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Mechatronics Maintenance Technician

Virginia Beach, VA

This could be the #1 opportunity of your career!

We are looking for a Mechatronics Maintenance Technician who is passionate about repairing and improving high tech assembly automation and technologies.

The technician will:

  • Perform complex tasks required to maintain equipment functionality and minimize downtime.
  • Use advanced knowledge with assembly manufacturing automation, in areas such as PLC/HMI, Robotics systems and software to troubleshoot equipment, make repairs and perform system maintenance and upgrades.




  • Quickly identify trouble areas and determine corrective action.
  • Suggest and implement equipment improvements to increase operational efficiency. 
  • Maintain appropriate level of technical and professional skills by attending training classes, seminars, exhibits, and trade shows as needed.
  • Adjust and/or install special functional parts of machines, devices and control instruments. 
  • Repair or replace defective automation and machinery parts.
  • Troubleshoot advanced electrical and pneumatic control systems such as vision systems, laser markers, pick and place material handling, encoders, servo drives, and Electric fastener driver technologies.
  • Trouble shoot & repair / replace mechanical controls and systems such as drive motors and gear boxes

Basic Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent and 2 years related formal training in engineering or related field. 
  • 7 plus years related experience in troubleshooting and repair of PLC controls.
  • Advanced knowledge of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic maintenance and equipment integration.
  • Advanced training in PLC/HMI and motion control and robots, able to program, monitor and modify programs in S7 Graph, LAD and CSF.

Preferred Qualifications:  

  • Certified apprenticeship graduation in Mechatronics, Electronic or Mechanical Technician a plus.





EOE/ Drug Free Workplace

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