Employer: Seattle Safety
Seattle Safety is at the forefront of a revolution in automotive safety. Our systems are used by most of the automotive OEMs, tier 1 suppliers, and research labs. For over 25 years, Seattle Safety’s machines have been used to make our loved ones safer during a crash. Our diverse team of unconventional and brilliant thinkers continue to push the boundaries to develop the highest performance equipment available.
Seattle Safety products are wide-ranging, complex, produced in small quantities, and often customized. The Electrical Technician must be a creative and intelligent self-starter who thrives in an environment where the work varies day-to-day. Building our systems requires technical insight and knowledge, and an ability to quickly learn new knowledge and skills.
The Electrical Technician reports to the Production Supervisor. Seattle Safety is looking for an Electrical Technician to build Control System cabinets and install electrical circuits according to manufacturing drawings. The technician may also perform field installations at Seattle Safety’s customers, all over the world.
An ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of wiring control systems, which includes instrumentation, power supplies, motors, pumps, VFDs, PLCs, and other associated electrical components.
A good fit for the position might have the following traits, aptitudes, and qualifications:
• Experience with panel wiring, and control panel fabrication and assembly
• Read, interpret, and understand electrical schematics, drawings, and bills of materials; understand and identify parts and materials from drawing symbols and other drawing callouts
• Ability to safely make basic electrical measurements
• Experience with High Voltage 3-Phase Power
• Knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC)
• Experience with drawing formats according to NFPA/NEMA and a preference for IEC
• Ability to properly size circuits
• Model Seattle Safety’s core values of integrity, teamwork, innovation, and operational excellence
• PLC programming experience
• Soldering and PCB assembly
• Ability to use CAD (ex. SolidWorks, AutoCAD, ePLAN) to build panels and help interpret drawings
• Experience building mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems is a bonus
• Technical degree in Electrical, Controls, Automation, Instrumentation preferred
• Able to become forklift certified
• Foreign and domestic travel may be required. The applicant must be able to meet entry requirements for the destination countries.
• Ability to lift and place up to 50 pounds
• The employee is regularly required to sit, stand, and walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear; and bend and twist at the hip.
• Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Contact Person: Lindsey Sosa
Location: Auburn, WA
Application Method: Resume
Base Pay: 25.00-30.00
2011 W. Washington Ave
Yakima, WA 98903