Banner Welder Inc. is a world-class builder of custom designed automated machinery and systems. We currently are seeking a high energy, results oriented members to join our team.
The Mechanical Design Engineer is responsible for the mechanical design and required customer \ Banner documentation for the machines/equipment, tooling, and fixtures produced by Banner according to customer specifications, or specifications developed in conjunction with application engineering and/or the customer that also meet cost targets and timing deadlines.
The main component of a Mechanical Engineering Design Engineer is the development of mechanical designs created in a timely manner that meet or exceed the specifications and budgetary requirements. The incumbent either performs themselves or may oversee the detailing of all component parts, and check accuracy of all details to ensure that machinists, welders, and assemblers have all information needed to produce the components. Selections of purchased items during design phase that are cost effective, meet delivery requirements, follow customer specifications, and are sized properly are key considerations.
Further responsibilities include but are not limited to creation of detailed floor plan layouts; generation of sequence of operations, pneumatic cylinder and transformer charts for electrical engineering; follow up on shop component production & machine\tool assembly to ensure proper function and quality is maintained; lead/coordinate all internal and customer design reviews; and assist with all "customer care" functions (spare parts list, training requirements, and resolution of any issues that arise. etc.) at the customer's location.
Incumbent is also responsible for such other duties as management may assign to the position from time to time.
Requires a minimum of Associate’s Degree in a relevant field, and 5 years related and progressive experience in a machine design, automation, and\or tooling environments. Requires competency in SolidWorks 2020 (Certified SolidWorks Associate (CWSA) certification is desirable), experience working in a PDM vault environment is desirable; and an AutoCAD background is helpful. Understanding of welding processes (MIG & Resistance), machining and assembly processes, robot reach and capacity exposure, and ergonomics a strong plus. A working knowledge of G.D.& T. is highly desirable. Finally, requires proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
Typically, the main activities of this position are carried out in an open office environment and entails extensive periods of sitting at a computer station with a high attention to detail and accuracy. During the build cycle, frequently time is required to spend on the shop floor in consultation with other Banner Welder managers/workers, and customers. The incumbent will have frequent interface with individuals at all levels of the organization, with vendors and customers at the Company's facility as well as at the customers' location.
Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org with "Job Applicant Submission: Mechanical Design Engineer III \ IV" in the subject line.
This position is responsible for designing control systems according to customer specifications, or specifications developed in conjunction with application engineering and/or the customer, including mechanical sequencing of operations. Such systems entail high voltage wiring, safety circuits, PLC I/O wiring, wiring to various devices, fluid power and pneumatic applications. Incumbent provides the electrical design then programs code for the control systems, including PLC, HMI, safety and other devices, and loads such code to the machine for subsequent setup of communications (DeviceNet, Ethernet, etc. as required), and programming of external devices. Also responsible for testing & debugging of the machine, for collaborating on developing welds if part of the process, testing safety circuits and fault logic, messaging and recovery, and verifying cycle time.
The Controls Engineer duties include the following:
Preferred Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering plus five years related, progressive experience.
Requires competency in AutoCad, thorough understanding of HMI design practices, PLC Ladder Logic, and a working knowledge of industrial networks. Must also have basic understanding of electrical codes (National Electrical Code, NFPA, ANSI, etc.) and safety requirements as related to industrial equipment, awareness of machine & workplace ergonomics, as well as Microsoft Office software. Incumbent must have the ability to travel – up to 30% of the time & able to travel outside of USA if required. Finally, a working experience with Fanuc, Panasonic, Motoman and other robot brands is desirable.
While the principal activities of this position are carried out in an office environment requiring extensive periods of sitting at a computer station, the incumbent is required to travel to customer facilities for installation, start-up and training purposes (can amount to 30%). Must be able to concentrate on the particular job at hand, often to the exclusion of surrounding distractions. Incumbent is frequently required to spend time on the shop floor in consultation with other Banner Welder managers/workers, and customers. On such occasions, infrequently engages in physical activity other than the normal activities of standing, walking, stooping, reaching, etc.
Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com with "Job Applicant Submission: Controls Engineer - III \ IV" in the subject line.
The Electrical Assembler performs wiring and assembly operations required for machinery and integrated systems involving the connection of intricate apparatus and fairly complex circuits. Planning, machine layout, wiring of electrical panels, general fabrication, assembly, plumbing and placement of valves for air and water lines is typical. Incumbent must read and interpret wiring diagrams, blueprints, specifications and layouts to determine materials requirements, and assembly operations. Incumbent is responsible for designing, fabricating and welding of brackets for control cabinets, light curtains, guarding, switches, etc. Incumbent may be called upon to assist with testing operations on machinery and complete cells, the calibration and regulation of units and final assemblies to meet load capacities and operating requirements. They may also assist with de-bugging of machinery and integrated systems.
The Electrical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of parts, weldments, & subassemblies per engineering specifications in an accurate and timely manner. Duties performed include:
The following are several key requirements:
Incumbent spends a significant part of the workday standing, and performs physical activities that require considerable use of his arms and legs, and moving his entire body, such as climbing, lifting, walking, stooping, and handling of materials. Position requires very good near vision for seeing details at close range, as well as good arm-hand steadiness, finger and manual dexterity. Must also possess physical flexibility and coordination.
Incumbent sometimes works alone, but most often works in a team environment where he might be called upon to be the team leader. Subject to direction and supervision, the incumbent works in a job shop environment where duties may vary significantly from day to day, thereby requiring a degree of flexibility, initiative, and ability to prioritize. Incumbent may be required to interface with others in problem solving situations, and with other workers as part of their training. May also have significant interface with customers" personnel while performing installation, repair or rebuilding of machines at the customers location.
Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org with "Job Applicant Submission: Machine Builder - Electrical Assembly III \ IV" in the subject line.
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