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At thyssenkrupp we have more than 155,000 employees in nearly 80 countries and annual sales of €43 billion. We are active in automotive engineering, logistics, plant technology, steel production, elevator manufacturing and much more. We work in large and small businesses all around the world – but we always work together. We have over 200 years of experience in industry and the latest cutting-edge technology. We have a position that‘s right for you, that piques your interest, and that puts your skills to the test.

Regional Trainer - New Installation
thyssenkrupp Elevator Corp,
Location New York

We strive to make cities the best ever places to live, by advancing an industry that moves over 1 billion people each day. We are transforming our business by driving the industry norm and challenging ourselves, fostering a culture of internal and external collaboration, and building on our unique engineering capabilities to optimize existing and create new products and solutions for our customers that cater to real mobility needs. thyssenkrupp Elevator brings together the Group’s global activities in passenger transportation systems. With sales of 7.2 billion euros in fiscal 2014/2015 and customers in 150 countries, thyssenkrupp Elevator built its position as one of the world’s leading elevator companies from scratch in a mere 40 years’ time applying thyssenkrupp unique engineering capabilities. With more than 50,000 highly skilled employees, the company offers smart and innovative products and services designed to meet customers’ individual requirements. The portfolio includes passenger and freight elevators, escalators and moving walks, passenger boarding bridges, stair and platform lifts as well as tailored service solutions for all products. Over 900 locations around the world provide an extensive sales and service network to guarantee closeness to customers.
 
thyssenkrupp Elevator Americas is the largest producer of elevators in the Americas, with more than 15,500 employees, in over 230 branch and service locations. thyssenkrupp Elevator Americas oversees all business for the operations in the United States, Canada, Central and South America. It is a subsidiary of thyssenkrupp Elevator AG.

Your responsibilities

Based out of Manhattan, NY. Will be responsible for training all new installation processes, bringing up adjusters certification, and fixing/troubleshooting jobs at risk. In addition, help drive NIM, MAX, and all other SOP initiatives.

Will aid in training of installation processes for new and existing products. This will require traveling to the offices of the New York/New Jersey area and aiding in new product launches with field teams along with training on current company processes.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

 

  • Uses prior technical experience and knowledge of company product and processes to instruct and train mechanics and apprentices on all types of thyssenkrupp equipment. This includes and is not limited to installation processes of new types of equipment, adjusting procedures, maintenance and troubleshooting skills. Training on equipment including but not limited to TAC50-04, TAC20, CAN, LON, TAC50/T-IV, DMC, Meters, Synergy, and foreign equipment
  • Serves as a technical resource by responding to inquiries from mechanics in the Region for technical support on all types of equipment as needed. Travels to job sites throughout the Region to troubleshoot a variety of problems such as controller, drive, electronic noise interference, microprocessors, and software support. Will also perform PMT readings and analysis to improve ride quality. Conducts hands on training or orientation in the proper use of tools, including sensitive electronic equipment such as oscilloscopes and PMT devices which are used to improve ride quality
  • Provides further adjusting technical support for major projects throughout the Region as needed and assists with adjustor training for new installation mechanics and service personnel
  • May periodically be asked for technical input by Company in its development of on-the job training materials and instructional aids

Your profile

  • Safety training of mechanics, apprentices, and helpers with whom working on a job site in new construction, service, modernization, and repair
  • Maintain and acquire the latest technological information and skills relating to all vertical transportation in regards to service, installation, modernization, and construction. Interface between the Region and the factory on pertinent issues
  • Performs various other Adjuster duties as may be assigned by the Regional Vice President

 

NOTE: When hiring hourly employees, the Company complies with the procedures outlined in its collective bargaining agreements. These procedures are set forth in the National Guidelines for Apprenticeship Standards developed by the National Elevator Industry Education Program (NEIEP) and its participating Employers.  These Guidelines include an Affirmative Action Plan and Selection Procedures developed in cooperation with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, U. S. Department of Labor. 

 

**As provided for under Article XXII, Par. 1 of the labor agreement with the International Union of Elevator Constructors, the Company can only obtain applicants for this  position on referral from the IUEC Local.

About thyssenkrupp
At thyssenkrupp we have more than 156,000 employees in nearly 80 countries and annual sales of €39 billion. We are active in automotive engineering, logistics, plant technology, steel production, elevator manufacturing and much more. We work in large and small businesses all around the world – but we always work together. We have over 200 years of experience in industry and the latest cutting-edge technology. We have a position that‘s right for you, that piques your interest, and that puts your skills to the test.

We strive to make cities the best ever places to live, by advancing an industry that moves over 1 billion people each day. We are transforming our business by driving the industry norm and challenging ourselves, fostering a culture of internal and external collaboration, and building on our unique engineering capabilities to optimize existing and create new products and solutions for our customers that cater to real mobility needs. thyssenkrupp Elevator brings together the Group’s global activities in passenger transportation systems. With sales of 7.2 billion euros in fiscal 2014/2015 and customers in 150 countries, thyssenkrupp Elevator built its position as one of the world’s leading elevator companies from scratch in a mere 40 years’ time applying thyssenkrupp unique engineering capabilities. With more than 50,000 highly skilled employees, the company offers smart and innovative products and services designed to meet customers’ individual requirements. The portfolio includes passenger and freight elevators, escalators and moving walks, passenger boarding bridges, stair and platform lifts as well as tailored service solutions for all products. Over 900 locations around the world provide an extensive sales and service network to guarantee closeness to customers.
 
thyssenkrupp Elevator Americas is the largest producer of elevators in the Americas, with more than 15,500 employees, in over 230 branch and service locations. thyssenkrupp Elevator Americas oversees all business for the operations in the United States, Canada, Central and South America. It is a subsidiary of thyssenkrupp Elevator AG.

Your responsibilities

Based out of Manhattan, NY. Will be responsible for training all new installation processes, bringing up adjusters certification, and fixing/troubleshooting jobs at risk. In addition, help drive NIM, MAX, and all other SOP initiatives.

Will aid in training of installation processes for new and existing products. This will require traveling to the offices of the New York/New Jersey area and aiding in new product launches with field teams along with training on current company processes.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

 

  • Uses prior technical experience and knowledge of company product and processes to instruct and train mechanics and apprentices on all types of thyssenkrupp equipment. This includes and is not limited to installation processes of new types of equipment, adjusting procedures, maintenance and troubleshooting skills. Training on equipment including but not limited to TAC50-04, TAC20, CAN, LON, TAC50/T-IV, DMC, Meters, Synergy, and foreign equipment
  • Serves as a technical resource by responding to inquiries from mechanics in the Region for technical support on all types of equipment as needed. Travels to job sites throughout the Region to troubleshoot a variety of problems such as controller, drive, electronic noise interference, microprocessors, and software support. Will also perform PMT readings and analysis to improve ride quality. Conducts hands on training or orientation in the proper use of tools, including sensitive electronic equipment such as oscilloscopes and PMT devices which are used to improve ride quality
  • Provides further adjusting technical support for major projects throughout the Region as needed and assists with adjustor training for new installation mechanics and service personnel
  • May periodically be asked for technical input by Company in its development of on-the job training materials and instructional aids
Your profile
  • Safety training of mechanics, apprentices, and helpers with whom working on a job site in new construction, service, modernization, and repair
  • Maintain and acquire the latest technological information and skills relating to all vertical transportation in regards to service, installation, modernization, and construction. Interface between the Region and the factory on pertinent issues
  • Performs various other Adjuster duties as may be assigned by the Regional Vice President

 

NOTE: When hiring hourly employees, the Company complies with the procedures outlined in its collective bargaining agreements. These procedures are set forth in the National Guidelines for Apprenticeship Standards developed by the National Elevator Industry Education Program (NEIEP) and its participating Employers.  These Guidelines include an Affirmative Action Plan and Selection Procedures developed in cooperation with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, U. S. Department of Labor. 

 

**As provided for under Article XXII, Par. 1 of the labor agreement with the International Union of Elevator Constructors, the Company can only obtain applicants for this  position on referral from the IUEC Local.