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Field Engineer

Job Ref: # EB-1380925308
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 10:41:08 AM
City, State: Charlotte, NC
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000


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Position Details:
Title: Field Engineer
Location: Charlotte, NC
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75-85K depending on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75% travel

Position Description:

The Field Engineer, Power Delivery role, will provide direction and assistance to the work group to meet assigned objectives. Responsibility includes performing installation, troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance on electrical distribution equipment.

• Provide knowledge of and conduct work activities in compliance with the company HSE
(Health, Safety and Environment), Company Way, and Safety Manual & Safety policy always.
• Be responsible for hands-on execution of projects including Startup, commissioning, troubleshooting, engineering, design, and repair of Power Delivery equipment in respective area; Power Delivery includes transformers, switchgear, OCBs, Circuit
• Breakers, busways, UPS, ATS, PLCs, Relays, Power Management Controls systems and other Power related equipment & controls.
• Lead outages with other field engineers, technicians, and contractors including project management, lead site engineer or site project manager. Perform administrative functions such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheet, and expense sheets on a complete timely,and thorough basis.
• Perform administrative functions in a timely manner that are associated with your work, such as writing technical reports, ordering necessary materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheets, expense tracking sheets, and cost control activities. Such tasks must be completed on a timely, and thorough basis.

• Demonstrated & ability to build strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with minimum supervision, with strong business
• Computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.

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Equipment Maintenance Technician

Job Ref: # EB-1746632058
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Siler City, NC
Salary: $28 - $33


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Position Details:
• Title: Equipment Maintenance Technician (Level 2 and Level 3)
• Location: Siler City, NC
• Shift: 12-hour shifts
• Front End Days (Sun/M/T/every other W)
• Back End Days (every other W/T/F/Sat)
• Compensation: Starting hourly rate is dependent upon experience but will range from $28-33
• 5% shift differential for days
• Guaranteed overtime
• Annual performance & merit bonus
• Benefits: comprehensive medical/dental insurance plan, 401K retirement plan with matching, employee assistance program, tuition assistance, paid time off (PTO), restricted stock units.
• Travel: None
Position Description: As an Equipment Maintenance Technician, you will you preform regular corrective, preventative and predictive maintenance on semiconductor tools. You will troubleshoot to solve mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic equipment problems alongside regular maintenance tasks such as calibration, equipment cleaning, and routine servicing. You will use computer maintenance systems for inventory and work scheduling, handle some gases and chemicals, and communicate with all support team members. This job will also require you to dismantle, repair, and assemble equipment utilizing layout plans, blueprints, rough sketches, etc. The functions of this role work in tandem with equipment and process engineers to understand interactions and limitations for operating specifications.
Requirements: This position requires 2-5 years of electrical and mechanical experience (military experience equivalent). You should be able to work for 12-hours in a fast-paced environment, have strong manual dexterity, troubleshooting experience, and a hands-on mechanical aptitude. Knowledge and proper use of hand tools and a team player mentality are also vital to this role. A strong electronics or electrical background and a 2-year technical degree (or military equivalent) are a plus!

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Production Supervisor

Job Ref: # EB-3852139430
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Three Rivers, MI
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000


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Position Details:
• Title: Production Supervisor
• Location: Three Rivers, MI
• Shift: 1st and 2nd shifts available with flexible work hours including overtime as required on weekends and holidays. The ideal candidate will have open shift availability with flexibility to work other shifts, weekends, and holidays as required.
• Travel: none
• Compensation: $75k -$85k +bonus
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation:
• Benefits: Health Care, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, FSA, HSA, An Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Wellness Programs, 401(k) Match, Retirement Contribution (ARC), Tuition Assistance, Paid Holidays, Short-Term Incentive Program, Discount Programs, Wage Adjustments, Life and Disability Insurance

Position Description: Production Supervisors oversee production and coordinate with leaders of production support staff to review production floor performance. In addition, they coordinate the planning, scheduling, setup, and running of production activities. Supervisors also own the dispersal and distribution of materials for production and maintain labor and material requirements to meet the daily production schedule. The ideal candidate will be a strong leader, have experience in an automotive manufacturing environment, and have availability to support the production teams on 2nd/3rd shifts, overtime, weekends and holidays.

This Supervisor would supervise production associate outcomes by selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, and counseling associates; presenting job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job contributions; recommending compensation actions; adhering to policies and procedures.
Other tasks include: Maintaining production processes by observing process volumes; recommending process adjustments, completing production processes by monitoring progress; expediting material flow and work results; resolving problems, improving process workflow by eliminating stoppages; analyzing delays; testing new methods, recording production by completing daily shift production reports; calculating yields and recoveries, maintaining process flow by communicating production status, requirements, and problems to next shift.
The Supervisor would maintain working relationship with union, where applicable, by complying with the terms of the (CBA), maintain safe, secure, and healthy production process environment by adhering to organization standards and policies, and to legal regulations; alerting others regarding potential concerns, contribute to production process and organization success by welcoming related, different, and new requests; helping others accomplish job results.

• High School Diploma or equivalent required.
• 2+ years of experience as a manufacturing floor supervisor required; automotive industry preferred.
• Experience working in a union environment preferred.
• Availability to work overtime and weekends as requested.

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Field Service Engineer, Ports

Job Ref: # EB-5842534563
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Charleston, SC
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000


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Position Details:
Title: Field Service Engineer, Ports
Location: Charleston, SC
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75K-90K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel : 80% - primarily in the US. There will be International travel to South America and Asia.

Position Description :

As a Field Service Engineer (FSE), Ports, you will be responsible for planning and executing, with minimal professional guidance, complex technical field assignments involving the installation, modification, test, inspection or repair of company products and equipment.

• Installs, modifies, tests, repairs, or inspects company products and equipment including, but not limited to: PLCs, Drives, human machine interfaces, automation, rotating machinery, low voltage and medium voltage circuit breakers, transformers, switchgear, and/or protection relays.
• Interprets technical drawings and schematics and makes changes as necessary in the field to reflect work carried out on site.
• Increases product and technical knowledge through factory or third-party training, technical manuals, and conventional or non-conventional resources.
• Troubleshoot and repair equipment, applying personal knowledge and experience.
• Works closely with project managers to coordinate site activity. Assume the role of site manager on some smaller projects.
• Records, compiles, and reduces data for analysis and assists in the subsequent assessment and reporting.
• Leads assigned field services: responsible for planning, analysis and reporting of projects ranging in complexity from simple to advanced.


• Familiarity with PLC’s, low and medium voltage circuit breakers, motors and MV power distribution preferred.
• Ability to obtain a Transportation Workers Identification Card [TWIC].

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Instrumentation and Controls Technician

Job Ref: # EB-2344063483
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 7:50:07 AM
City, State: Sacramento, CA
Salary: $39 - $48


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Position Details:
Under the direction of the Chief Operating Engineer/ District Manager, participates in the modification of automatic control and instrumentation systems at Company located on clients’ sites within assigned territory. Analyzes malfunctions of instrument and control systems, prepares reports on metering, and tracks preventive maintenance records. Provides engineering services for various projects and design changes.

Title: Instrumentation and Controls Technician
Location: Ideally living in the SF East Bay/Sacramento region
• 2nd preference is SoCal (LA/OC)
• Would consider Phoenix, AZ
Shift or Travel: Percentage: 50% on average
• Extended site support can vary if needed (3 weeks)
• Mileage reimbursement or vehicle rental provided.
• May issue company vehicle if expected mileage is 10K annually.
• Expense card provided for any travel/daily expenses.
Compensation: $35 - $40+/hr. DOEQ w/ OT expected *Guaranteed 40 hours per week
Benefits: • Health & Life Insurance • Paid Vacation & Sick Time • Paid Holidays • Parental Leave • 401(k) Plan • Flexible Spending Accounts • AD&D Insurance • Disability Insurance
Vaccine Requirement: No

• Develops procedures and methods for the diagnosis and resolution of instrumentation problems.
• Prepares estimates, justifications, details, and specifications for instrumentation plant betterment projects including supervision and coordination of these activities.
• Coordinates the preventive maintenance and general maintenance for the Plant Control System.
• Coordinates the preventive maintenance for all customer metering. Assists in the programming and calculation development of metering.
• Responsible for the documentation and tracking of all PLCs in the plant including software development, programming, and calibration.
• Provides necessary technical assistance to Engineering staff in the supervision of electrical installations.
• Must observe and comply with all standard safety codes and practices and perform work in accordance with recognized trade and company standards and, where applicable, local, state, and federal laws.
• Must participate in mandatory training and other programs.

Qualifications: The job can be physically demanding, involving movement of heavy equipment, and carrying materials up and down stairs. Candidates should be able to lift and maneuver a 50-lbs. load.
Education, Skills, and Abilities:
• Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering Technology preferred.
• Three to five years’ experience in process plant instrumentation and control systems.
• Must have three years’ experience in DCS and computer control systems. Experience with Allen Bradley ControlLogix and Woodward Turbine Control systems is preferred.
• Must possess a high degree of professionalism.
• Ability to work well independently, and effectively with others, daily.
• Detail oriented, with the ability to take direction.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize work effectively.
• A willingness to acquire new skills and utilize technology to streamline processes and problem solve is essential.
• PREFERENCES: Some supervisory experience is desirable.

• Requires strong PC skills including knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Office, and basic understanding of database concepts and reporting tools.
• High level of proficiency with database, spreadsheet, email, and word processing software required: specifically, MS Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
• Experience with internet search engines is a plus. Proficient in Lock-out/Tag-out (LOTO) Program.

• Must be able to work, infrequently, in extremes of hot and cold temperatures and inclement weather conditions.
• Must be able to tolerate dust and other airborne particles and other materials such as diesel and lube oils.
• When working in the physical plant the employee will be required to wear personal protective equipment because of his/her work around potential hazards such as loud noise, airborne particles, vibration, and hazardous materials. This protective equipment includes, but is not limited to, safety eyewear, footwear, hard hat, hearing protection, and possibly gloves.
• Under certain conditions, while working in the plant, may be required to wear a respirator - respirators are required in specified areas, therefore the employee will be issued with and trained in the proper use of this equipment.
• May require stooping, bending, climbing, reaching, and carrying; intermittent lifting of less than 50 lbs.
• Must be able to work from ladders, scaffolds, and high lifts, on an occasional basis.
• Able to present service solutions that meet customer needs.

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Parts Advisor

Job Ref: # EB-1571668865
Date Posted: 5/8/2024 4:01:46 PM
City, State: Mountain Top, PA
Salary: $20 - $20


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Position Details:
• Title: Parts Advisor
• Location: Mountain Top, PA (near Scranton / Wilkes-Barre)
• Travel/Schedule: You generally will work standard day-shift hours Mon-Fri, though plenty of optional overtime is available.
o In-office training period followed by a transition to a hybrid role (3 days in/2 days out). Must be a commutable distance from the location.
• Compensation: Starting base rate ~$20.00/hr (some leeway for industry experience)
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: salary increases every six months (typically around $1.00/hr - $1.50/hr) for first three years; annual incentive bonus (~7% - 10%)
• Benefits: Company offers an industry-standard, comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical / Dental Insurance; Life / AD&D Insurance; Flexible Spending Accounts; Short- and Long-Term Disability; Vacation/Vacation Purchase; 11 annual holidays; Tuition Assistance; 401K with employer match; etc
Position Description: The primary focus of this role is to provide superlative service and support to customers and to improve customer relationships and satisfaction through the processing of parts and repair orders and pricing for all products. Some specific responsibilities include:
• Place orders and generate job sheets to be sent to the shop to manufacture product to fill order request.
• Communicate with customers verbally and in writing.
• Provide order status, tracking information and ship date information to customers and others.
• Release existing quotes for fabrication.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Responds to customer request regarding parts, quotes, and rders including status on all products provided by CornellCookson.
• Assist in other areas as necessary and work cooperatively with others to help achieve departmental and organizational goals
In order to be successful in this role you MUST have exceptional customer service skills and a positive attitude, coupled with tremendous organizational and multi-tasking skills. Familiarity and competence with computer programs such as MS Office (Excel, Word, etc) is critical.

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Field Service Engineer

Job Ref: # EB-9454974515
Date Posted: 5/8/2024 8:50:11 AM
City, State: Atlanta, GA
Salary: $70,000 - $80,000


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Position Details:
Title: Field Service Engineer
Location: Atlanta, GA
Shift: Daytime hours mainly Monday-Friday with occasional evening or weekend.
Compensation: $70k- S80k depending on experience + structured OT for salary
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation – Quarterly bonuses and car allowance, Interactive and dedicated training and support, tuition reimbursement, helps new hires get certified in Lean Six Sigma Black Belts with additional assistance for PMP, PE and other relatable certifications

Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental and life insurance, company matching 401K, paid Holidays, PTO
Travel: Up to 70% overnight can be expected, typically a 100-mile radius

Position Description:
Provide field support on Company equipment both in and outside of assigned territory as required. Install, remove, repair, upgrade, and perform preventative maintenance with a high level of skill, detail, and account management.
Responsible for providing field support on Company equipment in and out of an assigned territory.
Maintains a high level of White Glove Service and Customer Interaction.
Focus on precise and detailed Service Reporting.
Provide field support on Company equipment including installs, repairs, upgrades, preventive maintenance, workshop/show support and removal of equipment.
Proficiency in laser technology.
Maintains an average repeat call rate of 5 % or less.
Responsible for all daily logistical matters and departmental tasks as assigned.
Maintains personal inventory location with 5 % variance.
Weekend work required to support trade shows, workshops, and customer repairs. Must be able to travel on Sunday night for an early Monday service call as required.
Responsible to provide a high level of communication to Dispatching, their Regional Manager and customers.
Focus of this position is to attain a high level of performance in customer service, repair work and a strong focus on developing account management skills.

Trade school certification, military certifications, etc. all required
5+ years’ experience in electronics troubleshooting
Ability to read and interpret schematics
Ability to work with other employees as a team.
The importance of your professional demeanor and ability to sell yourself cannot be overstated. This company knows you are most likely coming into this role with no previous corporate service experience, but they also know that military candidates bring a unique skill set to the table, so it’s up to you show you can make that leap. Company is looking for commitment to their culture and core values, (sound familiar?), show them how much that means to you as well.

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Motive Service Technician 1

Job Ref: # EB-1787136685
Date Posted: 5/8/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Fort Wayne, IN
Salary: $20 - $24


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Title: Motive Service Technician 1
Location: Fort Wayne, IN
Shift: Monday – Friday | 1st Shift
Compensation: $20 - $24/ hour + OT (depending on experience)
Benefits: Health, Dental, Life, and Supplemental Insurances available; Paid time off (PTO) – 3 weeks (15 days) prorated; paid holidays; up to 4% 401K match
Travel: Occasional overnight travel to customer sites may be required.

Position Description | Motive Service Technician 1
The Motive Service Technician Level I is responsible for basic service and installation of Motive Service systems and chargers. The role requires local territory travel to customer locations to troubleshoot errors and communicate proper battery care to the consumer.

This is an entry level position that will uniquely position you for future career progression.

Responsibilities Include:
Test and evaluate customer's batteries in a timely manner, while maintaining a safe working environment.
Prepare evaluation reports and make repairs on-site at customer location when possible.
Prepare batteries and chargers for shipment, including rentals, demos, RMA, new and returns.
Perform cell teardowns as required by warranty.
Maintain organization of shop, warehouse, and inventory of parts, supplies, and cells
Promote the sale of products and services provided by the company while on-site at customer location.
Travel to customer locations as assigned by Service Coordinator
Prepare scrap batteries for shipment.
Load and unload shipments.
Complete paperwork regarding services performed as required within ServiceMax.

The ideal candidate has 2+ years of experience in the battery industry or related experience with basic electric/mechanical knowledge. You should also have basic knowledge of series electrical circuit, be able to read electrical schematics, and have experience with basic testing gauges such as Voltage Meter, Oscilloscopes, Multi-meters, and Hydrometers.

Additional Requirements Include:
Ability to pressure test cells.
Perform solid burns on battery straps.
Understand battery, watering, charging, discharging, gassing, over discharged, and overcharged.
Understand the operation and use of battery wash cabinet.

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Maintenance Mechanic

Job Ref: # EB-1403416675
Date Posted: 5/8/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Naperville, IL
Salary: $36 - $36


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Position Details:
Title: Maintenance Mechanic
Location: Naperville, IL
Shift: 2nd/3rd available.
Compensation: $36/hr, w/OT W2 over $100k

Benefits: fully paid medical BCBS, Group life insurance and Savings plan.13 paid holidays, PTO, 401(k) w/6% match.
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description:
As a Maintenance Mechanic, you'll play a crucial role in ensuring the continuous operation of our manufacturing equipment. As part of our team, you'll be responsible for diagnosing, repairing, and maintaining various machinery to uphold safety standards and optimize production efficiency. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 2 years' experience in industrial maintenance, possess strong problem-solving skills, and demonstrate a commitment to excellence in maintaining equipment integrity.

The ideal candidate for this position will demonstrate schedule flexibility, including availability to work weekdays and weekends across 2nd, and 3rd shifts. Additionally, candidates should possess a minimum of 2 years of experience as a mechanic in an industrial setting, with specific experience in manufacturing environments. We're seeking individuals with strong problem-solving skills and the ability to effectively repair and replace defective parts and equipment. A military background will set you apart to the Hiring Manager.

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Site General Manager

Job Ref: # EB-4679941378
Date Posted: 5/8/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Baltimore, MD
Salary: $150,000 - $165,000


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Position Details:
• Title: Site General Manager
• Location: Baltimore, MD - University of Maryland Proton Therapy Center
• Schedule: Monday through Friday, daytime hours
• Compensation: $150K to $165K + bonus
• Benefits: Company recognizes that employees have different needs and offers a flexible benefit programs that allow employees to tailor the coverage that best meets their needs. A core level of benefits is provided, with the option for employees to choose from an array of additional benefits.
• Travel: Minimal

Position Description:
• Manages an individual or pair of proton therapy sites with each site assigned a staff of field service engineers. Any multi-site assignment will be within a regional geographical area.
• Responsible for establishing site budgets, monitoring financial performance, and ensuring revenue objectives are met.
• Directs the coordination of technical and administrative support activities including system installation, commissioning, corrective and preventative maintenance, and engineering change upgrades to provide the highest level of service, maximize customer satisfaction and achieve financial objectives.
• Performs all required management responsibilities including but not limited to implementing the company's policies, programs, and guidelines; ensuring employee productivity, growth, and training; managing resources; knowing Company's business; and maintaining functional, technical, and external market awareness necessary for managing immediate organization.
• Analyzes operational processes, escalation procedures and performs training needs assessments for identifying opportunities for service delivery improvements and value add to the customer.
• Responsible for meeting and adhering to all contractual obligations. Ensures that all deliverables are met and will coordinate with all parties to fulfill requirements.
• Responsible for coordination of escalation process for clinical down time events and/or project delays.
• Establishes contact and communication with customers on all aspects of the proton therapy equipment.
• Establishes defined contacts within Company to address customer concerns with non-proton therapy support equipment.
• Follows both company and local safety policies.
• Participates in the resolution of customer concerns and defining and developing a customer strategy.
• Manages and/or ensures the site(s) shift schedule to fulfill the contractual obligations and coordinates required resources for system down events, major planned maintenance, and modifications.
• Expected to coordinate with site technical leads and regional product support engineers to ensure staffing and support requirements.
• Accountable for the quality of documentation and reporting for site performance.
• Ensures that assigned site(s) are performing the analysis of system data and the ordering of stock and spare parts, to ensure all materials are available for scheduled and emergency service and maintenance activities within the agreed budgets.
• Ensures that the Site Team establishes and maintains communications with the GFO (Global Field Operations) and regional teams.
• Ensures proper methods of team communication are established and takes immediate corrective actions to address deficiencies. Such communication includes, but not limited to, shift assignments, ancillary support roles and shift to shift status reports.
• Coaches team on the quality of documentation and reports that are provided according to the processes in place.

• Bachelor's Degree or equivalent 10 years of related experience.
• 5 years of management experience or supervisory equivalent.
• Demonstrated soft skills such as interpersonal communication, listening, time management, problem-solving, leadership and empathy.
• Strong in building and maintaining successful and effective working relationships with direct reports, management peers and other colleagues.
• Ability, competence, and confidence to lead diverse teams and build strong teams to create a collaborative and customer focused environment.
• Proficient in utilizing business tools such as Microsoft Office Applications.
• Fluency in English, both written and spoken.
• Excellent communication skills, ability to speak and present publicly.
• Comprehensive understanding of process, technical design, and quality objectives.
• Experience with technical systems in a regulated medical device organization.

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