The Aftermarket Support Analyst supports field technicians and equipment end-users with identification of machine parts and related components.
Essential Duties and Accountabilities:
- Support field service staff and end-users with identification of machine tool parts.
- Analyze and interpret machine assembly drawings.
- Evaluate the company’s repair parts inventory through analysis, optimization, and maintenance of the database of part descriptions.
The Aftermarket Support Analyst has no personnel supervisory responsibilities.
The Aftermarket Support Analyst typically does not travel. Occasional special events may require travel by automobile/car and/or airplane.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to provide valid proof of identity and valid United States work authorization documentation
- Ability to successfully complete a company-paid drug test and pre-employment baseline physical
- Hearing, color vision, and the ability to push at least 15 pounds and lift at least 10 pounds
- Hand, arm, and finger dexterity to operate ancillary equipment, tools, and office equipment
- Written and verbal communication skills in the English language.
- Attention to detail, self-motivation, organization are critical in this role.
- Ability to interpret technical engineering documents (schematic drawings, machine/part blueprints, etc.)
- Electrical and/or mechanical aptitude, and knowledge of machining fundamentals is beneficial but not required.
- Ability to analyze data and propose adjustments to inventory settings
- Ability to read Japanese language is beneficial but not required
Required Education, Experience, and Licensing:
- Experience in machine tools, machine parts, automated equipment or related field.
- Applicable workplace experience or a bachelor degree in Manufacturing/Mechanical/Industrial Engineering.
- 1+years(s) of experience with interpretation of CAD drawings is beneficial.
- 1+ year(s) of experience with the Microsoft suite of products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
Work Environment and Physical Demands:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions. Work is most often performed in an office setting with minimal exposure to hazards. However, work may occasionally be performed in a manufacturing environment with exposure to health or safety hazards that require the use of personal protective equipment such as safety shoes, safety glasses with side shields, and hearing protection.
EOE/AA/ADA: All are encouraged to apply.