In this role you will be a member of the global engineered to order (ETO) test team which currently supports manufacturing plants in the United States, Poland, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and China. The ability for remote support and potentially travel to these countries on occasion is required.
The individual in this position will primarily be responsible for medium voltage and low voltage motor control center test support as well as the associated new product introduction activities under the direction of more senior staff in addition to providing test support for other Rockwell Automation products as required. Supports engineering activities such as design, test, modification, fabrication, assembly, installation, and trouble-shooting of electromechanical systems. Works from schematics, diagrams, written and verbal descriptions, layouts or defined plans to perform test system commissioning and trouble-shooting functions. Assists in developing cost effective test methods and establishing best practices.
Participate in the new product design evaluation process. Provide design for test feedback and or requirements to the product team during the design process to assure testability and test coverage. Based on the design requirements develop plans to test completed assemblies. Manage and communicate project financials, timelines, and action plans effectively to deliver cost effective test solutions on schedule and within budget.
Lead or participate in projects that will enable the plants to meet annual productivity goals and reduce/eliminate safety and ergonomic risk in the manufacturing work environment. Lead or participate in the procurement, installation and validation activities with test equipment targeted for the manufacturing production.
Assist with scheduling/performing timely preventative maintenance for all test equipment. Provide guidance with calibration schedules and/or requirements for test instrumentation. Responsible for identifying/maintaining spare parts inventory.
Responsible for designing electrical systems, properly sizing components, and working with outside vendors. With guidance from a more senior engineer, select proper PLC components and test instrumentation based on product test requirements to deliver safe and reliable test solutions.
Understand, create, and release documentation on all aspects of the test solution.
Test specification to document product testing and coverage.
System wiring schematics in AutoCAD Electrical.
System BOM (Bill of Materials).
Create User's guide to assist plant engineering with long term support.
Test software stored released into appropriate source control location.
Support witness and non-standard tests for customers (functional demonstrations).
Collaborate effectively both within ETO and other functional groups.
Support training activities for manufacturing test technicians.
Participate in the annual capital planning process and project execution.
Knowledge and experience with AC and DC motor drive fundamentals, medium voltage power distribution, transformer specifications, closed-loop control systems, motor drive test and commissioning.
Candidate must have the ability to read and interpret new product designs consisting of electronic circuit schematics, electrical and mechanical equipment design drawings, bills of materials, design and functional specifications.
Knowledge of motor control center electrical and electronic hardware.
Excellent troubleshooting, analysis, and problem solving skills.
Experience with Rockwell / Allen-Bradley PLCs is highly desired.
Good written and verbal communications in English.
Proficient using Microsoft Office programs.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification is desired.
This position is part of a job family. Experience will be the determining factor for position level and compensation.
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