Typical workload includes:
Assembly of mechanical, electrical, optical, and pneumatic systems.
Test, troubleshooting, and repair of subsystems built by third party suppliers.
System integration assembly, testing, troubleshooting, and repair.
System process qualification.
Guide new product introduction to manufacturing from prototype through pilot and
production release (2 large multi-year projects and several multi-month CIP projects in
Create and update assembly and testing documentation.
Qualifications and Requirements
5+ years working in a manufacturing or related engineering environment, ideally in
capital equipment manufacturing.
Ability to troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and optical assemblies and
o Reading schematics and wiring diagrams to troubleshoot electrical systems by
tracing a signal from start to finish through multiple cables, sensors, and control
o Digital Multi-Meter use for pinning out cables and verifying assemblies are wired
to the schematic.
o Understanding of circuits to be able to troubleshoot power, resistance, current
issues in a circuit.
o Knowledge of sensors (pressure transducer, oxygen sensors, VFDs etc)
o Electrical tool use such as crimpers, wire strippers, soldering, etc.
o Hands on technician who is familiar with machining, forming, welding processes.
o Troubleshooting mechanical systems, including pump/VFD, pneumatic control,
pressure and fluid flow (cooling systems, linear motion and control systems)
o Mechanical assembly skills which involve lifting up to 50 lbs, climbing ladders,
and occasionally performing tasks in confined spaces.
o Knowledge on how to clean and handle optics correctly
o Proficiency using windows operating systems, navigating file trees, installing
software and drivers.
o Proficiency troubleshooting local networks, using IP and ModBus networking