TAIT

Control Assets Group Lead

Job Locations US-PA-Lititz
# of Openings
1
Category
421060 Asset Management
Shift
Main

Overview

The Control Assets Group Lead is responsible for overseeing, planning,and executingthe daily activities of the control assets deptand technicianswithin theirgroup.The Control Assets Group Leadwill review the priorities for all daily work requirements and plan based on capacity, demand, and critical completion dates.

Responsibilities

Preparing,Servicing, Testing and Modifyingcontrolsequipment to ensure the assetscan be delivered to a high standard ofquality,reliability,and compliance.
Be responsible for the satisfactory delivery of control assetsto integration.
Participate in all return to stock/depopulation activities upon return of assets
Interprettechnicaldrawings and manufacturer guidelinestomaintain and delivercontrol systems.
Carry out inspections, maintenance,and any other required testing to achieve a ready to rent status
Interface withotherlead techniciansand colleaguestoaccomplish goals.
Maintain tools, work areas and equipment in a clean and orderly fashion.
Maintain a safe working environment and follow safe working practices.
Maintaining technical knowledge through training and mentorship.
Identify and propose ideas and solutions that will improve the build quality or efficiencyof TAIT assets.
Use Rentalworksor other asset management systems to keep current and accurate records.
 
 

Qualifications

Relevant experience in an entertainment setting with a focus on automation

1-2 years of experience with TAIT Navigator software

Prior experience with industrial automation systems

Knowledge of cable manufacturing best practices and standards

Understanding of electromechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic power transmission systems

Computer proficiency. Experience inEpicor, RentalWorks, Autocad, Luicid Chart prefered.

Experience troubleshooting electrical systems

Ability to read and understand electrical schematicsPosition

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