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Job Locations US-NV-Reno
Posted Date 1 week ago(5/29/2020 9:44 AM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an ATE Software Developer to join the Data Center Power and Control Team in Reno, Nevada.  The successful candidate will be responsible for building and supporting all phases of testing of Power Distribution Unit (PDU) products.  This position will interface with Engineering to develop tests for new products. The ATE Software Developer will have a background in electrical/electronic components and circuits along with software and application development experience to support Test Engineering.  The Component and Sustainability Engineer is expected to perform job duties quickly, efficiently, and according to the established departmental and company policies, procedures, and goals. What Will You Do?- Design, update, and maintain real-time test applications with hardware interfacing utilizing VB Dot Net.- Provide technical support to Production and Global Manufacturing; troubleshoot analog and digital circuits as well as electro-mechanical assemblies.- Build automation of testing for production volume parts and finished goods, focused on speed, accuracy, and reduced operator interaction in testing process.- Record and process test results into backend databases.- Support test equipment maintenance.- Design new test equipment.- Create and maintain test instructions and documentation.- Create hardware testing applications and fixtures for PCAs and finished product in a production environment.- Monitor and improve First Pass Yields for production test.- Provide real-time application support in a production environment.- Create and maintain various Web and Win form database utilities, applications, and SQL queries.- Work with high voltage.- Interface with Manufacturing Engineering to deploy and support volume production and testing, providing statistical information about cycle times and defect rates.- Interface with Quality Assurance to provide test coverage and diagnostic information about defects.- Interface with Technical Support and to provide testing records for customer support.- Interface with Planning to ensure tests are configured for versions of units being built.- Interface with local and remote production testing activities including trouble shooting units under test and test equipment defects.- Interface with PLM to add and support testing.- Interface with ERP to get data about expected builds, and feed provide test results back to the ERP system.
Job ID
6184
Job Locations US-NJ-Somerset
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/22/2020 3:06 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Production Technician to join the Data Power & Control Team in Concord, NC. The Production Technician is part of our Manufacturing team, reporting to the Production/Quality Supervisor. This position supports the power management and access product lines in support of order fulfillment and product quality. The technician is responsible for the inspection, upgrades and testing of our related products. This individual will support the team in meeting production schedules, solving production-related problems, and special projects.  What Will You Do?- Perform in-process visual inspections of products.- Follow procedures for rework, upgrading, and testing of product.- Perform work in accordance to UL Standards- Perform final assembly of product from sub-assemblies and replacement parts with both AC and DC parts.- Determine failure mode for all power related product failures, clearly reporting and documenting failure symptoms to enable root cause determination.- Repackage, label and transfer product to warehouse staff for stocking.- Transact material/product movement and lot codes in our ERP system.
Job ID
6182
Job Locations US-NC-Concord
Posted Date 5 days ago(6/1/2020 10:23 PM)
 At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Sr. Operations System Manager to join the Electrical Wiring Systems Team in Concord, NC. The successful candidate will develop and implement strategy to deploy IT technology to improve operational efficiency. Support existing and future hardware solutions (printers, plc’s, etc) to ensure they are working properly and that they are on sustainable platforms. Coordinate with IT on installing and maintaining software applications on various equipment. Support operations team with various systems related activities.  What Will You Do? - Evaluate, recommend, and implement technology solutions (bar coding, wireless, RFID, etc.) to enable our operations & supply chain team to be more efficient. - Improve productivity through automating administrative and transactional processes.- Develop an operational systems technology strategy, as part of the broader Division business strategy, and implementation roadmap for the Operations team.- Support existing and future hardware solutions (printers, plc’s, etc) to ensure they are working properly and that they are on sustainable platforms. - Work closely with local, division, and group operations to develop and implement the EWS Industry 4.0 strategy. - Support networking of all operations devices, equipment, and systems. - Coordinate with IT on installing and maintaining software applications on various equipment. - Upgrade legacy systems (Non ERP) to better supported versions where required. - Lead various projects (systems upgrades (NON ERP), implementation of new tools, etc.) as the Program Manager. - Support the Engineering EPDM system as required.- Provide custom extractions and data reporting from various ERP systems to aid in business processes (budgeting, physical inventory, etc)- Perform other similar and related duties as required.
Job ID
6181
Job Locations US-NC-Concord
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/21/2020 11:02 AM)
 At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) Site Leader to join the Electrical Wiring Systems Team in Concord, NC. The successful candidate will be responsible for:- Managing facility EH&S programs to ensure a safe and environmentally responsible working environment.- Develop & Implement safety and environmental policies and improvements that help provide a road map to zero injuries, environmental and world class performance. - Plans and delivers programs to train employees in work site safety practices, and promotes facility safety/ environmental stewardship by analyzing current conditions & recommending improvements.- Manages environmental and safety incidents to ensure good root cause, short and long term corrective/preventative actions are taken and implemented.- Analyzes accident and environmental data to identify trends that improvements can be made on, works with contractors on equipment installations and modifications and represents the site at external environmental/safety events, and audits.- Maintain legally required records and reports to ensure environmental and safety compliance. Support conservation and sustainability initiatives in line with Company initiatives. What Will You Do:- Develop and maintain the Concord’s EH&S programs to include improvement, prevention and compliance.- Help support, develop and participate in EWS level EH&S initiatives and strategy. - Lead Environmental and Safety sub-teams to drive employee engagement and improvements in areas of Sustainability and Safety. Includes safety inspection processes.- Develop, implement & maintain training programs required by federal and state EPA, ISO-14001, 45001 and OSHA regulations. Manage ISO14001 & 45001 programs at Concord.- Provide input to plant management on EH&S budget needs and policies.- Drive annual environmental/safety improvements related to reducing energy use, waste to landfill, waste water usage, LTIR & OSHA Recordable Injury Rate.- Faciliate addressing unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, hazards, and environmental risks in facility and evaluate/validate the ensuing correction(s). - Motivate facility personnel to achieve EH&S goals and objectives in a timely and safe manner. - Conduct or coordinate worker training in areas such as safety and regulations, hazardous condition monitoring, new employee orientation, use of safety equipment, hazardous waste handling, and environmental impact reduction efforts throughout the facility. Maintain records of training accordingly. - Maintain OSHA and Legrand required records and reports, coordinate compliance driven safety such as annual audiograms, industrial hygiene surveys, respirator fit testing, CPR/First Aid, etc., handles and defends any OSHA complaints, audits etc, and manage Worker's Compensation.- Facilitate and lead training events, EH&S activities, process improvements, visual controls and other ad hoc programs as appropriate. - Manage incident investigation process, including root cause analysis and identification of corrective action plans- Inspect facilities, machinery and safety equipment in order to identify and correct potential hazards and to ensure safety regulation compliance.- Maintain job hazard analyses - Ensure that EH&S compliance requirements are met by managing measurements and metrics, reporting, analysis, follow up and record keeping as mandated. - Lead Continuous Improvement initiatives regarding EH&S policies and programs.
Job ID
6177
Job Locations US-NV-Reno
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/12/2020 7:44 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Test & Repair Technician to join the Data Power Center & Control Team in Reno, NV. The Test and Repair Technician will work as part of a team to assemble products, troubleshoot and repair electronic components of the product. This position will perform all tasks in the assembly process and rotate through all or most of the tasks as assigned. The Electronic Repair Technician may be assigned complex tasks requiring a greater knowledge and skill. This position will ensure that all assigned duties are performed quickly, efficiently and according to the established departmental and company policies, procedures and goals. What Will You Do? - Provide support to Quality Assurance department on repair of units.- Maintain failure information in repair database.- Create and display work instructions in the CRM system (Vantage).- Access drawings in Omnify and follow work instructions to complete assignments.- Independently perform training for other employees on simple, repetitive bench assembly processes.- Perform complex soldering and train other employees on the process.- Accurately identify products by product model numbers.- Accurately identify commonly built assemblies and subcomponents by part number.- Identify non-conforming parts or assemblies and resolve related issues.- Perform proper crimping and cabling techniques and to identify and resolve issues.- Read and understand complex wiring diagrams and layout drawings and train other employees as required.- Read and understand Bills of Materials to identify and resolve issues.- Independently perform all tasks in Board Prep, Wire Prep, and Cord Prep.- Perform complex production processes to identify and resolve issues.- Perform Test and Validation processes to identify issues and resolve issues.- Perform hardware quality control functions for assembly lines to verify that products are assembled according to specification, integrity of hardware installation, and Hi-Pot verification and label.- Ensure coordination of production jobs to meet daily efficiency standards.- Provide direction to other employees to ensure efficiency standards are being met.- Recommend and/or implement measures for continuous process improvement.- Perform daily/weekly inspections and calibrations on HiPot and workbenches.- Effectively manage change over, setup of new jobs and provide setup recommendations for new product releases.- Perform work in a safe manner. Report repairs or safety concerns to management.- Maintain compliance with all ISO regulations and procedures.- Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID
6175
Job Locations US-CT-West Hartford
Posted Date 1 month ago(4/23/2020 12:10 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a HRIS Manager to join the Legrand North America Team in West Hartford, CT. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the development, implementation, and maintenance of the HRIS in collaboration with the HR Operations, payroll/Finance, benefits and compensation and IT functions. Lead governance and optimization of current HR systems and administrative processes, and project management of planned systems to ensure they support the organization’s short term and long term goals. Manage the company’s relationship with system vendors and be the primary point of contact for service level agreements and issue resolution. What Will You Do?- Manage and oversee the HRIS systems including, but not limited to, testing and implementation, researching and resolving HRIS problems, performing scheduled activities, handling unexpected process flaws, and recommending solutions or alternate methods to meet requirements of organization HRIS needs. Projects will include system upgrades and implementations, data migrations, acquisition integrations, system consolidations and standardization, and new system selection/RFP.- Plan, direct, and coordinate HRIS activities to maximize the effectiveness of human resources functions.- Effectively manage workforce analytics by writing and maintaining a variety of reports or queries utilizing appropriate reporting tools. - Manage maintenance and accuracy and integrity of employee data, for reporting and distribution.- Recommend process/customer service improvements, innovative solutions, policy changes and/or major variations from established policy that must be approved by appropriate leadership prior to implementation. - Direct the design, selection and implementation or modification of HRIS and other HR computer solutions.- Monitor budget and utilize operational resources.- Ensure services are in compliance with professional standards, state and federal regulatory requirements related to recordkeeping and reporting.
Job ID
6168
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
Posted Date 3 months ago(3/12/2020 5:08 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Mechanical Engineer to join the Lighting Sector Team in Dever, CO. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will join the New Product Development team at Pinnacle Architectural Lighting to develop high quality market differentiated luminaire designs. This individual will be responsible for new product development from concept through production and must be able to design highly configurable product families that are uncompromising in quality and performance yet cost effective and simple to assemble, install, and maintain. Additionally, this individual will serve as a technical expert and resource to support key initiatives, share best practices in design, and mentor others in the engineering team.   What Will You Do?- Own product design and development to support the release of new luminaire designs that meet the highest standard for performance, quality, cost, and safety - Use best practices in DFM, DFA, DFSS to develop simple and robust product designs that are easy to assemble, install, and maintain- Communicate project requirements to internal and external stakeholders. Must be able to collaborate effectively with product management, manufacturing, and purchasing teams as well as suppliers and certification agencies to execute projects- Set priorities to meet or exceed project budget and schedule. Anticipate risks and propose innovative solutions to overcome obstacles. - Lead research and development of new technologies, materials, and optical designs that enable cutting edge product releases- Create clear engineering documentation including 3D assemblies, drawings, Engineering Change Orders, and technical reports as needed to support product release- Conduct design and manufacturability reviews with appropriate stakeholders of the business and manage to product gate system requirements- Facilitate knowledge sharing across company and provide mentoring to other engineers. Foster innovation and promote positive change within organization.- Demonstrate a keen understanding of applicable regulatory requirements and ensure alignment with product specification and validation
Job ID
6155
Job Locations US-NV-Reno
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/20/2020 7:03 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an Facilities and Office Manager to join the Data, Power & Control Team in Reno, NV. The Facilities and Office Manager will provide advanced support in the realm of Safety and Facilities in addition to executive assistant-level administrative support for the VP of Operations and Leadership team. This position will draft correspondence, schedule appointments, make meeting arrangements, prepare reports, and provide exceptional customer service to answer questions and provide Company information to corporate, visitors, and other interested parties as required. The Facilities and Office Manager will oversee all vendor contracts for the facility, order necessary supplies, and ensure the smooth operation of the facility. This position will supervise administrative staff and divide responsibilities to ensure that all assignments are performed quickly, efficiently and according to the established departmental and company policies, procedures and goals. We’re looking for an energetic professional who doesn’t mind wearing multiple hats. What Will You Do? Committee Lead Roles:- Oversee and act as an onsite lead for Safety Committee, Sustainability Committee, and Better Communities Committee teams and initiatives.- Develop and conduct training programs for management and employees regarding various rules and regulations for Health and Safety in coordination with HR.- Assist business in meeting Corporate established Sustainability goals.- Conduct thorough investigations of incidents and near misses.- Work with Human Resources to review accidents and incidents which occur reporting and managing corrective actions. - Familiarity with OSHA forms and reporting strongly desired.Administrator Role:- In coordination with the department leaders, prepare presentation for the monthly Key Performance Metric meeting.- Prepare weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports for corporate reporting. - Process expense reports and credit card reconciliation.- Coordinate legal review, obtain proper approvals, and maintain all Server Technology corporate contracts.- File and retrieve corporate documents, records, and reports.- Coordinate large meetings including: venue, meeting supplies, A/V, food, transportation, and lodging. Office/Building Management:- Oversee all contracts and vendors to ensure smooth operation of the facility (i.e., landscaping, facility maintenance, janitorial, sustainability, etc.)- Negotiate purchase of office supplies and equipment and supervise receiving and shipping of necessary supplies.- Issue appropriate purchase requisitions and negotiate contracts for maintenance of various equipment.- Coordinate maintenance and alteration of office areas and equipment, as well as layout, arrangement, and housekeeping of office facilities.- Oversee and coordinate inter-office communication installations and maintenance.- Manage and remedy all after-hours security and facility issues.- Establish and maintain vendor databases for all office products and services. Provide exceptional customer service to respond to routine questions and provide information in a timely manner. - Contact vendors and schedule repairs for emergency issues with the building. Miscellaneous:- Supervise and provide support and direction to receptionist position. Resolve personnel issues and support team building with positive and open communication.- Support and motivate staff to participate in company sponsored classes and training, with the objective of completing individual goals and compliance with mandatory training.- Assist in coordinating annual company picnic, holiday party and team building events.- Use appropriate resources to determine answers to questions from customers or members of the public.- Transmit information or documents to customers and management, using computer, mail, or facsimile machine.- Keep a current record of Executive Team schedules and availability.- Respond to department voice mail messages and e-mail and coordinate follow up responses. - Actively participate in ongoing company cost reduction efforts.- Complete special projects as assigned.- Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID
6150
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
Posted Date 3 months ago(3/12/2020 5:09 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Product Manager to join the Lighting Sector Team in Denvor, CO. As Product Manager, you will guide the product development life cycle from cradle to grave by identifying potential products; conducting market research; generating product requirements; determining specifications, production timetables, pricing, and time-integrated plans for product introduction. This extends from increasing the profitability of existing products to developing new products for the company. You will build products from existing ideas and help to develop new ideas based on your industry experience and your contact with customers and industry experts. You must possess a unique blend of business and technical savvy; a big-picture vision, and the drive to make that vision a reality. You must enjoy spending time in the market to understand their problems and find innovative solutions for the broader market. You must be able to communicate with all areas of the company. Communication is critical in the role of Product Manager. You will be tasked with defining, developing and managing products and must engage teams in every aspect of the development process. You will be the expert and champion both internally and externally for your products and will be required to communicate the product line’s values. What Will You Do?- Managing the entire product line life cycle from strategic planning to tactical activities- Specifying market requirements for current and future products by conducting market research supported by on-going visits to customers and non-customers.- Driving a solution set across development teams (primarily Development/Engineering, and Marketing Communications) through market requirements and positioning.- Developing and implementing a company-wide go-to-market plan, working with all departments to execute.
Job ID
6147
Job Locations US-CT-West Hartford
Posted Date 4 months ago(2/17/2020 5:41 PM)
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a FP&A Manager to join the Electrical Wiring System Team in West Hartford,CT. The Successful candidate will provide in-depth analysis of financial results to senior management to assist in business decision making. Provide insight into the entity financial results to Legrand North America and the Legrand Group, primarily through the monthly Everest submission, and monthly LNA reporting package. What Will You Do?- Leading the financial reporting & financial analysis with the completion of the Everest Reporting, LNA reporting package- Lead the forecast and budget process for the entity.- Lead special projects to improve profitability and growth of the entity.- Assists the VP of Finance and the Director of FP&A for Legrand North America with financial analysis. Tracking material spend vs. market performance, process improvement- Acts as key liaison between local business team and group FP&A and other functional areas.- Performs other similar and related duties as required. 
Job ID
6104