Applications Engineer - Automated Products

Job Description Responsible for identifying and correcting automated product system issues. This position supports the Raymond network automation team by assessing customer sites and assisting with system troubleshooting. Position requires day-to-day interaction with internal/external service management, sales, engineering, product development, and customers. May have project management responsibility for small projects or subsets of large projects. Travel anticipated to be up to 25%, including internationally as needed.   JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / REQUIREMENTS: Travels to customer sites as needed to study and gather information critical to the overall system. Interprets AutoCAD layout drawings of AGV travel routes. Supports external control requirements for proposed AGV systems (i.e. WMS, WCS, ERP, etc.). Works with partners to develop complete solutions. Assists sales team with pre-qualification and technical assessment. Defines and documents best practices for these activities and works to continuously improve them. Trains other employees and partners and advocates for this process.   We are look for someone who: has the ability to plan, organize, and carry out technical activities. possesses effective written and oral communication skills. has the ability to present technical material to a technically diverse audience. is able to work successfully in a team environment, or independently, and demonstrate flexibility, adaptability, and dependability.   Location Greene, NY - Building 1-G1 Full-time/Part-time Full-time Shift 1st FLSA Exempt Education/Experience Bachelor's Degree in an applicable engineering field or computer science is required. 1-3 years engineering experience is preferred. Systems integration or networking exposure is preferred, as is PLC experience.  1505
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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