Seeking Trainees for our upcoming Academy of Advanced Manufacturing Training and Placement Program
Solid individuals and team players bringing a strong work ethic and good logical thinking combined with an interest in electrical-mechanical-computer systems.
*Are you a military veteran looking for civilian work opportunities to improve performance, productivity and profitability for some of the world's most respected manufacturers? *Are you interested in an intensive training program that will lead to a job that will be exposed to both electrical and manufacturing basics as well as innovations in technology? *Are you a highly disciplined hands on problem-solver, a logical thinker, good at implementation; a troubleshooter, a maintainer, and a team player with a strong work ethic?
We are looking for transitioning/transitioned service individuals who have electrical/mechanical aptitude and aspiration for private sector work at process or material manufacturers as an entry-level skilled technician. These technicians handle work orders across the life cycle of production systems from design and set up, installation to maintenance, shut down and decommissioning, and work on increasingly digital factory production equipment, industrial products, and basic IT systems.
Candidate Overview: *Experience and work results in electronic areas, such as monitors, computers, scopes, and meters; and in mechanical areas such as moving elements in a controlled environment including drives, motors, pulley systems, and levers. *Ideally have had duties completing varied work assignments in dynamic operating conditions yet have been successful in daily operating disciplines of crew/shift meetings, work preparation and documentation. *Also have thrived in environments that can be a mix of individual work and team work, and with varying levels of interaction with stakeholder audience (customer, fellow force, officers, civilian, etc.).
Desired Background: 1)Basic electrical and mechanical working experience; hardware and software use and basic system/equipment installation, set up, troubleshooting, maintenance 2)Basic level preventative maintenance and break-fix knowledge ***obtain and process work orders ***triage and locate faulty equipment/systems ***secure parts and equipment to complete work orders ***service production or infrastructure equipment and systems 3)Possesses a logical, process-oriented thinking style. 4)Ability for clear written and verbal communications. 5)Analytical skills to identify root-cause of an issue. 6)Demonstrates moderate to high ability to learn new knowledge and skills. 7)Basic office automation knowledge and desktop (home or office based) computing skills. Experience with Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). 8)High school graduate or equivalent; also requires some technical-industrial maintenance education and training, and experience with military or industrial maintenance. 9)Must be able to use basic hand and electrical tools. 10)Able to lift and carry products and/or equipment of up to 50 pounds.
A program made possible by the partnership between Rockwell Automation and ManpowerGroup. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Members with basic electrical fundamentals and mechanical working experience, which includes hardware and software use as well as basic system/equipment installation, set up, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance, are encouraged to apply.
Additional Salary Information: Upon successful completion of the AAM training program, Veterans will be provided career placement opportunities with a U.S. manufacturing employer with wage potential starting around 50K (+/- conditional on role/location/shift/etc.). Training and career placement will relate to Instrumentation, Automation, & Controls Technician (IACT) roles and responsibilities.
About Academy of Advanced Manufacturing (Sponsored by ManpowerGroup & Rockwell Automation)
ManpowerGroup is a world leader in innovative workforce solutions. Every day, we connect more than 600,000 people to meaningful work across a wide range of skills and industries helping to power the success of clients around the world.
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