Sr. Robot Programmer

Job Details

LocationWindsor, ON,
Job TypeFull-Time Regular
PositionControls/Robotics

Job Description

Our client is a designer, manufacturer and global integrator of welding and assembly systems, material handling systems, industrial parts washers, leak test machines and final assembly systems. A challenging and exciting opportunity awaits you as a Robot Programmer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform robotic programming (for robots such as Fanuc, ABB, Kawasaki, and Motoman), including the following:
    • Simulation programs
    • Robotic Dress
    • Robotic safety setup
  • Develop and implement standard engineering practices and provide detailed documentation upon project completion
  • Develop logic for simulation programs
  • Setting up communication to PLC and auxiliary devices
  • Support the installation of tooling in the customer plant
  • Ensure that all off-line and on-line robot programs developed are efficient and that they adhere to the standards and needs of the customer and company
  • Introduce programming improvements in robotic systems that are consistent with customer changes or manufacturing needs
  • Implement application requirements related to robotic washing, welding, joining, sealing, inspection and material handling functions
  • Identify spot welding locations as defined by weld data sheets and other technical data
  • De-bug, tryout and verify I/O signals and interference zones in the system
  • Maintain consistent communication with several departments throughout all phases
  • Provide complete documentation of the robotic procedure, including a printout of robot path programs and all associated data fields
  • Lead training of Robot end users through the provision of instruction, advice and feedback to minimize downtime
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Represent the company at customer locations, utilizing results driven problem solving skills and techniques while promoting interests and maintaining a strong customer focus

REQUIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Completed college or university program in Electrical Engineering/Technology, Mechatronics, Industrial Automation, Robotic Studies or other similar field of study
  • Minimum of four (6) years practical experience designing, installing, commissioning, servicing and troubleshooting pneumatic, mechanical and electronic automated equipment in an industrial or manufacturing environment
  • Proven ability to prioritize plans of action to accomplish objectives
  • Excellent written and oral communications with the ability to manage, successfully, the customer relations function as it relates to the estimating process
  • Ability and a willingness to travel out-of-country to customer locations on service assignments that may last over a prolonged period of time (30% - 40%)
  • A proven ability to work well within in a "Team-Based" work environment
  • Must be able to travel without restrictions in Canada and USA to support the customers

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