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3rd Shift Mechanical Engineering Technician

Mechanical Engineering Technician needs 2 to 3+ years in a manufacturing or industrial environment, with experience in equipment maintenance and troubleshooting.

Mechanical Engineering Technician requires:

  • Certifications in PLC programming, robotics, electrical systems, or related areas are preferred but not required.
  • Bachelors or Associates degree in Engineering, Electrical, Mechanical, or related field
  • Skills in robotics handling and PLC Troubleshooting.
  • Software Proficiency: Comfortable with Microsoft Office applications for reporting and analysis and proficient in PC hardware management and familiar with various Windows operating systems, XP,7,10, Server 2013.
  • Ability to handle tools and perform physical tasks associated with maintenance work. 8
  • Schematic Literacy: Ability to interpret and work with or without electrical and mechanical schematics.

Mechanical Engineering Technician duties:

  • Maintain and troubleshoot various sensors and amplifiers.
  • Labeling Equipment Handling: Operate and maintain NOVEXX and Zebra labelers.
  • Perform PC hardware replacements and ability to manage systems running Windows XP, 7, 10, and Server 2013. 16.
  • Operate iFix and Wonderware HMI systems.
  • Competence in handling tools and conducting physical maintenance tasks.
  • Maintain air dryers, compressors, and packing systems.
  • Troubleshoot, replace, and understand specifications of motors and servomotors.