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Sr. Equipment Engineer, Electronics 45981

Company Name:
Systems Technology International(STI), Inc
Location :Effingham, IL
Designing, developing, and setting-up new equipment on the manufacturing floor;
Providing technical support to engineering and manufacturing to establish and maintain production processes;
Reviewing and approving concept drawings for new equipment;
Determining initial equipment capability through trials and evaluations at the vendor prior to delivery;
Providing technical support for continuous improvement of production equipment and processes;
Evaluating and recommending vendors for selection and approval;
Providing technical training and support to new equipment engineers;
Providing and managing tasks and projects for Equipment Engineering Technicians.
EDUCATION: 4-year degree required; Engineering, Industrial Technology, or related disciplines.
REQUIRED SKILLS:
4+ years of experience in a manufacturing environment;
Automotive manufacturing experience preferred;
Knowledge/experience with CAD preferred;
Mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical aptitude;
Analytical and problem solving skills;
Organizational and planning skills;
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
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