Field Service Engineer

Field Service Engineer
We are looking to Direct-Hire an FSE that is well versed with Electrical & Mechanical Maintenance on machines. There will be upwards of 70-80% travel involved including travel to Canada so this candidate's background has to be clean. This will be a position working directly for our client:
benefits, stock options, retirement, PTO, etc.

Lays out and installs Electrical wiring and assembly components in a wide variety of electro-mechanical assemblies, control cabinets, and electrical and industrial equipment, according to assembly drawings and wiring schematics. Tests and troubleshoots electrical wiring connections. Prepares wiring and electrical components on machines for shipment and re-assembly.

Follows blueprints and other written and verbal specifications to identify, prepare, lay out, align, fit and assemble complex, expensive, tight-tolerance machine components, fittings, and piping using appropriate tools and lifting equipment. Test operation of assembled unit and its control systems against performance standards. Packages and protects finished assembly for shipment or storage.
Common Duties
Applies Lean Principals, policies, quality system, and safety procedures. Maintains orderliness, cleanliness, security and functionality of work area and equipment used. Can navigate computerized manufacturing system to find all data needed and to report labor and production information.
Must be well versed with electrical, mechanical, hydraulics, pneumatics, machine building, machine installation, training customers on operations, troubleshoots, mechanically inclined, great communication skills, etc.
5-7 years' experience in a Field Service Engineering roll working in maintenance
Engineering Degree or equivalent experience
Experience working with customers
Fast learner
Willing to travel and work OT, paid hourly and will be compensated with OT pay.

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