Manufacturing/Quality Tester 2nd Shift
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The role reports to the Group Lead, Quality Test Engineer and is located in New Berlin, Wisconsin. As a Manufacturing/Quality Tester 2nd Shift, you will be responsible for performing troubleshooting and repairing of manufactured products and test systems ensuring compliance with customer specifications and delivery requirements and all company quality standards
- Perform troubleshooting and repair of complex electric drive and control products per test procedures, using standard and specialized test equipment, ensuring compliance to the quality and delivery metrics.
- Troubleshoot electric drive and control products to locate fault, and complete repairs as required.
- Perform routine repairs and maintenance of test systems and equipment.
- Assist in the training of test technicians and operators of test equipment.
- Prioritize workload to ensure product deliveries met per master production schedule.
- Perform a Gage R&R to help determine if a measurement system is out of control.
- Select and/or construct required test jigs or specialized test equipment.
- Ensure completion and maintenance of all required paperwork, records, documentation, and reports.
- Participate in continuous product and process cross training programs.
- Continuously review manufacturing processes and recommend improvements to increase productivity and quality while reducing costs.
- Assist engineering in developing test area layouts and processes for new products.
- Follow and comply with all safety rules and regulations and company policies.
- Maintain departmental housekeeping standards within their assigned work area.
- Participate in PFMEA and/or problem-solving sessions.
- Understanding of the following programming languages: C++, LabView, Java, Python.
- Working knowledge of SAP, manufacturing control system and Microsoft office software.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft SQL databases, including Microsoft Access.
- Working knowledge of the organization’s order delivery and manufacturing processes.
- Working knowledge of testing requirements for all products manufactured within their assigned work area.
- Working around Live Power products while following ABBs safety procedures.
- Requires an associate degree in electronics and three to five year of related experience or six to eight years of progressively responsible related experience or a combination of education and experience.
- Requires the ability to operate a variety of electronic test equipment, such as digital meters and oscilloscopes, computers, etc.
- Requires the ability to operate soldering tools.
- Candidates must already have a work authorization that would permit them to work for ABB in the US.
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