- The Senior Equipment Engineer will be the Lead Point of Contact representing Manufacturing Innovation, in a collaborative initiative with Bell Maintenance and IT organizations to create solutions for the Manufacturing Technology Center and Future Factory.
- Specifically, the Engineer will lead aspects such as the specification, acquisition, installation, oversight, testing and sustainment of connecting assets to current and future Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) hardware/software for health monitoring and predictive/prescriptive maintenance.
- Drive the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) capabilities in the field of facilities, maintenance and reliability in support of interconnectivity between these systems to the Manufacturing Technology Center
- Partner with MR&D and ER&D and IT organizations to understand IIoT needs, help prioritize investments, develop use cases, generate processes, and develop overall solution requirements including application definition, integration, security and system configurations
- Partner cross-functionally with support organizations to ensure alignment in communication and coordination of IIoT projects. Support organizations include: Facilities, Maintenance, Information Technology, Environmental, Health and Safety.
- Must be able to sustain complex systems with interlinking dependencies across multiple IIoT solutions, passionate about solving complex problems with well-established hardware/software engineering knowledge and in place solutions
- Will build and maintain relationships with sensor and other hardware suppliers. Will maintain the relationship as necessary to assure the continued supportability of equipment monitoring
- Oversee the installation of the purchased sensors and hardware/software to ensure that the system is installed properly
- Partner across multiple operating segments including business analytics, Information Technology, manufacturing and network teams to realize the IIoT vision.
- Develop and deploy predictive and prescriptive models for preventing downtime and keeping assets active and functioning.
- Bachelor’s degree in a technical or science discipline
- Minimum of 5 years of robotic, sensor, or related technology experience
- Knowledge of industrial sensors, machine tools and controls, asset utilization systems, health monitoring systems, building automation systems, and predictive/prescriptive analytical methodologies.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written, verbal and presentation)
- This position must work well in a team environment, be action/results oriented, and demonstrate team and project leadership ability.
- Utilize system thinking principals to organize interlinking hardware requirements and software modules which encompass the IIoT solutions.
- Computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint, and Predictive and Prescriptive Analytical tools including R Programming Language are desired.
- Automotive or manufacturing experience preferred
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