Ref No.: 18-29932
Location: North Haven, Connecticut
Start Date / End Date: 06/11/2018 to 06/10/2019
Company: Artech Information Systems
Job Title: Technician
Location: North Haven, CT
Duration: 12 months
Job ID: 18-29932
Hiring Managers Top Needs:
1. Must be hands on with technical capability in troubleshooting electro-mechanical, pneumatic and automated controls.
2. Must have experience Automated Cognex Vision application.
3. Must have Allen Bradley PLC and ladder logic controls troubleshooting.
Education Required: Required:
  • AS in a technical program or other technical training/certification experience with technical capability to troubleshoot electro-mechanical, pneumatic and automated controls.
  • Preferred: BS or in enrolled in a BS of Electro-Mechanical/Controls Engineering
  • Years' Experience Required.
  • 3-5 year’s applicable experience
  • Will there be OT?
  • Depending on Business needs; however there may be over time.
Responsibilities may include the following and other duties may be assigned. The Manufacturing Engineer Technician is responsible for providing support of multiple product families with specific regard to machine support, product quality, product cost, process improvements, and safety of automated assembly, packaging and vacuum drying processes.
Duties include trouble shooting and machine support, root cause analysis for machine outages or production performance issues, and participation in cross functional teams to accomplish project specific goals. Key responsibility will be to ensure efficient product processing while maintaining established quality/cost/safety standards. This person will be mentored to become the resident expert on production equipment and processes.
The Engineering Technician will troubleshoot equipment from an electrical, pneumatic, or mechanical schematics and/or written or verbal instructions. The Engineering technician will support equipment troubleshooting by conducting tests and reports data in prescribed format using equipment production manuals. Performs preventative maintenance assessments; makes adjustments, modifications, and replacements as directed; prepares prescribed solutions and technical reports.
TECHNICIAN SUPPORT CAREER STREAM: Provides technical support in areas such as production operations, maintenance, safety, testing, and process improvement. Provides support in electrical and mechanical repair on automated packaging machines and robotic assembly equipment.
DIFFERENTIATING FACTORS Autonomy: Established and productive individual contributor, working under moderate supervision. Strong technical capability to troubleshoot electro-mechanical, pneumatic and automated controls in a high speed automated manufacturing assembly processes.
Organizational Impact: Performs intermediate technical activities requiring judgment and decision making. Work consists of technical tasks that are typically routine. Strong communication, project management, and leadership skills with technical capability to troubleshoot electro-mechanical, pneumatic and automated controls.
Innovation and Complexity: Technical problems faced are generally routine, but may require interpretation of procedures or policies to resolve problems. May be required to highlight areas of concerns/problems in own job area. Communication and Influence: Communicates typically with internal contacts. Obtains and provides technical information requiring some explanation or interpretation.
Rajiv Maruthi