Troy MI Technician

SGS Group Troy , MI 48007

Posted 6 months ago

SUMMARY

The set up, execution, monitoring, recording and documentation of tests

This includes the installation and setup of test articles, fixtures, test equipment, instrumentation and controls.

Maintains a safe and clean work environment.

REPORTING LINE

Directly reports to Laboratory Manager

Dotted reporting line to the daily direction from Lead technicians

SCOPE (FOR MANAGER LEVEL JOBS AND ABOVE)

  • Business Structure Managed: regional/business line, service industry, provide further details

  • Revenue: $________

  • Size of Employee Base: ________

  • Geographic coverage: North America (US, Canada, Mexico) / US, Canada / US (select what applies)

  • Regulatory Environment: complex, dynamic, regulated

  • Customer Base: complex multi-industry across all geographies

  • Budgetary Responsibility: $________, provide details as needed

JOB FUNCTIONS

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Practices safe work practices looks out for safety of others

  • Team Player/ Communication

  • Seeks Responsibility, uses logical and practical approach to solving problems

  • Basic knowledge of the following: closed loop control systems, PID controller functions, data acquisition

and control of test equipment through feedback of various parameters,

(load/force, displacement/stroke, acceleration and strain)

  • Basic knowledge of thermodynamic, electrical and mechanical principles

  • Ability to troubleshoot mechanical electrical and software issues

  • Acute attention to detail with a focus on continuous improvement

  • Capable of following instruction, working in a dynamic environment and performing at a high level

  • Ability to understand engineering concepts and create setups for practical application to work on test equipment

  • Adheres to internal standards, policies and procedures.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervises others: No

  • Has hiring and terminating responsibilities: No

  • Number of employees directly reporting to this job: 0 Supervisory Employees, _0 Non-Supervisory Employees

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Required:

  • High School completion AND

  • Minimum 3 years of experience demonstrating mechanical and electrical aptitude

  • OR equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred:

  • Associates degree in Electrical or Mechanical Technology

  • 2 years of experience in mechanical or electrical technology.

LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS

Describe any licenses or certifications that are either required or helpful for performing the job.

ASE, NATE, Licensed electrician

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES

  • Language Skills:
    English Advanced

  • Mathematical Skills:
    Basic

  • Reasoning Skills/Abilities: Intermediate

  • Computer Skills:
    Office proficiency required,

  • Interpersonal skills: Ability to work independently and coordinate several activities simultaneously.

  • Excellent communications skills written and oral

  • List other knowledge/skills or abilities required/preferred for performing the job.

TRAVEL

  • Travels up to 5_% of time.

  • Traveling between US TRP labs as needed

EQUIPMENT

  • This job is in a hardware testing environment. PPE is required at all times

  • ElectroDynamic shakers

  • High pressure hydraulics (3000) psi

  • Hot gas generators

  • MTS flex, MTS 407 controllers, Vibration Research controls, National Instuments NI programming LVDT, Load Cells, Accelerometers, strain gage data, LVDTs.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB


Physical/Sensory Demands Frequency

Requirements:
  • Stand - constantly

  • Move or traverse Frequently up and down stairs

  • Sit - rarely

  • Use hands

  • Frequently
  • Reach with hands and arms
  • Frequently
  • Climb or balance
  • Occasionally
  • Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl Occasionally

  • Talk/hear

  • Constantly
  • Taste/Smell
  • Constantly
  • Lift/carry/push or pull
  • Frequently
  • Lift/carry/push or pull 50 pounds (if "Lift/carry/push or pull" function is required)

Vision Requirement: keep all that apply

  • Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches/50 centimeters or less)

  • Distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet/6 meters or more)

  • Peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point)

  • Depth perception (three-dimension vision, ability to judge distance and three-dimensional relationships)

  • Ability to adjust focus (ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus)

  • Ability to see color

Auditory Requirements:
select all that apply and provide with details as needed

  • No special auditory requirements

  • Hear soft spoken customer visitors

WORK CONDITIONS / EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Location of the Job: Troyr, Michigan, USA

Work Schedule:

For Non-Exempt roles:

  • Job requires working flexible schedule We run 24/7 and various shifts

Following shifts 1st, 2nd, 3rd and swing. Schedule is determined by Lab Manager


Environmental Conditions

Requirements:
  • Wet or humid (non-weather) conditions
  • None
  • Work near moving mechanical pats
  • Frequently
  • Work in high, precarious places
  • Rarely
  • Fumes or airborne particles
  • Occasionally
  • Toxic or caustic chemicals
  • None
  • Outdoor weather conditions
  • Occasionally
  • Extreme cold (non-weather)
  • None
  • Extreme heat (non-weather)
  • None
  • Risk of electrical shock rarely, Test equipment is powered by electrical power, risk is present use safe work practices and always Lock out tag out before servicing equipment

  • Work with explosives

  • None
  • Risk of radiation
  • None
  • Vibration Frequently, We uses ED shakers to test samples to a vibration exposure

  • exposure to employee is rare

  • Bio-hazard

  • None

Noise level: keep the highest that applies

  • Loud (examples: metal can manufacture department, large earth-moving equipment)

Hearing protection is required in the Laboratory at all times

Other Physical/Work Environmental Exposures:

  • Installatiion of fixtures and test samples

  • Use of hand tools

  • Safe lifting and movement of heavy test fixtures and and test articles

  • Practice safe lifting and moving practices

Employee signature below constitutes employee's understanding of the requirements, essential functions and duties of the position.


ACKNOWLEDGED: Employee Signature

________________________________________ //______

EMPLOYEE: Printed Name Date

NOTE: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without prior notice to the employee.

SUMMARY

The set up, execution, monitoring, recording and documentation of tests

This includes the installation and setup of test articles, fixtures, test equipment, instrumentation and controls.

Maintains a safe and clean work environment.

REPORTING LINE

Directly reports to Laboratory Manager

Dotted reporting line to the daily direction from Lead technicians

SCOPE (FOR MANAGER LEVEL JOBS AND ABOVE)

  • Business Structure Managed: regional/business line, service industry, provide further details

  • Revenue: $________

  • Size of Employee Base: ________

  • Geographic coverage: North America (US, Canada, Mexico) / US, Canada / US (select what applies)

  • Regulatory Environment: complex, dynamic, regulated

  • Customer Base: complex multi-industry across all geographies

  • Budgetary Responsibility: $________, provide details as needed

JOB FUNCTIONS

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Practices safe work practices looks out for safety of others

  • Team Player/ Communication

  • Seeks Responsibility, uses logical and practical approach to solving problems

  • Basic knowledge of the following: closed loop control systems, PID controller functions, data acquisition

and control of test equipment through feedback of various parameters,

(load/force, displacement/stroke, acceleration and strain)

  • Basic knowledge of thermodynamic, electrical and mechanical principles

  • Ability to troubleshoot mechanical electrical and software issues

  • Acute attention to detail with a focus on continuous improvement

  • Capable of following instruction, working in a dynamic environment and performing at a high level

  • Ability to understand engineering concepts and create setups for practical application to work on test equipment

  • Adheres to internal standards, policies and procedures.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervises others: No

  • Has hiring and terminating responsibilities: No

  • Number of employees directly reporting to this job: 0 Supervisory Employees, _0 Non-Supervisory Employees

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Required:

  • High School completion AND

  • Minimum 3 years of experience demonstrating mechanical and electrical aptitude

  • OR equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred:

  • Associates degree in Electrical or Mechanical Technology

  • 2 years of experience in mechanical or electrical technology.

LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS

Describe any licenses or certifications that are either required or helpful for performing the job.

ASE, NATE, Licensed electrician

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES

  • Language Skills:
    English Advanced

  • Mathematical Skills:
    Basic

  • Reasoning Skills/Abilities: Intermediate

  • Computer Skills:
    Office proficiency required,

  • Interpersonal skills: Ability to work independently and coordinate several activities simultaneously.

  • Excellent communications skills written and oral

  • List other knowledge/skills or abilities required/preferred for performing the job.

TRAVEL

  • Travels up to 5_% of time.

  • Traveling between US TRP labs as needed

EQUIPMENT

  • This job is in a hardware testing environment. PPE is required at all times

  • ElectroDynamic shakers

  • High pressure hydraulics (3000) psi

  • Hot gas generators

  • MTS flex, MTS 407 controllers, Vibration Research controls, National Instuments NI programming LVDT, Load Cells, Accelerometers, strain gage data, LVDTs.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB


Physical/Sensory Demands Frequency

Requirements:
  • Stand - constantly

  • Move or traverse Frequently up and down stairs

  • Sit - rarely

  • Use hands

  • Frequently
  • Reach with hands and arms
  • Frequently
  • Climb or balance
  • Occasionally
  • Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl Occasionally

  • Talk/hear

  • Constantly
  • Taste/Smell
  • Constantly
  • Lift/carry/push or pull
  • Frequently
  • Lift/carry/push or pull 50 pounds (if "Lift/carry/push or pull" function is required)

Vision Requirement: keep all that apply

  • Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches/50 centimeters or less)

  • Distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet/6 meters or more)

  • Peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point)

  • Depth perception (three-dimension vision, ability to judge distance and three-dimensional relationships)

  • Ability to adjust focus (ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus)

  • Ability to see color

Auditory Requirements:
select all that apply and provide with details as needed

  • No special auditory requirements

  • Hear soft spoken customer visitors

WORK CONDITIONS / EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Location of the Job: Troyr, Michigan, USA

Work Schedule:

For Non-Exempt roles:

  • Job requires working flexible schedule We run 24/7 and various shifts

Following shifts 1st, 2nd, 3rd and swing. Schedule is determined by Lab Manager


Environmental Conditions

Requirements:
  • Wet or humid (non-weather) conditions
  • None
  • Work near moving mechanical pats
  • Frequently
  • Work in high, precarious places
  • Rarely
  • Fumes or airborne particles
  • Occasionally
  • Toxic or caustic chemicals
  • None
  • Outdoor weather conditions
  • Occasionally
  • Extreme cold (non-weather)
  • None
  • Extreme heat (non-weather)
  • None
  • Risk of electrical shock rarely, Test equipment is powered by electrical power, risk is present use safe work practices and always Lock out tag out before servicing equipment

  • Work with explosives

  • None
  • Risk of radiation
  • None
  • Vibration Frequently, We uses ED shakers to test samples to a vibration exposure

  • exposure to employee is rare

  • Bio-hazard

  • None

Noise level: keep the highest that applies

  • Loud (examples: metal can manufacture department, large earth-moving equipment)

Hearing protection is required in the Laboratory at all times

Other Physical/Work Environmental Exposures:

  • Installatiion of fixtures and test samples

  • Use of hand tools

  • Safe lifting and movement of heavy test fixtures and and test articles

  • Practice safe lifting and moving practices

Employee signature below constitutes employee's understanding of the requirements, essential functions and duties of the position.


ACKNOWLEDGED: Employee Signature

________________________________________ //______

EMPLOYEE: Printed Name Date

NOTE: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without prior notice to the employee.


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