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Systems Engineer (Mechanical, Electrical or Computer Engineer)

Overview
Elevate your career with us! Join a world-class organization with a dynamic work environment and an innovative spirit!
A leading global supplier of automated guided vehicles (AGVs), JBT's AGV group has catered to the automotive, food and beverage, hospital, paper, and consumer product industries for over 30 years. With offices in the United States and Europe, we are one of the world's leading producers of AGV systems.
We have an opportunity for a Systems Engineer to join our team in the greater Philadelphia area.
Responsibilities
Designing systems to meet customer needs
Facilitating the successful completion of an automated material handling system
Installing, testing and debugging of the system
Modifying equipment and software
Troubleshooting, defining and seeking resources to recognize and resolve electrical, mechanical and/or software improvement opportunities with system components.
Making software and hardware adjustments
Performing customer training
Customizing service manuals
Interfacing with customers
Collaborating with other engineers on projects
Traveling domestically and internationally to customer sites.
Qualifications
Bachelors of Science degree (B.S.) in Engineering from a four-year college or university. Degree may be in any of the multiple disciplines of Engineering including Software, Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial, Computer, Mechatronic, etc.
Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings
Prior software experience required
Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals
Able to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public
Familiar with SQL, a plus
Familiar with CAD, a plus
Valid driver's license required
What we offer:
Opportunity for growth in a booming industry (material handling automation)
Transparent leadership team - business goals and objectives regularly communicated through monthly meetings
Casual work environment
Company culture of continuous improvement
Competitive salary and benefits - medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and disability
Benefits begin your first day of employment
Generous education reimbursement benefits
Robust retirement benefits with company match
Vacation, sick, and holiday paid time-off
Candidates should be eligible to work in the US with no sponsorship requirements needed now or in the future.
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