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We are always on the lookout for talented and career-oriented candidates to join our team. As a family-run business since 1977, we strive to create a rewarding and collaborative environment for all our staff.

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WENDT CORPORATION
Attention: Human Resources
2555 Walden Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14225

Open Positions

• Utilize mastery of solid modeling skills to design, assemble, engineer, and detail models.
• Work with Project Management to ensure products are released and available in a timely matter to meet project schedule.
• Apply strong working knowledge of physics and analytical mathematics to engineer and design quality products that meet specification and costing goals.
• Provide technical support to the manufacturing team and foster an environment that encourages suggestions and product improvements from the manufacturing team.
• Produce high quality drawings to company standards.
• Able to both create designs from scratch as well as derivative designs from existing products.
• Employ Design for Manufacturing (DFM) rules to achieve maximum cost benefit to produce parts and assemblies.
• Leverage commonality and library components to minimize risk and maximize profitability.
• Effectively support and strengthen the company’s positive brand image in both written and verbal communications with clients, colleagues, customers, and suppliers.
• Light travel, both domestically and internationally.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar curriculum or equivalent work experience is required.
• 5 years practical work experience in a related field is required.

• Design of electrical schematics and other project documents using AutoCAD, Excel, and Word.
• Development of quotes for new sales and service opportunities.
• Provide direct technical support to customers and colleagues in the field. Ensure customer satisfaction at all times as a priority.
• Onsite and remote PLC programming.
• System design and calculations.
• Efficiently manage multiple active projects at varying stages of progress.
• Up to 15% travel to customer sites, both domestic and internationally.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or a related technical discipline.
• At least 2 years of experience in schematic design using AutoCAD. AutoCAD Electrical preferred.
• PLC programming experience preferred.
• At least one year of experience with each of the following; electrical engineering analysis, supporting calculations, wire sizing, and voltages.
• Hands on experience as an electrician doing wiring and I/O check out work preferred.

• Conceptualize, engineer, specify, and commission control systems as a lead engineer.
• Design of electrical schematics and other project documents using AutoCAD, Excel, and Word.
• Onsite and remote PLC programming.
• Deliver training to end user customers.
• Provide direct technical support to customers and colleagues in the field. Ensure customer satisfaction at all times is a priority.
• Efficiently manage multiple active projects at varying stages of progress.
• Development of quotes for new sales and service opportunities.
• Up to 30% travel to customer sites, both domestic and internationally.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or a related technical discipline. Advanced degree preferred.
• At least 2 years of experience in schematic design using AutoCAD. AutoCAD Electrical preferred.
• Five (5) years PLC programming experience using Allen Bradley RSLogix 5000 and RSLogix 500.
• Five (5) years of HMI touch screen programming and experience using RSView ME/SE.
• Five (5) years of Engineering experience designing and implementing electrical systems for large manufacturing or industrial equipment. Specific experience in the scrap metal, mining, or quarry industries preferred.
• Five (5) years of experience with each of the following; electrical engineering analysis, supporting calculations, wire sizing, and voltages.
• Experienced as an electrician doing wiring and I/O check out.

The Field Service Technician (FST) performs installation, commissioning, and repair work at customer sites. They troubleshoot problems arising in the equipment to identify root cause so it can be returned to normal operating parameters. During installation and commissioning of new equipment they work to ensure results meet or exceed performance standards and that customers are trained and satisfied. Technical cross-training, safety, and travel flexibility are fundamental requirements of the position.
• Diagnose and repair equipment either in our own shop or by travelling to the location of the customer.
• Install and commission new equipment at the customer site.
• Ensure customer satisfaction at all times as a priority.
• Test and calibrate equipment to ensure it is meeting minimum performance standards.
• Provide telephone, email, and text support to the customer in order to perform troubleshooting or training.
• When not in the field, perform equipment assembly and test in the shop to support manufacturing and/or any other work in the shop for which they are qualified.
• Supervise, instruct, direct, and assign work to shop employees who may be at a customer site assisting with work there and be responsible for the work they oversee.
• Identify opportunities for continuous improvement of the equipment and processes by providing timely and organized feedback to the company.
• Prepare and distribute required reports in a timely manner.
• Perform other duties as requested by your supervisor.
Education and Experience:
• High school diploma
• Advanced vocational degree preferred
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in the industrial equipment industry
• Experience traveling to perform service or installations preferred

Employment Type
Full-TimeInternshipCo-op

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