Test Equipment Engineer
Responsible for testing the products produced in the plant according to the specifications and standards of Engineering, Quality and/or Clients.
A. Develops electrical and mechanical testing with the products according to the requirements and standards of Engineering, Quality and/or clients.
B. Trains and monitors technicians to develop tests on products
C. Collaborates with other departments to develop a team in order to solve issues related to product testing.
D. Manages the Maintenance Department.
E. Documents all results performed and send the results by email to the requestor. Responsible to accomplish with the specials testing instructions.
F. Notifies the requestor the failures of the product, the equipment unavailability, doubts referred by the required tests. Makes the necessary adjustments to solve issues for limited equipment.
G. Provides technical support to Engineering, Quality department in test equipment.
H. Makes electrical and mechanical tests according to all international standards.
I. Requests fixtures to Maintenance Department as much as needed for testing effect.
J. Develops new provider services.
Eaton leadership model
• Thinks and Acts strategically.
• Gets results.
• Builds Organizational Capability.
• Demonstrates a Leadership style.
• Operation Team leadership.
• Promotes “Zero Culture” in the work area.
• Participate in all 100% of the legal and corporate EHS trainings.
• Reporting unsafe conditions and behaviors, such as “Near misses”, “Gembas”, and “Couching programs”.
Continuous Improvement (CI) Commitment
• Establishes and prioritizes CI objectives, define metrics and stretch goals, define and prioritize actions, and manage resources.
• Selects and assesses direct reports competencies and establishes development plans to achieve and maintain required levels.
• Leads plan execution and coaching.
• Reviews and tracks improvement plans and manages change.
• Assesses processes under his/her responsibility using EBS tools, identifies improvement opportunities and acts.
• Promotes recognition culture.
• Promotes sharing of best and transferable practices.
• Mechanic engineering’s Degree, Electronics or Electrical.
• Experience in test equipment, as well as production equipment issues.
• Experience in PLC
• Capacity to improve the “software and hardware” of test equipment.
• Ability to speak both English and Spanish with US technicians to treat and solve issues related to the equipment.
Zero Incident Workplace Culture. The ability to integrate technical skill sets required to identify and eliminate hazards associated with a manufacturing process and its supporting elements.
• Knowledge and experience in the process value stream, specifications, equipment, cycle time and capabilities.
• Competencies considered include electrical circuit design, programmable controllers, safety interlock circuitry, lock out tag out, isolation of potential energy, ergonomics and material handling methods and procedures.
• Experience and knowledge with Hazardous Materials and Workplace Exposure including chemical use and storage, gases, noises, dust, fumes, vapors, and ventilation considerations.
Engagement in efforts to influence 100% ownership of safety, accountability, and the sharing of knowledge to a continued focus of creating a zero incident workplace.
EBS Tool Integration. Appropriate use of EBS elements, tools, and processes within the manufacturing / operations environment.
• ELSS: Knowledge and experience with the ELSS tools is necessary to continuously improve processes.
• PROLaunch: Use of PROLaunch for program management of new product development (NPD), standard transition process (STP), acquisition integration framework (AIF), and business process and services (BPS).
• EQS: Knowledge and use of quality processes, procedures, and tools in order to ensure quality products and services.
• EHS and MESH: Use of tools to minimize waste, pollution, and exposure to hazardous materials and conditions and to responsibly manage all resources and materials used.
Business Systems and Practices. Knowledge of and experience with appropriate enterprise and shop floor information systems.
• Enterprise applications may include order processing, financials, engineering, and manufacturing.
• Shop floor manufacturing execution systems may encompass document control, detailed scheduling, process management, quality management, product tracking, data collection, performance analysis, and maintenance management.
• In addition to system knowledge, this competency includes the understanding of business practices associated with planning, executing, monitoring, and assessing operational activities and performance.
Examples include capital appropriation request process, manufacturing expense allocations, product costing, bill of materials, routings, work instructions, process standards, and OEE.
We make what matters work. Everywhere you look—from the technology and machinery that surrounds us, to the critical services and infrastructure that we depend on every day—you’ll find one thing in common. It all relies on power. That’s why Eaton is dedicated to improving people’s lives and the environment with power management technologies that are more reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Because this is what matters. We are confident we can deliver on this promise because of the attributes that our employees embody. We’re ethical, passionate, accountable, efficient, transparent and we’re committed to learning. These values enable us to tackle some of the toughest challenges on the planet, never losing sight of what matters.
Job: Manufacturing & Operations
Region: Latin America
Organization: VEH EMB eMobility
Job Level: Entry Level
Is remote work (i.e. working from home or another Eaton facility) allowed for this position?: No
Does this position offer relocation?: No
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time