Introducing Noah

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Hyperion Automation is excited to announce that Noah Gehrke has joined the team as an Assembly Technician. Noah will be working on control panels, building automated systems and other assembly tasks for Hyperion. Noah previously worked as a Production Manager for a car wrap and design company in Grand Rapids.

Values in Action

During a tour to learn more about the position and the company, Noah was impressed with Hyperion’s professionalism and rapport with their customers. “The people are all really fun here and everyone gets along well with them,” said Noah. 

Hyperion’s close-knit culture also attracted Noah to work with the company. “This is a place where you’re appreciated and not just a number. Everyone knows you and you get to know everyone,” he said. “This is a great job with great people. This is a job I can see myself retiring from someday.”

Taking Pride in Your Work

In his role with Hyperion, Noah most looks forward to working on projects for customers from start to finish. “I’m most excited to be able to see what the lines and cells we create will do in the end,” he said. “I love being able to see the end product and know that I contributed to others’ success. I love giving a helping hand wherever I can, and it’s great to know that what we do helps customers and a lot of other people.”

In his spare time, Noah enjoys dirt biking, fishing, playing cornhole and any sort of outdoor activity.

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