Automated Precision Inc. is a world leader of advanced metrology solutions for industry. API products are used by the world’s leading automotive, aerospace, machine tool, and CMM manufacturers. API’s experienced engineering and operational team is unmatched in its ability to create advanced, innovative products, which meet the needs of rapidly evolving industries. At our Michigan Center in Plymouth, MI, we are currently seeking to add to the team a Systems Engineer.
As a Systems Engineer, your main responsibilities include, but not limited to, the following:
o Setting up demo systems, targets and fixtures for automatic robotic scanning solutions.
o Performing application testing of API products/solutions and providing detailed analytical reports to the product management group.
o Supporting sales teams by expert metrology product demonstrations (with Laser Trackers, Scanners, Portable CMMs, automated robotic measurement solutions, etc.) and technical discussions in API offices or at customers’ sites, with limited to no supervision.
o Reviewing customer projects for compatibility with existing API products and solutions.
o Performing engineering benchmark studies in the office and at the customer sites.
o Providing installations and training of automated inspection solutions for customer pilot projects.
o Helping to generate documents in the area of testing, installing, training and troubleshooting of API products and solutions.
o Learning and applying to integrate API technology with other equipment such as robots, CMMs, and PLCs.
o Representing API in a positive manner with all customers at all times.
o Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, a related curriculum, or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
o Experience working with robots, PLCs, scanners, and/or metrology products.
o Experience of working industrial manufacturing and/or quality management environment.
o Knowledge of Mechanical Assemblies, fixturing, tooling, industrial automation.
o Able to read and understand control, mechanical and electrical drawings and diagrams.
o Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to work independently.
o Effective verbal and written communication skills.
o Knowledge of GD&T preferred.
o This position may require up to 50% travel and working at customer sites. Customer sites include work around industrial, mechanical and electrical equipment, as well as use of hand or power tools.
- Life Insurance
- Medical, Dental and Vision
- Paid Holidays
- Vacation/paid time off