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Instrumentation Electrical Engineer I
Ref No.: 18-06939
Location: Raynham, Massachusetts
Start Date / End Date: 10/01/2018 to 09/27/2019
Description:
The Electronics Engineering Technician, Production Maintenance will be responsible for performing maintenance and repairs on manufacturing equipment and supporting all aspects of Joint Reconstruction production maintenance business.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
•This includes, but is not limited to preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, emergency repairs, equipment enhancements, new equipment installations and lean initiatives. Setup and change over production equipment.
•Maintain and Repair CNC Machining Equipment, CNC Lathes, Multivac Packaging Machines, Atlas Vac Sealing Equipment, Metal Melting Furnace, Shell-mould casting process equipment, Automation robots and Water Purification Systems
•Prioritize work orders and emergency repairs based on equipment criticality and operational needs.
•Document all maintenance related activities in ecmms-Maximo. Support Operations and Engineering in meetings production goals and esure product quality and equipment output is maintained.
•In addition, this individual will be responsible for compliance with all company safety, health, environmental and quality policies.

Qualifications:
•A minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent required.
•Technical Vocational training in machining operations and/or electrical/electronics preferred.
•A minimum of 6 years of related equipment maintenance experience and/or training is required.
•A license electrician is preferred.
•Must be able to work in an ISO Class 8 Clean Room environment requiring gowning.
•Clean room experience is a plus.
•Basic Computer skills (Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer) required.
•Strong mechanical and electrical troubleshooting skills required.
•The ability to read and interpret comlex assembly drawings, electrical and pneumatic shcematics required.
•Must be able to supply own hand tools/rollaway toolbox (i.e. screw drivers, socket wrenches, etc.).
•Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills and be able to support cross functional teams including Quality, Operations & Engineering.
•Experience with automation including highly complex mechanical assemblies, pneumatics, PLC and motion controllers required.
•The ability to lift heavy loads. Stand and/or walk more than 90% of the time and perfom twisting and turning activities and in a manufacturing/machine shop environment is required.
•Must be able to work 1st shift (6:00AM-2:30PM Monday-Friday) and work overtime as required to support manufacturing operations.
•Must be able to be On Call for a week every other month as required to support 24/7 manufacturing operations.

This position is 1st Shift and requires additional overtime, including Weekends and Holidays.
Hours per Day 8
Hours per Week 40
Total Hours 2,080.00