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Fanuc Robotic Automation Engineering Programmer - Pay is $25 to $35 OT

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Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States
Closing date
Feb 12, 2024

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Fanuc Robotic Automation Engineering Programmer
    \nThree or more years of experience programming Fanuc robots from scratch is required to be considered\nTravel up to 30% is required for this position\nPay is $25 to $35 per hour plus overtime\nMust be a United States citizen or Green Card holder\nNo remote\nFull-time\nPermanent W-2 employee\nFull benefits\nNo relocation\nWaukesha, Wisconsin area\n

    This full time, permanent Fanuc Robotic Automation Engineering Programmer career opportunity is at a well-respected robotic and automation company. The culture of this Fanuc integrator is friendly and team-oriented. Work hours can be flexible. Employees enjoy utilizing a very wide variety of technologies. They promote from within on up to management. Employees are trained and certified much more than at other employers. Work is challenging and rewarding as the company takes on the more difficult, riskier projects that really grow an employee's skills. Employees are never bored as projects are exciting systems and have an extreme variety.

    The career path for this position could lead to more of an engineering role or service role, if those are of interest. The successful candidate should be responsible for the following:
      \nCreating Fanuc robot programs from scratch\nComing up from scratch with what the robot needs to do (a lot of machine tool load and unload) \nSolving the issues and providing the entire solution\nActing as a technical expert\nInvestigating and resolving HMI and PLC issues as needed\nTraveling to Wisconsin-based companies (rarely gets up to 30%)\n\n

      The background of the successful candidate must include the following:
        \nThree plus years of Fanuc robot programming from scratch experience\nPossess ability to investigate and resolve HMI and PLC issues as needed\nAbility to work well independently on smaller projects\nAbility to work well as part of a team on larger projects\nAbility to travel up to 30% (travel that high is rare) to Wisconsin-based companies\nPossess a valid driver's license\nA solid work history\nA US citizen or possess a green card\nA residence within 45 minutes\n

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