Controls Engineer

Job Description
To provide design, planning, implementation and support for industrial control activities related to Manufacturing, Maintenance and Quality departments in the manufacture of carrier components.
Job Requirements
Provide technical assistance in support of projects and manufacturing goals.
Provide technical assistance to the Maintenance department as requested in identifying and correcting non-routine or highly complex equipment problems.
Maintain technical documentation and software in direct support of manufacturing and plant facilities.
Design and review designs of plant equipment as they relate to electrics, electronics, hydraulics, pneumatics and safety issues. Insure the most beneficial application of current technology in these designs.
Coordinate and implement continuous improvement projects from conception to completion.
Issue request for quotation, develop appropriation request, and prepare purchase orders for projects and equipment.
Initiate and support various task teams as required.
Experience in industrial control system design and drafting. CAD experience preferred.
Working knowledge of; NFPA-79, NEC, OSHA (Machine & Equipment Safety), ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012
B.S. degree in an electrical or electronics engineering field required, with a minimum of 1-2 years related experience preferred.
HMI; AB PanelView, FTView, ME & SE, Parker CTC & InteractX
PLC Infrastructure; SLC-500, MicroLogix, Compact Logix, ControlLogix, Siemens
PLC Programming; RSLogix 500, RSLogix 5000, Siemens Step-7
Legacy PLC platforms; PLC-II, SLC500
AC/DC VSD (Variable speed drives); Mitsubishi, AB, Various others
Hydraulic and pneumatic experience and understanding
Process Control & PID
Cell Automation Design & Robotic Integration; ABB, FANUC
Excellent verbal and written skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills and experience working in a team environment.
Ability to use a personal computer and software as used in the electrical engineering role.
Demonstrated ability to plan, organize and implement work activities with minimal direction.

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