Experience and Skills:
Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering or Manufacturing Engineering and 5 years of experience in an industrial automation field functioning as a Mechanical Engineer, Controls Engineer, Electrical Engineer, or Application Engineer. In the alternative, employer would also accept a Master’s Degree in Engineering or Business Administration and 3 years of experience in an industrial automation field functioning as Mechanical Engineer, Controls Engineer, Electrical Engineer, or Application Engineer. In addition, the following specific skills are required:
- 5 years of experience with the design of pneumatic and electrical control systems;
- 5 years of experience with handling systems and/or control systems design;
- 5 years of experience specifying, designing, and troubleshooting electromechanical motion systems;
- 5 years of experience working directly with customers in understanding application requirements, evaluating requests for proposals (RFPs), and presenting these solutions to customers in support of sales staff;
- 1 year of experience with mechanical drafting and design work;
- 1 year of experience with generating bills of materials and quotations for complex solutions with an ERP System (SAP or equivalent);
- Pre-employment drug test and background check required;
- 20% domestic and international travel to regional sales centers, customers and German headquarters
This is a full-time position (40 hours/week), $116,385 per year. Qualified U.S. workers are encouraged to apply for this position. Please send your resume, including job history, to Neil Friedberg, Human Resources Director, 1377 Motor Parkway, Suite 310, Islandia, NY 11749. Festo Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Immigration Act of 1990 amended the Immigration and Nationality Act and assigned to the Department of Labor new and revised responsibilities. By law, statutory requirements became effective on October 1, 1991.
Section 122(b) of the Act requires (1) the employer provide notice of filing of the permanent application for Alien Employment Certification to the bargaining representative, if any, in the occupational classification and area for which certification is sought, or if there is not such bargaining representative, to the employees at the facility through posting in conspicuous locations; and (2) that a third party may submit information relative to an Application for Permanent Employment Certification.
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