Come and work with us the “TT Way” which means we do the right thing, bring out the best in each other, achieve more together, champion expertise and get the job done…well! With approximately 4100 colleagues we operate from 21 locations around the world. Building the expertise of our people is critical to the future success of our organisation.
TT Electronics is a global provider of engineered electronics. We collaborate with customers in the transportation, industrial, medical, and aerospace and defence markets, providing them with engineering expertise and support through a global network of specialists and world class facilities. As a responsible employer we encourage all our people to “give something back” by supporting the local communities in which we operate.
Our OPTEK Technology unit in Carrollton is an innovative leader in the optoelectronics and lighting industries. Equipped to meet the needs of our worldwide customers, OPTEK products can be found in office equipment, industrial applications, encoders, military and high-reliability applications, medical diagnostic equipment, automotive and lighting applications. With over 40 years of mounting, bonding, and packaging experience, our engineering teams have the skills and expertise to deliver optoelectronic solutions for the most demanding environments.
Member of sensor new product introduction team. Perform mechanical engineering portions of projects through all stages of design, manufacturing implementation, and production. Support these products after start of production including assistance to operations, suppliers, sales, and customers.
TOOLS USED: (List the general category of machines or other equipment that are used in this job.)
PC, Microsoft Office software, 3D CAD software, CRM software, project management software, production aids & devices, electrical & mechanical measurement devices.
Ability to travel domestically and globally without restriction. Approximately 5% travel required.
POTENTIAL SAFETY HAZARDS:
Office environment concerns – trip & fall, repetitive motion, computer monitor eye fatigue. Factory exposure to processes with hazards including crush, cutting, electrical, burning, toxic, corrosive, asphyxiation, and cryogenics. Vehicular travel hazards.