Responsible for building and testing sample motors, conducting
application testing and providing analytical evaluation.  Will gather technical information, procure
motor components, operate various measurement and electrical test equipment,
present professional reports, and provide input regarding motor performance and

  • Maintain open and frequent project related
    communication with peers, lab supervision, management, design engineers,
    quality engineers, team & area leaders, and others as required to fulfill
    sample orders accurately and on-time.

  • Process and complete sample requests with
    accuracy, documenting progress from initial layout to material procurement,
    component fabrication, sample building, testing, reporting, shipping, and

  • Develop and maintain a working knowledge of the
    production processes and equipment used to manufacture motors and related
    components, including; presses, winders, testers, lathes, diamond turns,
    insulators, wire fusers, magnetizers, varnish equipment, and various other
    types of assembly equipment.

  • Perform measurement and analytical testing with
    a wide range of equipment, including; caliper, micrometer, multi-meter,
    spectrum analyzer, hi-potential transformer, sound meter, oscilloscope,
    stroboscope, Magtrol computerized dynamometer, Fluke data collector, chart
    recorder, air flow chamber, microscope, and balancing equipment, etc. 

  • Create and implement continuous improvements in
    all areas of the lab including; the sample order process, sign off procedure,
    document control system, component procurement, motor fabrication, testing,

  • Provide trouble shooting input, and repair or
    improve the function of the computerized test equipment (e.g., dynamometer,
    spectrum analyzer, etc.) when required.

  • Prepare and present technical test reports, such
    as computerized speed/torque curves, noise analysis and air flow studies using
    Microsoft programs.

REQUIREMENTS:   Position requires a minimum 2-year technical degree or a 4-year undergraduate degree in an electronical related discipline.  Good organization and project management skills.  Strong communication and reporting skills.  Knowledge and work experience with electric motors, controls or electronic equipment preferred. 

THE COMPANY:  Established in 1976, McMillan Electric Company is a privately held, high volume manufacturer of electric motors and generator part sets.  Strategically located 40 miles from the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul in Woodville, Wisconsin, we partner with OEM customers to provide custom solutions for use in air moving, pump and compressor, HVAC and fitness industries.

CORE VALUES:   McMillan Electric believes strongly in four core values:  Integrity, Excellence, Positive Attitudes and the ability to be a Doer.  If you share these values, we welcome you to join our team!!!

COMPENSATION:  Highly competitive salary range that considers education, training, and experience along with a generous benefits package and profit sharing.

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