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At FANUC America Corporation we are passionate about our customers, our employees, and the work we perform. We maintain a workplace where individuals can be proud of, where talents are embraced, and results are encouraged and supported. We are looking for talented people who value integrity, informed decision-making and collaboration. If you believe you are one of those talented people, and are interested in being considered for a career at FANUC America, we invite you to apply today! As a Senior Validation Engineer here at FANUC America, you will be responsible for interfacing directly with General Motors (GM) to support their requests using the GM Global Standard for robots; and setting up applications on robots that will test KAREL programs, Teach Pendant (TP) programs and robot parameters that provide a robust solution for GM Global Specifications across the world. You will also validate FANUC robot software (working onsite in a FANUC lab) that will be used at GM production facilities. These applications include, but are not limited to, Spot, Dispense, Stud, MH, SPR, Flowdrill, Tool Changers, Project Welding, Arc Welding, Vision, Collaborative Robots. The ideal candidate will be a problem-solver with a “service first” (customer-focused) mindset who has experience with FANUC technology and has worked with GM Global Specifications or has the desire and willingness to learn the GM Global Standard for robots. Primary responsibilities will include:

Support, design, and develop teach pendant programs and KAREL programs based on customer requests

Develop robot programs written in KAREL, TTP+ and PMC

Develop, integrate, and validate custom application solutions to meet specific customer requirements (Customer Software Interfaces - Spot, Dispense, Stud, MH, Flowdrill, etc.)

Operate FANUC robots and software

Interact and work closely together with Customers and Integrators from project start to finish

Work collaboratively with GM Global Group Engineers to gather customer requests and requirements needed for current and future projects; clarify requests by creating a functional specification approved by GM

Write detailed robot software specifications and programming guides based on customer specific process requirements

Create internal functional specifications for the development on approval

Create a testing plan for self-validation of the software to verify functionality on robot application during internal buyoff

Ideal candidate will have the following experience and education:

High School Diploma or GED Required

Bachelor’s degree in software or electrical engineering, or related field or related experience

Minimum of five years of experience working with industrial robots and/or computer-controlled automation preferred

Software programming experience (Teach Pendant / TP programs and Basic)

Robot programming experience

We offer market competitive pay and benefits programs, as well as opportunities for advancement, knowledge and skill development, and recognition of individual achievements. In addition, we offer the following benefits to our employees:

Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance

401(k) Retirement Program

Life Insurance

Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Plans

Tuition Reimbursement

Wellness Program

Flexible Spending Accounts

Employee Assistance Program

Flexible Benefit Dollars

Generous Holiday & Vacation Program

Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

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