Keihin Thermal Technology a globally recognized leader in the manufacture of heat exchange units used in the assembly of automotive air conditioning systems has announced plans to expand operations to include the manufacture and assembly of the complete HVAC (Air Conditioning) at its manufacturing facility in Mt. Sterling, Ohio. With the acquisition of the HVAC business Keihin Thermal Technology will specializes in playing an essential role in assuring air tempered passenger comfort in vehicles produced by Ford, Honda and Volkswagen. KTTA employs a team of dedicated associates who are committed to complete customer satisfaction by providing the Best Quality, for the Best Price, Delivered On Time to our various customers around the world.
SUMMARY: Provides scientific and engineering technical expertise in the fields of manufacturing process control. Performs engineering for controls systems, design specifications, programming, simulation and testing, and start up assistance. Performs engineering and manufacturing analysis on an assigned project basis. Such projects include: improving operating performance through the development of new and revised production methods, new tooling and equipment selection and implementation.
Maintains control panels, programming and Allen Bradley/Fanuc controls for new and existing automated equipment / fixtures / work cells used throughout our lean manufacturing environment.
Provides hands-on troubleshooting of controls related issues with equipment used in the various assembly and sub-assembly processes.
Work with manufacturing engineering, maintenance, external equipment designers and component suppliers to determine automation controls requirements.
Specify and approve machine control systems on new equipment (purchased by product line Manufacturing Engineering) for use our lean manufacturing environment.
Participate the design and/or redesign of machine control systems, including PLC's, operator interfaces, motor controls & drives, power distribution, and servo systems
Three (2) or more years of experience with machine control systems and operator interfaces.
Strong working knowledge of Allen-Bradley/Fanuc process controls
High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual & difficult
High level of interpersonal skills
High level of oral and written skills
High level of computer skills
Enthusiastic attitude and willingness to learn
Preferred: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or two (2) year Mechanical/Electrical Technical Degree with five or more years of complimentary direct hand on experience.