In this role, the selected candidate must have the ability to demonstrate strong organizational, project, and time management skills; ability to be proactive in determining the necessary steps to meet objectives and performance expectations of position.
Perform, conduct, and document preventive maintenance checks required for the devices and associated subsystems. Update maintenance data collection records and assist with the installation and check-out of modifications to equipment.
In this role, the selected candidate must have an expertise in statistical analysis, to include past performance of trend analyses and assessment of risk from various hazards, both intrinsic and extrinsic to the vehicle platform and occupant (college transcripts and/or journal publications).
The TAIS DMG Course Training Developer confers with the instructor and customer in preparing programs of instruction, lesson plans and instructs students in the theoretical and practical aspects covering TAIS standalone and networked capabilities.
In this role, the selected candidate will be primarily responsible for the engineering and design of building electrical systems (lighting, power, and limited special systems) for facilities such as K-12 and higher education, healthcare, hospitality and commercial buildings.
Participate in new product design and development reviews, FMEA, failure investigations, design control activities, and training of personnel. Evaluate suppliers, materials, and components in order to determine critical quality parameters (develop and execute test methods, design test equipment and fixtures, and create specifications and protocols).