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Robotics Engineer

Job Number:  21753
Group:  Magna Seating
Division:  Magna Seating Columbus
Job Type:  Permanent/Regular
Location: 

LANCASTER, US, 43130

Group Description
Magna is an innovative leader in the development and manufacturing of high quality complete seating systems. Our solution includes seating structures, mechanisms and hardware, as well as foam and trim products for global automotive, heavy truck and bus industries. Our capabilities include market and consumer research; full concept development; design and engineering capabilities; testing, validation and world-class manufacturing. Our award-winning seating solutions are developed from consumer research, finding the ease of operation to be comfortable, convenient and connected.

 

Role Summary

The Robotics Engineer will provide technical expertise for robotic applications to ensure product quality and continuous improvement to the manufacturing processes. The position is responsible for troubleshooting robotic systems, performing preventative and predictive maintenance on systems to minimize downtime, while keeping safety as a priority. The position will also provide training and technical support to Production and Skilled Trade Team members.

Key Qualifications/Requirements

  • 2-5 years experience with robots and PLC control systems in a robotic welding process environment, preferably in an industrial automotive setting.
  • High School Diploma or GED and at least a 2-year degree from an accredited technical college or post-secondary school with emphasis on Robotics.
  • Experience with AutoCAD, CAD viewer programs.
  • Familiar with Advanced Product Quality Planning methods.
  • Familiarity with Engineering and Quality practices and procedures including PPAP, blueprint reading, GD&T, use of measuring instruments, checking aids/fixtures, mechanical testing, etc.
  • Experience/knowledge in robotic programming for welding processes.

Key Responsibilities

  • Train all in house skilled trades in a variety of equipment, PM’s and methodologies
  • Ensure that operator safety devices function properly while programming complex robotic systems.
  • Perform preventive or corrective maintenance on robotic systems or components.
  •  Evaluate the efficiency and reliability of industrial robotic systems, reprogramming or calibrating to achieve maximum quantity and quality.
  • Ability to perform electrical diagnosis, recommend repair or repair as needed.
  • Maintain accurate documentation resulting in shared knowledge of issues and lessons learned.
  • Troubleshoot and train others on identifying root causes of equipment failures. Ensure that line is built in accordance to all aspects of the latest version of the build standards.
  • Utilize good working knowledge of all technologies used in the development and build of automated assembly lines. Execute equipment efficiency studies, through time and motion studies, or standard data to ensure effective line balancing.

Additional Information

08--Engineering F--Permanent/Regular 


Nearest Major Market: Columbus

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