The Automation Technician is responsible for and assists in the implementation of projects within the normal plant operations as well as troubleshooting and support of existing equipment, monitoring, and control systems and processes. Many projects involve PLC, operator interface, Fanuc Robot programming, data collection, and safety-related control systems.
· PLC experience is required. HMI experience a plus.
· Electrical troubleshooting experience is required.
· Experience with vision systems preferred. Knowledge of LabView is a plus.
· Capable of hands-on electrical and mechanical troubleshooting and repair for manufacturing equipment. Requirements include LOTO, hands-on diagnostic ability (setpoint determination/adjustment), appropriate use of hand tools and test equipment.
· Good written and oral communication skills.
· Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
· Ability to work quickly and accurately under stress when equipment is down.
· Possess exceptional attention to detail.
Performance Plastics – www.performanceplastics.com
Performance Plastics has molded PEEK since the material was first introduced in the early 1980’s and we have extensive experience injection molding Torlon, various fluoropolymers (e.g. PFA, FEP, PVDF, ETFE, etc.) and other high performance thermoplastic compounds. Further, our company is one of the few able to injection mold fluoropolymers using 8 cavity, high volume molds with hot runner systems to produce thin walled intricate parts.
Pexco (Parent Company) – www.pexco.com
Pexco is a leading component supplier across a variety of industrial end markets and applications with production facilities in the US, Mexico, and Canada. The Company is primarily engaged in designing and manufacturing not only extruded plastic (commodity to high-performance) tubes and profiles through an expansive twelve-site footprint but also specializes in the injection molding of high-performance polymer parts. In addition, Pexco offers a wide range of differentiated, value-added services, including design, prototyping, die building, sub-assembly, fabrication and supply chain management. Moreover, Pexco has developed deep expertise in processing PTFE rod, tube, sheet, tape, and pipe, as well as in rubber extrusion serving the RV and other industries.
Pexco’s innovative products are utilized in fluid handling, electrical insulation, traffic safety, infrastructure, and lighting applications across aerospace & defense, medical, electronics & semiconductors, mobility, environmental testing, pharmaceuticals, food & beverage, and other high-growth end-markets. The Company sells directly to more than 2,000 customers, including OEMs and end-users, as well as through distribution in certain markets.
Pexco has built an industry-leading reputation through its focus on short-run products with rapid turnarounds, tight tolerances, material science expertise, and a high degree of operational complexity. The company has a proven track record of growing its core segments and entering attractive new verticals over time to gain an increased share of a $10 billion total addressable market.
Pexco’s strategy is to consistently deliver compelling customer value within both our core and strategic market segments. Continuous improvement and ease of doing business (internal and external), remain a consistent operating theme for Pexco.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
Pexco is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status