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Senior Engineer

Company Name:
FANUC America Corporation
Senior Engineer for Rochester Hills, MI robotics manufacturer to design & implement process-driven, innovative sealant & adhesive application solutions to meet customer specifications; perform process engineering analysis; conduct feasibility studies; provide technical data to support proposals for sealer automation equipment prior to release of quotations; design & implement engineering-related processes using robots & wide variety of applicator products; perform project process execution independently upon receipt of orders; conduct technical customer demos for robotics products; develop technical analysis & written materials; participate in new & existing paint finishing division application development. Requires Bachelor's in Industrial/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or a closely related field. Will accept a single degree or any combination of degrees, diplomas, professional credentials or professional experience determined to be equivalent by a qualified evaluation service. Position also requires 5 yrs. engineering experience at an automotive manufacturing paint shop utilizing FANUC industrial automation for sealer process applications; implementing 3D Vision, sealant & adhesive application equipment, including pumping & fluid delivery & control systems; performing path programming & coordination of multiple of robot systems; and using Roboguide simulation software. Significant amount of walking & standing on grating & concrete floors req'd. Approx. 80-95% travel req'd: U.S. (50-60%); Canada (10%); and Mexico (20-25%). Must live in the Metro Detroit area. Mail resume to Denise Scanlon, FANUC America Corporation, 3900 W. Hamlin Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

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