Mechanical Systems Technicians- (2) automated systems- Greater New Haven, CT

A highly profitable, privately held 30+-year-old manufacturer of custom automated systems reestablished a small satellite operation in Greater New Haven, and they need two additional Mechanical Systems Technicians. They rank #1 or #2 in their niche of custom automated systems worldwide with locations in six countries, and they have a two-year backlog of orders. This company serves a wide range of industries which includes medical, electronics, food, industrial, automotive, security, oil & gas, and nuclear. The aggressive management has put together several partnerships with state-of-art robotics manufacturers. Few company policies are in place. These custom systems incorporate motion control devices, robotics, material handling systems, pneumatics, motor drives, gearboxes, conveyors, high power electronic subsystems and more, all controlled by PLCs and CAN-based controls with proprietary software. You will be assembling, testing, and crating, and shipping one-of-a-kind electromechanical systems—some as large as a room! They estimate about 20% domestic travel for machine installations. Salary depends on level of experience and ranges from $20.00 to $28.00 per hour, and there is currently 10 hours of overtime at time and a half weekly. Benefits include Cigna Basic or HSA, extra pay for opting out of medical coverage, 2 dental plans, vision and disability insurance, wellness program, 9 holidays, 3 weeks vacation after 5 years, auto and computer discounts and a 33.3% company matched 401(k) up to $3,000 annually.
Requires permanent U.S. residency, 2 or more years of mechanical assembly experience in a manufacturing environment, proficiency with hand tools, the ability to read schematics and blueprints, and the availability to work extended hours as workload requires. They would love to get someone who has the ability to operate machining equipment in order to fabricate parts. Interview process includes a criminal background check and drug test.

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