Employment at Ergotronix, Inc.

Ergotronix, Inc. (www.ergotronix.com) improves people’s lives by creating innovative quality products that optimize the interaction between people, work and the environment.  Ergonomics is the science of making the job fit the worker. The ergonomic philosophy is to search for solutions to workplace problems and to create a safe, comfortable work place that will reduce potentials for biomechanical injuries. This leads to increased productivity, consistent product quality, and decreased medical and workers’ compensation costs as well as high employee morale and less absenteeism.



Electromechanical Assembler

Job Summary

  • Assemble and interconnect customer specific electro-mechanical devices.
  • Candidate must have hands-on aptitude and ability to multi task between projects as well as electro-mechanical trouble-shooting experience. Occasional lifting is required.
  • Day shift position


  • Reads specific blueprints or diagrams that illustrate how to assemble the product
  • Troubleshoots down to module level.
  • Works in teams to assemble specific components of products.
  • Makes sure pieces are arranged correctly and properly connected.
  • Communicates with other assemblers to make sure production processes are complete.
  • Education preference: Associates degree in electronics field
  • Experience: 5 years of related experience


  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Operation monitoring
  • Quality control analysis
  • Critical thinking


Electromechanical Technician

Job Summary

  • Provide electro mechanical support for the assembly for the assembly, inspection and repair of devices manufactured by Ergotronix in the plant and at customer’s site.


  • Assemble, test, diagnose, repair, and install electromechanical systems.
  • Troubleshoot customer problems via phone/email and onsite.
  • Verify operational performance to specification.
  • Conduct operational testing of equipment.
  • Experience with electrical wiring, terminations and reading electronic schematics.
  • Ability to perform electrical/electronic circuit analysis.
  • Experience using test equipment while testing and troubleshooting down to module level.
  • Experience working independently.
  • Clear and effective communication.
  • Self-motivated, team player and problem solver.
  • Some travel for onsite customer equipment repair. Represent the organization with a positive image.

Job Qualifications

  • Associates degree in Electronics
  • Three or more years of field related experience


  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Operation monitoring
  • Critical thinking and initiative

To apply, please email a full resume, indicating position of interest and details of current salary to sales@ergotronix.com.

Ergotronix, Inc.
6408 Parkland Drive
Sarasota, Fl  34243