HAHN Automation is a special machinery manufacturing company that develops innovative solutions for automating our customers’ production processes. As an internationally operating company, HAHN Automation specializes in the automation of assembly and testing processes related to rubber, plastic and metal parts. It is through our years of experience, innovative developments and a high degree of quality awareness that HAHN Automation has become a leading special machinery manufacturing company the world over.

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Mechanical and Electrical Assembly Technicians

Hebron, KY (USA) Full-time 18.08.2019

Your responsibilities

  • Electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical assembly and installation for custom automation equipment using assembly and component drawings, pneumatic- and hydraulic plans, and diagrams
  • Perform troubleshooting of safety devices, which includes Estops, guard doors, light curtains and safety relays. Example devices include linear servo handling, electric and servo-electric motors
  • Use of various equipment such as hand tools, saws, hand drill and drill press, grinders, multi-meters and other measurement devices (such as calipers)
  • Test equipment in manual and automatic modes in conjunction with a programmer
  • Identify necessary design changes and communicate them with team leader and/or engineering department
  • Provide support for customer runoffs

Your profile

  • Ability to read electrical schematics/blue prints
  • A knowledge of sensors and various sensor types including diffuse, laser, fiber optic, contact and non-contact, pneumatics, and hydraulics
  • Must be flexible enough to travel and work overtime as required to support the customer

We offer

  • Major Medical and Dental insurance: Eligibility first of the month after hire
  • Voluntary Life Insurance and STD/LTD: Eligibility first of the month after hire
  • 401(k): Eligibility on the first day of the month following 90 days service
  • Ten paid holidays in the Calendar year (start date determines holidays granted in the first year of employment.)
  • Paid Time Off