At AIS we're excited about what the future of the Human Machine eXperience (HMX) offers and are directly impacting this with our diverse portfolio of electro-mechanical assembles and immersive products across virtual reality, electronic wearables, infection control products, medical & industrial display interfaces and touchscreens. We're looking for smart, motivated, individuals who embrace an entrepreneurial spirit and thrive on working with a team of rockstars.
The role of Mechatronics Engineer is manufacturing engineering focused and works collaboratively with Concurrent Engineering teams in a cross-functional capacity, applying mechanical, electrical, and firmware/software engineering to support the development and production launch of new products and processes.
- Designs and influences design-for-manufacturing attributes within the Concurrent Engineering development process, and all related DFx strategies such as design-for-assembly, cost, testability, serviceability, and automation.
- Develops and manages requirements and associated development/deployment plans in preparation for production ramp of new products
- Design, build, and deploy assembly, calibration, test, and automation systems, which may include motion control, visions systems, robotics, wireless communications, pneumatics, PLCs, fixtures and tooling.
- Collaborate broadly throughout the organization with NPI Engineering, Production personnel, Quality & Supply Chain Engineers to identify opportunities for automation within existing manufacturing process
- Evaluate and recommend production and automation architectures and develops business case proposals that address capital expense investment, ROI, resource impact, facilities requirements, and schedule
- Develop and document new processes and provides training to production staff
- Creates acceptance criteria and conducts acceptance testing for process validation
- BS degree in Mechatronics, Computer Engineering, EE, ME, or a related field with 5+ years relevant work experience
- Experience with Design for Automation, Manufacturability, Assembly, and Cost
- Experience with programming languages, such as C/C++, LabVIEW, Python, or Visual Basic
- SolidWorks CAD design and drafting
- Electrical hardware circuit design
- Self-starter, highly motivated, exceptional character, and extremely collaborative
- Comfortable with fast pace, constant change, and supporting multiple projects
- Ability to quickly identify and conceptualize creative ideas to solving problems
- Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written
- Ability to perform facilities, work center, and line flow charting & layouts
- Manufacturing of wearable electronics, robotics & exoskeleton, soft goods, vision systems
- Process Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (pFMEA)
- Machine Learning in Automation
- Experience driving organizational change
- IQ, OQ, PQ and PPAP Processes
- Familiar with TQM, Six Sigma, TPS Lean
- Live and work in beautiful North Idaho
- Relocation Assistance
- HSA Option
- 401K, with Employer Matching
- Tuition Assistance
- Paid Time Off
- Holiday Pay, including a paid week office shut down over 4th of July
- Employee Assistance Programs
Salary is DOE
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.