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Assembly Maintenance Technician

Located in beautiful Morganton, NC, along I-40, with abundance of hiking, camping and other Blue Ridge Mountain activities and coupled with charming southern small-town hospitality. An hour from Charlotte and Asheville.
Description: Properly maintain high-speed automation equipment, tooling and associated machinery to designed standards. o Meet or exceed production standards and reduce product reject rates. o Work with Engineering to continuously improve Quality, Cycle Times, and Process Performance. o Monitor measurement systems, SPC or other performance indicators and proactively respond to negative trends o Review product FMEA's and Control Plans. Core Capabilities: o Skilled multi-craft technician capable of repairing electro-mechanical, pneumatic & hydraulic devices. o Use basic hand tools as well as micrometers, calipers, multi-meters, and other test equipment. o Troubleshoot pneumatic/hydraulic circuits and analyze documentation in assigned area of responsibility. o Perform basic PLC programming skills for troubleshooting equipment and associated processes. o Capable of product evaluation, process or equipment troubles. Facilitate repairs or adjustments to improve the performance of the line and comply with quality standards. Competitive Salary.
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Requirements: Enrolled in a 2 year degree program such as Mechatronics, Electronics, Robotics, Computer or Mechanical engineering technology and will complete degree within 12 months.
Benefits: We understand that each of our employees is unique. That is why Continental offers a variety of benefit options. Depending on the eligibility, benefits include:
medical plan choices;
prescription drug benefits;
health saving accounts;
dental plan options;
vision plan options;
life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment;
disability insurance;
legal plan assistance;
retirement savings plans and more..

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