Careers

Why iAutomation?

Would you like to join a company that develops innovative products and solutions for industry challenges every day? At i-Automation we are committed to our values, ensuring that each employee can come to work each day utilizing their strengths and talents while collaborating with others to learn and grow.

We want to build our success on sustainable foundations, which is why we are interested in building long-term relationships with our staff, customers, and partners.

Benefits

Medical/dental/vision insurance and employer-funded health care savings account

  • Competitive base salaries, short-term and long-term incentive programs
  • Variable packages including bonus and commission programs
  • Competitive 401(k) match, vacation and holiday time-off
  • Company-sponsored time off for volunteering
  • Short/long-term disability and life insurance
  • Accident Insurance
  • Ample free parking in a low traffic area
  • Employee referral programs

Full Time

Regional Sales Manager Southeast

Location: Southeast

COMPANY

iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for a Regional Sales Manager (technical sales) in the Southeast region. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

DESCRIPTION

The candidate will report to a Director of Sales and be responsible for managing the customers and resources within the territory, Sales Engineers, and having key account responsibility, while executing the iAutomation sales strategy. A successful RSM will drive revenue and margin growth through strategy, management, monitoring, and reporting of sales activity within their team. In addition, you will work with Product Managers, Operations staff, Customer Service teams, and other sales management to assure a positive customer experience. This position requires a high level of activity and use of our CRM system (NetSuite) to manage your territory. A solid understanding of our product and solution offering, as well as the Industrial Automation marketplace is essential.

REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a four-year Engineering degree in a relevant field such as Mechanical or Electrical, with 7+ years’ experience in industrial automation sales. Relevant experience selling similar or related products to our portfolio is a plus. The ability to manage and mentor team members is essential to success in this role. Proven experience in implementing sales strategy, penetrating new potential clients, forming relationships, and growing sales dollars is crucial to your success.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Account Manager, Atlanta Georgia

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

COMPANY

iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for an Account Manager (technical sales) in the Atlanta Georgia area. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

DESCRIPTION

As an Account Manager you will be responsible for the development and implementation of sales strategies and plans to achieve and exceed annual goals and objectives. By establishing solid and longterm OEM Machine Builder and End User business relationships you will combine technical knowledge with sales skills to achieve these goals.

  • Identify opportunities at existing and potential new customers within defined geographical area to meet or exceed annual sales goals and grow market share.
  • Generate, qualify and manage all sales leads, prospects and new customer accounts to meet/exceed agreed team and individual sales objectives.
  • Develop sales strategies and goals for distribution and integration opportunities.
  • Manage designated sales leads, prospects and customer accounts in a manner incumbent with agreed business objectives. Follow-up all sales opportunities (Direct and indirect) on a timely basis. Capture and document all pertinent information in Netsuite (CRM).
  • Manage Key Account relationships and Supplier relationships. This will include collaboration with suppliers, pricing negotiations with both customers and key suppliers.
  • Work closely with iAutomation Customer Relations and Engineering teams to ensure the best solution for the customer.
  • Maintain and report sales forecasts, potential sales, customer feedback and activity plan and other reports, as required.
  • Continuously support the development of strong relationship with key customers. Build and maintain strong relationship with key decision makers.

REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, business, or an equivalent discipline with 5 years’ experience in a technical sales role. Experience selling and supporting industrial automation projects. Experience managing high-value strategic customers. Proven track record of successful business development and strong relationship building skills. Proficiency with MS Office, creating technical sales presentations, proposals, and quotations.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Account Manager, Charlotte, North Carolina

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

COMPANY

iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for an Account Manager (technical sales) in the Charlotte North Carolina area. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

DESCRIPTION

As an Account Manager you will be responsible for the development and implementation of sales strategies and plans to achieve and exceed annual goals and objectives. By establishing solid and longterm OEM Machine Builder and End User business relationships you will combine technical knowledge with sales skills to achieve these goals.

  • Identify opportunities at existing and potential new customers within defined geographical area to meet or exceed annual sales goals and grow market share.
  • Generate, qualify and manage all sales leads, prospects and new customer accounts to meet/exceed agreed team and individual sales objectives.
  • Develop sales strategies and goals for distribution and integration opportunities.
  • Manage designated sales leads, prospects and customer accounts in a manner incumbent with agreed business objectives. Follow-up all sales opportunities (Direct and indirect) on a timely basis. Capture and document all pertinent information in Netsuite (CRM).
  • Manage Key Account relationships and Supplier relationships. This will include collaboration with suppliers, pricing negotiations with both customers and key suppliers.
  • Work closely with iAutomation Customer Relations and Engineering teams to ensure the best solution for the customer.
  • Maintain and report sales forecasts, potential sales, customer feedback and activity plan and other reports, as required.
  • Continuously support the development of strong relationship with key customers. Build and maintain strong relationship with key decision makers.

REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, business, or an equivalent discipline with 5 years’ experience in a technical sales role. Experience selling and supporting industrial automation projects. Experience managing high-value strategic customers. Proven track record of successful business development and strong relationship building skills. Proficiency with MS Office, creating technical sales presentations, proposals, and quotations.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Mechanical Engineer, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

Location: North Attleboro, Massachusetts

COMPANY

iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for a Mechanical Engineer in North Attleboro Massachusetts. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

DESCRIPTION

The Mechanical Engineer will:

  • Research, design, and develop tools, machine controls, equipment, and mechanical processes.
  • Oversee production, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, and development of new, modified, and/or existing systems
  • Work closely with other engineering areas to obtain optimum utilization of equipment.
  • Receive mentoring from more senior engineers.

REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and 3+ years’ experience in design and SolidWorks. Experience quoting mechanical, pneumatic and extrusion assemblies is a plus.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Electronics Technician, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

Location: North Attleboro, Massachusetts

COMPANY

iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for an Electronics Technician in North Attleboro Massachusetts. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

DESCRIPTION

The Electronics Technician is responsible for the assembly of Electrical Control Panels per customer orders.

  • Majority of time will be spent wiring panels therefore it is imperative that candidate be proficient at wiring.
  • Install and wire devices such as switches, meters, analyzers, transmitters, etc.
  • Maintain necessary U.L. & other quality control files.
  • Layout of components in various size cabinets.
  • Mentor junior members of the team
  • May assume lead role on a customer project.

REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Requires a minimum of a High School Education, Technical Certificate in Electrical Controls is desired and 3+ years’ experience in control panel building, wiring, reading schematics and electrical diagrams. Experience using hand tools to drill, tap, and assemble electrical panel is a must. Highly motivated, detail oriented and able to work independently as well as in a team environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Applications Engineer, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

Location: Lakewood Ranch, Florida

DESCRIPTION

The Applications Engineer works with the sales team to develop concepts and proposals, as well as completing the quote sheet from which the proposal pricing stems from. In order to provide meaningful proposals to RND customers, this person must be knowledgeable on both RND’s capabilities and understand RND’s standards and common practices. As a liaison between RND and its customers, this person must also understand, and be able to communicate clearly and concisely, the customer’s needs/expectations to the RND engineering team.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The Electronics Technician is responsible for the assembly of Electrical Control Panels per customer orders.
  • Work directly with customers to understand their processes and develop the best solutions for their requirements based on their request for quote (RFQ)
  • Work with our sales team to professionally represent the company at a customer, gather data, and ask the right questions to define a project
  • Work with our sales, engineering and purchasing departments to develop and quote cost effective and profitable solutions that use cutting edge technologies.
  • Recognize and understand the customer’s needs, make suggestions for possible solutions, and quickly develop budgetary numbers. Accuracy is essential.
  • Typical customer requirements include but are not limited to robotic assembly, machine vision, dial indexing machines, linear motor pick and place, inspection, validation, forming, dispensing etc..
  • Obtaining firm prices and technology recommendations from our stable of vendors.
  • Maintain, improve and ensure the accuracy of our pricing database.
  • Hands on prototype testing or mockups may be required to prove out concepts.
  • Preparation of detailed cost estimates, proposal drawings, concept sketches and proposals.
  • Develop value-added propositions and proposal writing
  • Implement proposal specifications by applying current and possible product designs to customer requirements and performance standards

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

RND Automation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Controller, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

Location:Lakewood Ranch, Florida

DESCRIPTION

The Controller will maintain day to day financial operations of the Lakewood Ranch facility and will support corporate finance, and capital procurement decisions with the guidance of the Chief Financial Officer and President. 

You will support the CFO in all accounting related activities, including management of accounting staff, preparation of financial statements in accordance with U.S. GAAP, and implementation of internal controls. The Controller must be responsible, organized, and detail oriented with exceptional accounting skills and Percentage of Completion experience. 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure Accounting systems encompass all elements for an engineering & manufacturing firm including cash flow analysis, budgeting, CapEx decision making
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly financial statements
  • Prepare a rolling 13-week cash flow forecast on a weekly basis
  • Establish and maintain internal controls to prevent errors in financial statements
  • Manage all aspects of the general ledger
  • Provide monthly, quarterly, and year-end analysis of budget vs. actual results
  • Coordinate the annual budget process
  • Research accounting issues for compliance with U.S. GAAP
  • Prepare and assist with audits.
  • Supervise direct reports in Accounts Receivables and Accounts Payables
  • Tax and regulatory compliance, as well as corporate earning of economic development incentives and R&D tax credits
  • Risk management and risk assessment
  • Works closely with Director of Sales to ensure terms of payment are being met for milestone projects.
  • Other ad-hoc requests, as needed

QUALIFICATIONS

(Minimum required credentials)

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance required, MBA desirable
  • 5+ years of progressive accounting experience
  • Thorough knowledge of U.S. GAAP
  • Strong experience in Percentage of Completion
  • Ability to manage, guide and lead employees
  • Strong communication and organizational skills with the ability to work effectively across organizational and functional boundaries, effective communication with supervisor and subordinates
  • Excellent computer skills, including proficient use of MS Office and above average Excel and PowerPoint skills, and an integrated accounting software package
  • Must demonstrate leadership skills, have a passion for continuous improvement and have a demonstrated ability to handle multiple deadlines and priorities in a changing environment

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

RND Automation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Controls Programmer, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

Location: Lakewood Ranch, Florida

DESCRIPTION

The Controls Programmer works with a team of other electrical and mechanical engineers, to design, debug, and manufacturer custom automation equipment and robotic workcells. To this goal, it is this positions responsibility to utilize RND standards to create PLC, HMI, robot, and vision programs for custom machines. This includes set up of communication devices (DeviceNet, Ethernet etc..) and components as specified by the project designers. This requires following RND standards for both layout and programming functions, as well as helping to set/modify those standards with the team, when needed.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create PLC code, utilizing RND standard modules and custom code where needed
  • Write HMI screens and links, utilizing RND standard modules and custom programming where needed
  • Mapping based on controls provided schematics and project pinning charts
  • Performs test and de-bug and set up of devices
  • Troubleshoot controls and some field wire troubleshooting
  • Utilize proper programming methods and utilize commenting of code
  • Maintain and help to set standards for programming
  • Actively participate in project design reviews and huddles

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

RND Automation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Electro-Mechanical Technician, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

Location:Lakewood Ranch, Florida

DESCRIPTION

The Electro-Mechanical Technician will take on the responsibility for hands on assembly of custom automated, robotic and packaging equipment. While operating under minimal supervision in a manufacturing focused environment, this position will be involved in, but not limited to, machine assembly, machine debug, and material handling. Machine assembly includes the mechanical assembly, in-house panel build, electrical assembly, and the operation of the machine during and after debug, while at RND’s facility. It is this positions responsibility to ensure that projects are completed satisfactorily, on time, and within labor budgets for assembly phase. To support the assembly phase, this position may also attend project design reviews and project huddles. 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Follow company values and always drive forward with the principles of RND’s mission statement and goals.
  • Be able to comprehend and follow the drawings in either the Project Assembly Book, or the Electrical Drawings Package.
  • Assemble, both mechanically or electrically, to the company assembly standards.
  • Troubleshoot machines in regard to their mechanical or electrical assemblies.
  • Use experience to properly align and/or adjust assemblies to ensure they are square and in their proper location.
  • Bring concerns or issues, with solutions if possible, back to the design team for evaluation.
  • Assist with debug of machines utilizing proper flow guidelines (upstream stations before downstream stations, whenever possible).
  • Operate machines, when needed, to assist in debug, customer training, and/or to gain time on a machine at the end of the debug process.
  • At times, be available for customer installs.
  • Keep all work areas organized and free of clutter. This includes putting tools and assemblies away at the end of the day.
  • Actively participate in project design reviews and project huddles.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

RND Automation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Engineering Manager, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

Location: Lakewood Ranch, Florida

DESCRIPTION

The Engineering Manager will manage of all aspects of engineering, including, but not limited to, mechanical design, electrical/controls design, PLC, HMI, robot, & vision programming. This includes a seat on the Management Team. It is the role of this position to provide direction and manage the standards and process for how machines are designed, as well as what components are chosen for the designs. It is the responsibility of this position to ensure that projects are completed satisfactorily, on time, and within budget for the engineering phase. To support the engineering phase, this position will also attend all project design reviews and most project huddles. 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Assess, manage, and delegate mechanical and electrical resources with the assistance of the Mechanical & Controls Lead Engineers.
    • Provide vision on product technical roadmap, and develop employees and technology in critical areas.
    • Discuss and follow-up on project progress with Director of Operations, ensuring employees deliver on their commitments;
    • Define guidelines governing the team’s methods and standards and challenge their relevancy and enforce the process.
    • Oversee the development, design, and implement control strategies for robots and other automation equipment using PLCs, motion controllers, and industrial PCs
    • Assist with and oversee the selection of outside sources, electrical drives, motors, robots, slides, pneumatics and controllers from outside suppliers.
    • Guide the development of specifications for the design of GUIs and other HMIs
    • Develop and enforce design and coding processes, design reviews, and verification plans
    • Read, evaluate, and adhere to customer equipment specifications, in house proposals, and standard processes.
    • Assess and mentor Engineering Staff – Provide Educational Development and Cross-training path for team members.
    • Prepare and implement reviews for primary and secondary reports.
    • Act as part of the Management Team for furthering RND’s goals and future development.
    • Actively participate in project design reviews and project huddles.

QUALIFICATIONS

    • Minimum of 3 years experience as a Engineering Lead or Manager
    • Minimum of 10 years experience designing Horizontal and/or Vertical Form Fill and Seal Equipment. Experience in custom automation assembly machinery, robotics and other industrial machinery is a major plus.
    • Knowledge of film chemsity, heat, pressure, and time requirements for the production of thermoformed rigid and flexible packages.
    • While the Engineering Manager does not have to be an expert programmer, knowledge of Allen Bradley control systems and I/O communication is required.
    • Should be an expert at reducing costs through simplifications, standardization and make/buy decisions when designing industrial machinery.
    • Ability to work with sales, supply chain, and manufacturing departments to ensure a closed loop system of documentation and standardization of machinery.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
→ Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
→ Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

RND Automation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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Manufacturing Manager, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

Location: North Attleboro, Massachusetts

COMPANY

iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for a Manufacturing Manager in North Attleboro Massachusetts. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

DESCRIPTION

The Manufacturing Manager responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day management of the manufacturing operation in the North Attleboro facility. Includes direct supervisory responsibility of 4-7 team leaders
  • Management of the activities of 20-40 production staff through the day-to-day direction of Team
  • Leaders

  • Oversight of production processes
  • Ensure on-time delivery performance
  • Identify and act on opportunities to improve efficiency and/or to reduce costs.
  • Monitor product quality performance
  • Participate in establishment / revision of quality control standards.
  • Negotiate / re-negotiate delivery schedules, as necessary
  • Establish and maintain labor standards
  • Organizing the routine maintenance, repair, and calibration of production equipment
  • Hire, train, and supervise team leaders and production staff
  • Assure the production team follows workplace safety program and often setting the safety standard in the production cells
  • Provide and report manufacturing data by compiling, initiating, sorting, and analyzing production performance records and data, answering questions, and responding to requests
  • Report manufacturing performance metrics to the Senior Leadership Staff
  • Maintains safe and clean work environment
  • Maintain healthy working relationships with other departments in the organization to maximize workflow and efficiencies
  • Manage the production department budget
  • Generate and recommend additional sales by identifying customer opportunities
  • Generate and recommend additional sales due to command of product knowledge
  • Product selection
  • Quote follow up including answering customer questions on pricing, product and lead time
  • Margin adjustments as needed within designated approval matrix
  • Identify customer needs for overall customer satisfaction
  • Meet company sales goals
  • Recognize and resolve customer needs including selecting and explaining the best solution for the customer and expediting corrections or adjustments
  • Proactive customer service
  • Work with other departments to exceed customer expectations
  • Generate and review reports as needed to meet customer demands (e.g. Open Orders, Late Orders)
  • Build and maintain sustainable customer and internal department relationships
  • Recognizing and documenting Sales Leads
  • REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS

    Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology, Engineering, Business Administration, or Business Management preferred with 8+ years of relevant production floor and personnel management experience. Working knowledge of business and management principles, personnel management practices, production and manufacturing processes and techniques, process improvement, machines and tools, engineering and technology principles and practices, raw materials quality systems and standards and health and safety standards and compliance.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    → Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
    → Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

    iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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    Quality Engineer, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

    Location: Lakewood Ranch, Florida

    COMPANY

    iAutomation, a high technology distributor of industrial automation components, has an immediate opening for a Manufacturing Manager in North Attleboro Massachusetts. iAutomation’s product offering includes machine control, motion control, sensing and vision, safety systems, mechanical components and stages. We offer engineered systems and services to provide OEM and end user customers a complete automation solution.

    DESCRIPTION

    As the Quality Engineer you will:

    • Collect, analyze, and summarize data in order to drive continuous improvement.
    • Develop & analyze data to support the development of new product specifications.
    • Follow the PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) .
    • Using new product specifications, develop a method to assess new product quality & reliability prior to production release.
    • Maintain Calibration and Measurement systems used to assess product quality.
    • Ensure Customer Complaints are addressed, resolved and communicated to the customer in a timely manner.
    • Maintain Corrective and Preventative Action (CPAR) process to ensure Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and identified solution is in place and effective.
    • Ensure Supplier Corrective Action Reports (SCAR) are effective and resolved in a timely manner.
    • Provide and oversee Inspection activities for products throughout production cycle.
    • Collaborate with Department Managers to maintain & revise QMS documentation as necessary to maintain ISO 9001 registration.
    • Complete any Customer or 3rd Party Audit Corrective Action Requests in a timely manner.
    • Conduct Supplier and / or Internal Audits as needed.
    • Ensure effective communication of iAutomation’s Quality Policy to all personnel within company.
    • Develop and implement Quality Training programs.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with 5+ years of experience in quality engineering, quality assurance, or a similar role.

    • Experience in using QA tools and processes
    • Excellent PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) experience
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • ASQ certification preferred
    • Experience working in the automation / machine control industry is a plus
    • Time management skills, prioritize responsibilities
    • Computer skills; Excel, Word, Outlook
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Work in a fast-paced-team environment

    REQUIREMENTS & ADDITIONAL DETAILS

    Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology, Engineering, Business Administration, or Business Management preferred with 8+ years of relevant production floor and personnel management experience. Working knowledge of business and management principles, personnel management practices, production and manufacturing processes and techniques, process improvement, machines and tools, engineering and technology principles and practices, raw materials quality systems and standards and health and safety standards and compliance.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    → Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
    → Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

    iAutomation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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    Engineering Manager, Lakewood Ranch, Florida

    Location: Lakewood Ranch, Florida

    DESCRIPTION

    The Mechanical Design Engineer works with a team of other electrical and mechanical engineers, to design, debug, and manufacturer packaging equipment and custom automation. To this goal, it is this positions responsibility to brainstorm mechanical concepts, create mechanical designs in 3D software, detail design parts, create a BOM for purchasing, analyze and correct redline prints, troubleshoot and debug mechanical designs, and determine material and component specifications based on job requirements. This requires following RND standards for both process and component selection, as well as helping to set/modify those standards with the team, when needed. 

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Develop all aspects of the mechanical design, utilizing Solidworks or AutoDesk Inventor.
    • Perform all calculations required to determine what components are required for the function of the machine.
    • Detail manufactured/machined parts per RND detailing standards. Redline parts as requested from the assembly process.
    • Keep current and apply all safety and mechanical regulations as required by the location of the machine as well as the customer’s specifications.
    • Select components for the machines based on customer standards, RND’s standards, and per project proposal, using good practice and being conscious of project budget.
    • Develop new procedures to reduce mechanical assembly phase timeline.
    • Act as the technical liaison between design and assembly to solve technical problems related to mechanical design.
    • Create mechanical bill of materials
    • Perform test, de-bug and set up of devices
    • Utilize proper design techniques and follow ANSI guidelines
    • Work with assembly team to ensure designs are being assembled as intended
    • Maintain and help to set standards for mechanical component selection and use
    • Actively participate in project design reviews and huddles

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    → Please email your resume to mperkins@i-automation.com
    → Principals ONLY – No Recruiters Please

    RND Automation Supports Equal Opportunity Employment & Diversity

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