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Controls Engineer

Position Overview:
Under the direction of the Department Manager, provide engineering support by planning, directing and coordinating the design, manufacture, testing, quality and inspection. The qualified candidate would be responsible for the requirements below.
Requirements:
Must maintain a good understanding of leading edge technology.
Experience programming Allen Bradley PLC, control panel design, and industrial integration.
Good equipment troubleshooting skills required.
Interested in long term growth and advancement.
Capable and proficient in HMI or PLC development languages (Panel View preferred).
Troubleshooting and commissioning fieldbus networks (Ethernet/IP and DeviceNet).
Creating and modifying schematics with Auto CAD.
Ability to manage time and priorities under demanding circumstances.
Excellent communication, reasoning and listening skills.
Familiar with NPFA 79, ANSI, RIA 15.06 and NEC standards.
Robotics integration and work cell safety.
Ability to effectively interact with other engineers, technicians and other cross functional team members in performing work assignments.
Analyzes and plans work force utilization, space requirements, work flow and design layout of equipment and workspace for maximum efficiency and safety.
Develops, recommends and maintains process documentation.
Applies statistical methods to design and improve manufacturing methods.
Designs automated equipment and troubleshooting processes.
Previous process controls (Allen Bradley PLC) system development or product launch experience is preferred.
Evaluates and implements cost savings opportunities for the equipment and facility.
Prepares capital appropriation request and justification for equipment as required.
Have knowledge of computer network systems.
Must maintain a good understanding of leading edge technology.
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Experience:

5 + years' experience with controls engineering, systems integration, instrumentation, Programmable Logic Control and SCADA Network layouts as well as control strategy development.

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