Production Assembly Technician

  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Full Time
  • Entry Level

Who We Are:

Carnegie Robotics partners with a variety of industry leaders to provide customized robotic solutions for any problem. Our expertise in building and deploying hardened solutions paired with our partners decades of expertise in an industry lead to very successful outcomes. We are not afraid to take on the challenges of any industry, and have applications in a wide variety of ways:  floor scrubbing, boating, logistics, industrial inspection, precision positioning, mining, off-road autonomy, and minesweeping.  Whether you already have an interest in robotics, or are just joining the field and are looking to find your “niche”, Carnegie Robotics is the place for you.

Who We’re Looking for:

Individuals who are interested, and ideally experienced, in some of the areas and topics we are passionate about. All skill levels and backgrounds are welcome. We have an amazing team from a variety of backgrounds who love to share their collective knowledge and experiences. We’re about growth and providing opportunities for you as you move through you career.

What you’ll be doing

This position is responsible for assembly, testing, and troubleshooting electromechanical products.  In addition, this position will be required to train and lead team members, assist in developing work instructions, and strive to bring CRL’s product offerings to the highest level of quality, reliability, and value.

What your day to day is:

  • Assembling and testing electromechanical products while carefully following work instructions
  • Troubleshooting small electromechanical products such as cameras, sensors, and integrated logic modules
  • Troubleshooting processes and test equipment
  • Properly documenting issues that arise during the manufacturing process, such as failures, assembly problems or anomalies, or tooling malfunctions
  • Recording data and photos as required to create historical records of your work
  • Interpreting engineering prints and schematics
  • Interpreting and developing production documents such as work instructions and checklists
  • Collaboratively working in a cell with 1-3 other Assembly Technicians
  • Training production employees on safety, quality, and internal processes
  • Supporting all safety and quality initiatives including 5S, ESD, FOD
  • Supporting process Improvements and develop leadership skills
  • Performing other related duties as required

What You Should Be:

  • Highly skilled as an electromechanical technician
  • Able to work with small hand tools to properly assemble intricate electrical components utilizing small hardware and connectors.
  • Excel within a cross-functional team environment
  • Proactive and action-oriented; works the details as necessary
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced engineering/manufacturing environment.
  • Able to lift more than 40 lbs.

How you’ll stand out:

  • Two-year technical degree or equivalent
  • 2 years’ experience in a Lean Manufacturing environment
  • Experience with precision instrumentation and complex electromechanical systems

What you get out of it:

  • Free catered lunch every day with a vegan option
  • Top of the line UPMC health coverage with FSA or HSA options
  • Comprehensive dental, vision, and life insurance
  • Fidelity 401(k) plan with employer match
  • Flexible work hours including work-from-home options
  • Fully paid days off that accrue and are yours to keep starting year one with 35 days (equal to 6.5 weeks)



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