The Controls Engineer will use their skills and knowledge to support production equipment electronics; will mentor, coach, consult and provide technical reference for Maintenance Electricians to enhance their skills.
Troubleshoot/repair of electrical circuits and devices such as PLCs, HMIs, AC/DC variable speed motor and drives, servo drives and motors, temperature controls and other electronic controls and devices.
Lead and assist engineers and contractors . Assist and or lead in the design of electrical control systems for new and existing equipment to include wiring diagrams, equipment control logic, safety, quality and process control monitoring.
Supervise and assist Maintenance Electricians on electrical control systems installation, troubleshooting existing equipment, and NEC and OSHA standards.
Gatekeeper of maintenance PC notebooks, electrical test equipment, including software.
Maintain electronic records of facility equipment programs.
Requisition replacement electrical components for the facility’s equipment.
Ability to analyze and resolve diverse problems under variable circumstances.
Ability to assess new and emerging electronic technologies for potential in-house applications to support improvements and cost reductions.
Requires working knowledge and understanding of various types of PLCs and their software and the components they control.
Required to work effectively with technical and non-technical personnel at all levels of the organization; requires effective communications both orally and in writing.
Required to be on call and responsive to off shift and holiday production support needs.
May, on occasion, be required to perform duties other than those specified in this description.
Education and Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or Associates Degree.
Five years of experience in the electronics field such as controls, electrical design and troubleshooting.
Work Environment/Work Conditions:
Work time will be spent in a standard office environment with manufacturing plant exposure.
Must wear proper personal protection equipment while on manufacturing floor
Temperature and noise may vary depending on external environmental conditions.
Lack of attention and carelessness may result in personal injury to self or others.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran VEVRAA Federal Contractor