Manufacturing Execution System Analyst

Company Name:
Volt Information Sciences
Manufacturing Execution System Analyst
Ankeny, IA
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Location: US-IA-Ankeny
Job Type: Contingent/Temporary
Duration: 365+ Days
Pay Rate: N/A DOE
Job ID 1-13-352638
Date Posted: 6/23/2014Job Description
Volt has been serving some of the nation''s strongest companies for over 60 years. We have a talented and upbeat staffing team focused on the quality of your career. As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our employees. We are a Six Sigma company that also offers many direct hire, full-time positions.
Are you looking to gain World class experience working with one of the Midwest''s largest providers of agricultural equipment? We have just the opportunity for you! Volt is currently seeking a Manufacturing Execution System Analyst to work onsite with our client in a contingent position expected to last approximately three years. Within this role, you will support production through the completion of a variety of technical tasks using independent judgment and problem solving in applying policies and procedures. You will be responsible for recognizing component and/or equipment problems that arise and perform independent troubleshooting and testing. Additional duties include:
Under limited supervision, provide a wide range of technical support to the production floor, engineers, and/or department.
Maintain necessary records and documentation.
Develop simple work instruction and modify or update existing procedures.
Research, gather and summarize data for use in determining errors and root cause.
Provide recommendations for problem resolution or process improvement.
Job Requirements
Bachelor''s degree in an engineering discipline.
An engineering background with shop floor manufacturing experience.
1+ years of information systems experience.
Experience working with engineering tools.
Troubleshooting experience.
Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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