements, Safety in Robotics applications.
Electrical systems cost estimating, deployment scheduling, support of the Mechanical Engineering Dept.
Communicate, observe and respond verbally and through e-mail, generating reports as required.
Requires travel to customer locations on various occasions, provide service and support to field installations.
On-call for service and support issues for customers as well as the Florida facility.
Ability to build and maintain professional customer relations. Excellent oral/written communication skills. Knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel) Products. Excellent phone etiquette. Able to multi-task. Customer service driven, teamwork and detail orientated, professional, upbeat, energetic, takes initiative, dependable, takes pride in work.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Minimum Associates Degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
For immediate consideration call Mike for details, email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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