Perform build up, modification, and maintenance of work stations and test setups to include motors, cabling, communication, and drive systems for both AC and DC applications.
Perform basic level testing on hardware, firmware and software based products at the individual function and complete product level.
Perform testing utilizing motor dynamometers.
Utilize and trouble shoot with assistance automation programs based on RS Logix (ladder logic), C, Visual Basic, and TAF.
Maintain and learn new technological skills so that they may be appropriately applied in product test or to development processes.
Utilize and interpret the following test and development instrumentation: digital oscilloscopes, analog and digital volt meters and ammeters, differential amplifiers with voltage probes, current transformers, Hall Effect current probes with amplifiers, LCR meters, torque transducers, power supplies, personal computers, dynamometers, and environmental chambers.
Understand and practice laboratory procedures for the safe and efficient use of electronic instrumentation, electrical power, rotating electrical machinery, and general laboratory cleanliness.
Actively support safety programs through preparation and maintenance of department safety- related processes and procedures, including lockout-tag out (LOTO), inspections, and related processes.
Ensure a safe lab working environment by enforcing safe lab practices by all who enter the labs.
With assistance troubleshoot a work cell system or test setup to determine root cause and remedy for malfunction.
Assist in construction and support of automated test stations for functional testing.
With assistance, use communication protocol such as E-Net; D-Net; C-Net; and Logix programming.
Must keep a notebook of documented notes that thoroughly explains test conditions, restrictions, analysis, and test results that serve as justification and input to test reports and results.
Ability to write reports and manipulate data with MS Office Tools.
Be able to operate cranes, hoists, fork lift and other material handling equipment as required.
Hold oneself accountable for achieving goals and meeting commitments.
Encourage a positive work environment to foster outstanding performance. Possess and share a vision of success and work with individuals to help all reach their full potential.
Promote new ideas and initiatives.
Ability to work as a team member for the test organization within Rockwell Automation
With supervision, drives general activities toward completion with the ability to communicate functionally within the test organization.
Contributor in the area of Product Development and Test.
Network with people across a variety of functions and locations within the organization.
Create an environment that encourages the open exchange of information and viewpoints.
Conform to all aspects of the company's goals, values, and standards of ethical conduct while demonstrating integrity, trustworthiness under all circumstances. Treat others honestly and fairly.
Adapt appropriately to competing demands and shifting priorities. Be an agent of change.
Work with Manager and team to resolve priority conflicts or feature requirements.
Ensures through familiarity with company policies and procedures. Appropriately applies policies and procedures in compliance with government laws.
May travel as required to meet the requirements of assigned projects
Educational Requirements Associate degree in Electronic / Electrical Technology or equivalent related engineering
Internal Number: 2612109
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