Employer: Wagstaff, Inc.
Wagstaff manufactures equipment for aluminum producers, who process formed aluminum into parts and products you use every day.
As an employee of Wagstaff, you’ll enjoy:
FREE medical/dental/vision benefits
Paid non-working holidays
Monthly, site-wide BBQs
8% retirement match
1200 Sqft onsite gym, accessible 24/hrs a day
Family friendly, company-wide events
Pay: $23.50+ Depending on Experience
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Apply electrical design knowledge to the design, development, and production of Wagstaff automated casting equipment.
Primary Job Responsibilities
- Become familiar with Wagstaff equipment, associated design criteria, design tools and business software with respect to a limited number of products/areas of standard complexity. Apply this knowledge to the design of equipment as assigned
- Create design documents necessary for equipment production according to documented design procedures and as directed by the responsible Engineer
- Update and revise electrical drawings per instructions from design reviews, redlines, NPR tags, and so forth
- Prepare and release design documents to Manufacturing
- Become proficient at estimating hours to complete design tasks
- Become proficient at meeting goals with respect to planned hours and production schedule
- Become proficient at interfacing with Purchasing, Demand Management, and shop floor personnel as required to effectively design and support the manufacture of equipment as required
- Keep equipment and work area clean and orderly
- Abide by company policies
- In order to achieve business objectives, work weeks in excess of 40 hours may be required
- Train other team members in support of basic departmental processes and equipment design methods
- Other duties as assigned
- AA or AS Degree in Engineering Technological field or equivalent experience
- General understanding of computer programming languages such as C, Visual Basic, and SQL
- Experience using SolidWorks and/or EPLAN
- Applies broad knowledge of principles and practices in numerous practice areas
- Independently evaluates, selects and adapts standard techniques, procedures and criteria to perform assigned tasks
- Exercises judgment on details of work and in application of standard methods for projects of varying complexity
- Works on multiple projects of moderate size or portions of major projects
General Technical Responsibilities
- Designs a complete system, component, or process of moderate complexity
- Independently applies standard business tools to assigned tasks
- Independently prepares complete project documents related to numerous products/areas
- Exercise creative and critical thinking in the design of moderately complex equipment
- Subject matter expert in particular area(s)
- Coordinates with other designers and members of other departments as necessary
- Mentoring of other designers in a limited number of specific areas
- Plans, schedules, or coordinates the preparation of documents or activities as assigned
- Receives general direction on assigned tasks. Work is reviewed in accordance with departmental processes and procedures
- Capable of prioritizing and organizing tasks to meet project deadlines.
- Demonstrated oral and written communication skills
While performing the duties of this job, work is performed primarily in an adequately lit, well ventilated, climate controlled general office environment. Close computer work is regularly required. The work usually involves minimal physical exertion. The noise level in the general office environment is usually moderate.
This job may require occasional or more frequent interaction with employees on the manufacturing shop floor. While on the shop floor, the employee may be exposed to fumes, airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risks of moving equipment and parts, and other risks associated with a manufacturing environment. Because of this environment and associated risks, coordination with shop floor managers/employees may be necessary before entering the shop floor, and use of job appropriate personal protective equipment and clothing is required on the shop floor. The noise level on the shop floor is often loud.
Employment at Wagstaff is dependent on successfully passing a company-paid drug screening and background check upon hire.
Wagstaff, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other characteristics protected by law.
Location: Spokane Valley, WA
Application Method: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/1202061
Base Pay: $23.50/ HR
2011 W. Washington Ave
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