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Entry-Level Electromechanical Assembly

This is an entry-level position for someone that has good electrical or mechanical aptitude. It is an open door into the technical automation field for someone with no experience or formal education beyond high school.

This position develops the employee for all aspects of electrical assembly, mechanical assembly, troubleshooting, development, installation, and service of Custom Assembly Automation.

The career path is to become an Electromechanical Technician opportunity to professionally represent EAM/Prescott in the field.

Mechanical or electrical interest, education and/or prior experience is a plus.



Sr. Automation Technician


This position is responsible for overseeing day-to-day  aspects of assembly, troubleshooting/de-bugging, development, installation, and service of Custom Assembly Automation equipment.  In addition, the Sr. Technician plays a critical role in the mentorship of Production employees, and professionally representing EAM/Prescott in the field. Proficient in field service work and support.   Will assist sales efforts with current and new customers.


Mechanical Design/Engineer


Our new Automation Design Engineer must have extensive experience in automation design as a Mechanical Engineer, with a degree, commensurate experience, or both. EAM needs someone who can think on their feet in front of potential customers, collaborate with customers and our own EAM engineering team to provide process solutions. The person in this position must be able to generate concept drawings in AutoCAD. The successful candidate for this position will also be able to design a machine in CAD and follow it through to delivery. Strong technical writing skills are a must. Ability to occasionally travel is also a must, mostly in North America, but our equipment is sold worldwide.

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