Performs various sequences of complex troubleshooting and repair techniques on manufacturing equipment’s electrical/electronic or mechanical systems. Applies complex and unique techniques and procedures to analyze, troubleshoot, build up, maintain, and repair complex rail car equipment. Analyze failures to reduce rail car down time, performing root cause analysis, and identifying engineering solutions for rail car up time.
Supports all aspects of testing, including Engineering Tests and Conditional Acceptance Testing.
Assists in the training of Technicians in accordance with newly issued procedures, FMI.
Receives and distributes Technical information to site technical work force.
Acts as liaison between KRC Project Engineering and Site Technical group, including customer. Monitors technical validity of complaints from customers and work reports from technicians and vendors
Explains and resolves all technical queries to customers at work sites.
Monitors the proper maintenance and use of tools and equipment at the work sites.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field preferred.
At least five (5) years experience with Rail Car Technology, or seven (7) years with analytical/trouble shooting of electronic systems preferred.
Must be capable of working in a fast paced manufacturing environment. Must be able to climb stairs and ladders and be able to lift, push or pull a minimum of 40 lbs.