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This client is a world leader in machine tool technology, automated material handling systems, clean room automation and textile machinery. Their brand is synonymous with industrial automation and reliability across our extensive product line. The recognized leader in the material handling industry, they have installed over 3, 000 automated storage and retrieval systems for industries as diverse and complex as aerospace, automotive, and semiconductors.
This client is sourcing for Site Managers to be the "boots on the grounds leaders" of their Commissioning Engineers and Installation Technicians. In this role, you are the leader of the Site Project Management Team which is responsible for installing company equipment at customer's facilities. These positions are also responsible for field commissioning AMHS equipment from first power application, through final acceptance testing with the customer.
Technical background: electronics technician types who have some electrical aptitude and have a leadership or team lead profile.
Hours/Travel: Monday-Friday days hours. If you are based in Arizona or Oregon, there is only about 50% travel as you'll primarily be traveling to projects in Chandler, Arizona and Hillsboro, OR.
This is a project based traveling role, all expenses paid. You will be part of a team that will fly/drive into a customer location and be part of the installation and commissioning of company products. Projects range from 1-6 months, and they will pay for all of your necessary items (lodging, per diem, and so on). They also offer to have you travel to your home/family every 2 weeks for a weekend stay. Once a project is completed, they will give you some time off in order to regroup for the next project.