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Maintenance Technician | Automotive Industry | Farmington Hills, MI 

Job Duties

• Provide basic technical assistance and resolution when electrical or engineering problems are encountered before, during and after construction

• Assemble electrical and electronic systems and prototypes according to engineering data and knowledge of electrical principles, using hand tools and measuring instruments

• Collaborate with engineers and other personnel to identify, define and solve developmental problems

• Analyze and interpret test information to resolve design-related problems

• Draw or modify diagrams and write engineering specifications to clarify design details and functional criteria of experimental electronics units

• Install, repair, modify and upgrade industrial control systems; control systems may be relay controlled, microprocess based on PLC logic (i.e., PLC programming and troubleshooting)

• Conduct inspections for quality control and assurance programs, reporting findings and recommendations

• Prepare project cost and work-time estimates when needed

• Complete all necessary documents fully and accurately

• Adhere to 5S standards (e.g., maintain cleanliness of work area, etc.)

• Follow all Safety, Environmental and Quality policies and procedures

• Perform other duties as assigned

Experience and Education

• Perform work under direct supervision

• Handle basic issues and problems and refer more complex issues to higher-level staff

• Possess beginning to working knowledge of subject matter

• Typically require accreditation from a technical school or an applicable skilled trades program and 0 to 2 years of experience

Competencies/ Skills

• Ability to interpret work instructions

• Ability to follow written and verbal directions

• Intermediate verbal and written communication skills

• Technical expertise

• Design expertise

• Intermediate mathematical skills

REF: JOB-26741

Nicole Roeske

Technical Recruiter

    • Location: Farmington
    • Date posted:
    • Pay:$- $ per hour