Phillips-Medisize, LLC is seeking a Controls Engineer, at our new manufacturing facility in Hudson, WI to track and coordinate the progress of various projects on a day-to-day basis to ensure the project is on track and within budget.
Manages electrical/control projects including new, replacement, operations improvements, and periodic repair and replacement.
Provides technical support, direction, and training to support personnel and Maintenance Technicians.
Investigates systems and equipment problems and provides technical input in problem resolution.
Develops technical cost estimates, investment forecast, business cases, appropriation requests, and plans for project activity.
Coordinates with Manufacturing Engineers on new equipment planning, including equipment change, equipment improvements, throughput, sourcing, etc.
Assist in the development of a project support plan between the plant and outside OEM resources.
Create and/or support all equipment qualification documentation activity.
Ensure adherence to established site best practices.
Coordinate and regulate various meetings, project progress review, etc.
Devise strategies to overcome roadblocks or delays by utilizing the latest industry related technologies, innovating short cuts, or improvising with available resources to deadline.
Create, facilitate and uphold hazardous assessment process.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Electrical, Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering preferred
5-7 year of experience in related field
Technical proficiency in control software applications and electrical CAD systems
Strong cause-effect analytical abilities to solve problems.
Excellent communication skills
Strong control circuit and cabinet design experience
Strong project management skills
Skills and Abilities:
Ability to work independently under minimal supervision
PLC & HMI programming
Programming motion controls (linear actuators & rotary motors)
Programming robots (SCARA, Gantry, & 6 axis robots)
Setup and program vision systems
Equipment specification creation and review
Electrical drawing creation and interpretation
OSHA and UL regulations and compliance
Customer focused; demonstrate initiative; ability to identify problems and develop solutions
Self-managing and can administer programs with an entrepreneurial mindset
Clear and concise verbal communication and written documentation skills; teamwork is essential; organizational skills.
Understand automated assembly lines, injection molding, tooling, materials, part design, and affiliated processes is preferred.
This position does not qualify for VISA sponsorship
About Phillips-Medisize, LLC…
Phillips-Medisize, a Molex company, is a leading global outsource provider of design and manufacturing services to the drug delivery, consumable diagnostics, medical device and specialty commercial markets.