Location(s): United States; Wisconsin; West Milwaukee
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Role Summary: Performs diverse and complex electro-mechanical assignments in support of GEHC product development and manufacturing. Assignments may include, but are not limited to: fabrication and assembly of fixtures and equipment, set up and running of data acquisition equipment for tests, carrying out experiments, reporting/documenting results of tests and measures, lead compliance and quality activities and train other team members.
Test production assemblies and sub-assemblies for correct operation and compliance to performance specifications
Interfaces with other departments in the execution of duties to ensure the orderly flow of materials and information
Utilizing initiative and independent judgment, construct and assist in evaluating engineering models
Perform advanced trouble shooting encompassing multiple variables and unknowns to achieve root cause analysis and problem resolution. Conduct experiments and diagnostic tests, as required to draw conclusions
Perform software and hardware evaluation and implement plans using knowledge of product, system operation, intermodule interactions, engineering tolls, and interactive software tools as required
Utilize basic technical communications throughout the new product cycle to improve internal models and/or externally sourced components in terms of system performance, reliability, functionality, and serviceability
Provide evaluation, constructive feedback and leadership in the development of internal and external engineering, manufacturing, or service documentation
Develop and execute training plans as required
Provide strong individual contributions in the context of achieving team goals. Provide technical leadership by assisting others in troubleshooting, answering questions and seeking engineering assistance
Train other team members through technical communications and/or presentations.
Lead compliance and quality activities by looking for defect trends, learning about quality issues and concessions and passing information to other technicians. Serve as the manufacturing expert on new product introductions by providing feedback to engineering and manufacturing personnel as new products are developed and new procedures are implemented
Provide technical assistance by telephone or in person to customers, field service personnel, or suppliers
Comply with EHS regulations and policies
Associates degree, or a High School diploma and 2 years technical experience
Proficiency in troubleshooting electro-mechanical equipment to ensure robust process operation using identifiable problem solving techniques
Ability to draw accurate conclusions from test data, malfunctions, or deviations, and assist with corrections to the existing design or process
Proficiency to understand and interpret basic written technical information
Demonstrated ability to work well with limited direction and information
Ability to communicate using English (or local language)
Bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing, Engineering or Technology related fields
Locations: United States; Wisconsin; West Milwaukee
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