Are you a technician that would benefit from an elite combination of top pay, great company culture and unmatched support from an organization that is at the top of their industry? Whether you are experienced with automatic doors and want to enjoy a better work environment or get your foot in a rewarding, better paying industry, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Horton Automatics is looking for a skilled Technician to join their team as a Transit Installer. This is a traveling role responsible for installing doors between terminals at airports subways and other transportation related facilities.
Why skilled Technicians join their Team:
- Industry leading pay
- Comprehensive benefits package including: Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical coverage, dental insurance, 401(k) with match, profit sharing
- 2 weeks paid vacation as well as holidays and sick time
- Company provided smart phone
- Incredible Support – Horton will pay for and/or provide you any training you need to be successful in this role from OEM training to health and safety training
If you have electromechanical troubleshooting, equipment installation, or repair experience, this is a career you need to explore.
Please click Apply or email your information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Set up FAI (First Article Inspection) units for customer visits and/or internal/external testing
- Participate developing installation plans/schedules and installation documentation
- Participate developing O&M (Operation and Maintenance) documentation
- Technical support to customers
- Participate developing testing documentation
- Create Mobilization plans for upcoming installations
- Manage installation tools and testing equipment
- Participate in lesson learned meetings
- Survey installation areas
- Perform and supervise door units’ installations, including but not limited to: Door panels, thresholds, framing, header/operator, fascia panels, covers, support columns.
- Coordinate on site activities with customers and subcontractors.
- Attend safety and coordination meetings
- Coordinate that all needed tools, equipment, consumables, materials, etc. are ready and in good conditions prior to beginning the installation.
- Develop installation progress reports.
- Coordinate/perform that all required quality inspections are getting done.
- Perform installation testing (Commissioning).
- Troubleshoot problems on site
- Redline current drawings according to the installation conditions, document changes to the current design and create lesson learned lists.
- Ensure installation stays on schedule
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to the individual's race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, genetic information, status as a military veteran or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.