Company and the Role:

The Wolfe Companies, LLC, a leader in the Gift Card and FinTech sectors, is known for its prominent brands such as PerfectGift, Gift Card Granny, GiftYa, Reaf Marketing, and Give InKind. Our company excels in delivering exceptional value and customer experience in our industry. You'll find detailed information about our company culture, values, and the recognition we've earned in our industry at the top page of our career site.

Our current production capacity is approximately 10,000,000 Visa/Mastercard's gift cards per year, and we are at about 35% capacity. With our continuous growth, the volume of cards we produce has increased by over 50% compared to last year. Rather than expanding our fulfillment team (currently comprised of 7 full-time employees and an additional 7 seasonal workers during the holiday season), we've been working with leading robotics consulting companies to pioneer automation in our industry.

In light of this, we're looking for our first Senior Lead, Robotics Operations Center to lead our robotics operations. This is a hands-on role enhancing production capacity, efficiency, and quality – not simply research or robot building. This is an exciting opportunity in Pittsburgh to establish, operate, maintain, and build our automation team. This role will also require a strong understanding of software engineering insights.

The Company was founded in 1996, and we are over 210 passionate, dedicated employees and contractors spanning the U.S. Recognized this past month by Inc 5000 as the third fastest growing company in Pittsburgh, tenth in Pennsylvania and no. 382 in the USA. Additionally, The Wolfe Companies was selected last year as the #1 fastest growing private company in the Pittsburgh region by Business Times’ Fast 50 List of Pittsburgh’s fastest growing company.

Your primary responsibilities will include:

  • Properly perform all phases of set-up, operation, maintenance and basic repairs of complex robotic equipment.
  • Calibrates, maintains and operates a wide variety of control, measuring and recording equipment used to test and evaluate software, electronic and mechanical systems.
  • Following supervisory instruction and based on blueprints and diagrams, may layout and construct or modify equipment. May operate machine tools to fabricate non-procurable items to construct equipment.
  • Sets up and operates equipment necessary for testing, monitoring and recording the evaluation of robotic systems for maximum efficiency and continuous improvement.
  • Demonstrate to staff members in the operation of test equipment as well as with the design, performance requirements, use and capabilities of instructional and other equipment.
  • May monitor the stock of materials necessary for the repair and construction of equipment and reorder materials as necessary.
  • Mobility Requirements: Very active job that often requires walking or standing. Frequently requires bending, stretching, pushing as well as lifting of components or equipment. Must be able to maneuver in cramped areas while performing minor repairs or calibrations to equipment.
  • Environmental Conditions: Work is generally performed inside a fabrication facility. Equipment operated has various moving parts and must be operated following all safety procedures.

Required Qualifications:

  • Associate degree, Trade School or equivalent experience.
  • At least 5 years of experience in robotics.
  • At least 1 year of experience with hydraulics and/or pneumatics assembly and troubleshooting.
  • Experience with robotic system operations and troubleshooting.
  • Able to read blueprints, schematics, mechanical drawings and other job specifications.
  • Able to prioritize work and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to maintain accurate and detailed records.
  • Excellent reasoning and problem-solving skills as well as excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to take on a multi-disciplinary role as a member of a cross-departmental project team.
  • Working knowledge of mechanical and hydraulic devices and test equipment.
  • Ability to pay close attention to detail, meeting deadlines, work under pressure and work with frequent interruptions.
  • Strong oral communication skills.
  • Intermediate of above computer skills including MS Office and presentations.

Note:

  • The position is in-plant (on site) and may require weekend and evening hours.
  • Applicants must be U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and hold a valid driver’s license. Some travel and overnight stay may be required.

Compensation & Benefits:

Wolfe is committed to providing its employees with a benefits package designed to give them the flexibility they need to ensure a healthy life/work balance. Wolfe offers its employees great benefits and perks, including, but not limited to:

  • Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)
  • Medical, Prescription, Vision, and Dental insurance for employees and dependents
  • 15 days of PTO (vacation). 20 days after the 2-year anniversary. 25 days after the 5-year anniversary.
  • 12 Paid Holidays plus 2 Floating Holidays
  • 401(k)
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee recognition program
  • Charitable Donation to a Charity of YOUR Choice yearly
  • Employee Referral Bonus: Refer Friends, and if we hire them, you get awarded
  • Family Picnic, Holiday Party, and other employee outings
  • Brown bag sessions to keep you informed on the company/industry
  • Internal Culture Club
  • Competitive Compensation


Wolfe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Wolfe does not sponsor individuals for the purpose of obtaining H-1 Visas.