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       Mechanical Technician 3

  •    Milford, MI

Job ID#: 1285

Category: Manufacturing

Position Type

Contractor (W-2)

Positions Available

3

Job Description

The Role
We are seeking an Engineering Maintenance and technical support Technician to work in several teams where you will demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and learning abilities with a nominal amount of cross training. More experienced applicants will manage most project responsibilities rather than working on parts of a job and possess the ability to mentor other technicians. I&E technicians can expect to work in various areas of the lab. This typically involves troubleshooting test cell systems and equipment, calibrating instrumentation, and performing preventative maintenance. The group seeks to minimize downtime to maximize efficiency while driving continuous improvement.
What You'll Do
Instrumentation & Equipment Technicians will work in one or more of the following areas:
Troubleshooting and repair of all items making up the test cell facility, including drive systems, fuel systems, dynamometers, pumps, heaters, heat exchangers, collecting motor vibration data, filter replacement, installing and calibrating cell transducers, harness and wiring troubleshooting, etc.
Installation, calibration, set-up, and troubleshooting of exhaust gas emission measurement equipment.
Equipment preventive and predictive maintenance work 

Job Requirements

Your Skills & Abilities (Required Qualifications)
Associates Degree or equivalent experience in an electrical-related field (circuit level, machine controls/maintenance, high voltage, commercial electrical, etc.) and/or related certifications; Bachelor's Degree preferred
3-5+ years of electrical and/or mechanical hands-on experience and capability
Welding and fabrication without clear direction.
Familiarity with any of the kinds of systems mentioned in the paragraph above
Must be comfortable working on 480VAC and 1000VDC systems, potentially while energized and understand associated risk reduction techniques
Be able to interpret electrical and mechanical drawings
Must have broad troubleshooting skills 

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