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Minneapolis, MN US
The company helps its customers overcome their industry's biggest and most complex technical challenges. Their equipment and technology are used to manufacture advanced semiconductors, LEDs, displays, photonics, power electronics, compound semiconductors, hard disk drives, and other chips.
In this role, you will be part of a complex process to assemble manufactured systems and sub-systems within the manufacturing floor. You will use your electro-mechanical troubleshooting and knowledge to help build these incredible machines the customers use before it's installed at the customer's location. Your responsibility is solely local, meaning no travel to the customers. You are only creating the equipment within the facility. If you desire to grow into a Field Service role in the future, that is a possible path. Due to the complexity of the systems, most people go through a step program in training, meaning you learn core areas/processes and then graduate to learn other aspects of the assembly process. This training program takes at least 12-24 months to understand and fully develop your knowledge. The company has no interest in throwing people into the fire without the proper training and support.
The position works Monday to Friday, 8am to 3pm, with opportunities to volunteer for overtime work if desired. Due to the location, all work after 40 hours per week is overtime. People who work here love the work/life balance.
Who are you? You are a military veteran with exceptional electro-mechanical knowledge but with knowledge of mechanical systems. You should be proficient with multimeter, reading schematics, possess an understanding of electronic troubleshooting, and mechanical knowledge of torque wrenches. You should be a capable troubleshooter who strives to be technically curious. If you have any mechanical hobbies (working on your car, boat, or RV), bring that up in the conversation.
This position is an excellent development area within the company to grow into other areas of engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, and field services. The industry continues to grow due to the reliance on foreign manufactures of technology. The government is putting billions of dollars into semiconductor growth to reduce the reliance within the US. This will mean tremendous opportunities for you within the sector and most importantly, the company.
Base salary plus overtime. Medical, dental, vision, and a 401k. They have a stock purchase plan, tuition program, paid vacation and holidays, and a stipend for public transportation.