Manufacturing Machine Technician- 2nd Shift


Mason, OH, US

Shift:  Multiple Shifts

Known for our innovative components, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America manufactures autonomous-ready infotainment and ADAS solutions, premium audio systems, high-definition displays, and powertrain electronics for standard, electric, and hybrid vehicles. Since 1979 we have served the major automotive, heavy-duty truck, and coach manufacturers across the US, and continue to grow each year!   Be a part of a select team that is making a real impact on the automotive mobility of tomorrow! 


As part of the engineering department you will assist with repair, maintenance and machine adjustments of all production machinery and equipment in functional and safe working order to support production operations. 


  • Assist and train with machine changeovers, start-ups, adjustments, 
  • Troubleshoot all electrical issues including ac/dc theory, motors, relay logic, wiring, use of multi-meter, various components and associated wiring.
  • Understand and use common PLC commands.  
  • Troubleshoot all mechanical issues.  Must be proficient with all hand and machine shop tools. 
  • Create or assist with the A3 (8-step).
  • Repair robots (motors, bearings, ball screws, harmonic drives, re-origin).


The above description represents the most significant essential duties of this position but does not exclude other occasional work assignments not mentioned.


  • Associates degree, or Trade School degree or certification preferred. 
  • Minimum of two years of high speed manufacturing environment or equivalent.
  • Machine maintenance and diagnostic/troubleshooting experience required.
  • Familiarity with safety precautions such as Lock-out/Tag-out, Arc Flash protection, welding, and personal protective equipment.
  • Proficient with hand tools and machine shop tools, such as a drill, tap, slide hammer, gear puller, shear, brake, drill press and feeler gauges.
  • Proficient in basic electric theory and learning ac/dc theory, motors, relay logic, wiring, use of multi-meter, various components and associated wiring. 
  • Understand and troubleshoot ball screws including rigidity and backlash.  
  • Understand and use of common PLC commands, GOT editing and creation. 
  • Understand and troubleshoot PLC networking issues. Melsecnet and cc-link issues.  
  • Strong troubleshooting of servo issues including tuning using GX Works2, MR Configurator.
  • Ability to make simple PLC programming modifications as required to maintain and or improve processes and troubleshoot servo issues.
  • Ability to read detailed assembly drawings and perform repair or assemble devices.
  • Knowledge of basic fluid power devices.  
  • Understanding of basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics, interpreting associated schematics, and theory and repair of cylinders, solenoids, flow/pressure/directional valves.
  • Knowledge of cycle time, parts per hour (PPH), and efficiency and how they negatively affect line productivity.

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