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Robotic Automation Engineer


Job Description: 

Responsible for performing effective planned maintenance and repairs to the whole production machinery and utilities.

• PLC Programming and Administration (Siemens S7, TIA)
• AGV Programming and Support (Hikrobot, Geek+, Casun)
• Bar Code Scanner configuration and support
• Torque Tool configuration and support (Atlas Copco)
• Critical Spares Management
• Comply with OHS Act regulations and other legislation
• Involvement with all new projects
• Writing of applicable Works Instructions
• Accurately carry out maintenance schedules for production machinery and services (Electrical and Mechanical)
• Ensure I high standard of housekeeping always
• Carry out all works orders given within the time frame given
• Perform and ensure quality workmanship- no come backs
• All work must be performed safely according to all safety regulations
• Speedily rectify breakdowns and after hours call outs
• Weekly shift and stand by duty to be performed as per roster
• Keep Maintenance Manager up to date pertaining to any potential breakdowns and safety threats
• Adhere to Company HSEE policy
• Perform shift and standby call out duties
• Working overtime when required as agreed by Manager

• Degree or BTech Electrical Engineering (NQF 6)
• At least 5 years’ experience in Engineering in an automotive manufacturing environment.
• Siemens S7, TIA
• Pneumatic knowledge advantageous
• Robotics Experience (ABB) advantageous
• At least 5 years’ experience in electrical problem-solving experience
• Process Control experience
• Planning, organising and controlling skills


East London, South Africa,


Abantu Staffing Solutions


No education

Job Category: 


Working Experience: 

5 to 7 years

Contract Type: 

Full Time



Salary Frequency: 


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