Electrical Controls Power Engineer Beverage Packaging Manufacturing
Conception to Reality
Denver, CO

About $85,000 - $110,000 a year

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Electrical Controls Power Engineer Beverage Packaging Manufacturing

Conception to Reality, Inc. (CtR) is a dynamic, results-oriented team of Project Managers and Engineers specializing in product packaging industry solutions. We are seeking a full-time Electrical/Controls Engineer II to support electrical engineering needs for major projects, and to oversee the design of control and power distribution systems for high-speed beverage packaging production lines. The position’s priorities are divided between 80% time spent on controls and 20% on power distribution.

Essential functions include:

- Conduct field audits to document/inventory existing conditions and develop as-built and new detailed engineering documents, including network diagrams, sequence of operations descriptions and drawings, one line diagrams, panel schedules, and electrical load calculations.

- Follow, update and remain current on customer specifications for packaging facilities to apply cost-effective solutions on the constantly evolving electrical standards for design, installation, and upkeep of electrical power distribution and control systems in packaging facilities.

- Oversee the design of control systems for packaging lines:

  • Understand and use customer specifications or create specifications for vendor to follow for controls and power.
  • Specify control panel components and review vendor control schematics and panel layouts.
  • Sequence of operation: identify sensor locations and how sensors control equipment, in coordination with equipment vendors.
  • Understand and use customer specifications or create specifications for vendor to follow for controls and power.
  • Review and approve vendor PLC programming for start-up and production of packaging lines, typically in RS Logix.

- Oversee the design of power distribution systems for packaging facilities:

  • Collect and review vendor information to develop electrical load summary data for 480-volt and 120-volt distribution systems from service entrance to all use points in a packaging facility.
  • Communicate effectively with contractors, engineers, vendors, and plant resources to document and install power and control wiring in packaging facilities.
  • Oversee the documentation for all installation packages whether outsourced or self-designed.

Required: Advanced electrical engineering knowledge. Proficient in RSLogix programming software. Understanding of power distribution and NEC. Proficient AutoCAD and in MS Office, especially Word, Excel and Outlook. Creative problem-solving skills; interpersonal skills, including the ability to build and maintain relationships at all levels with company clients, contractors, vendors and employees. Qualified candidates will have a high level of written and verbal communication skills to support working in a team environment and interacting with all levels of manufacturing plant personnel. Self-motivated, logical and analytical thinker, able to work well under pressure, and to manage multiple priorities.

Required: B.S. Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology with at least two years of relevant experience in a high-speed packaging, manufacturing, or system design environment.

Beverage packaging/manufacturing experience and project management experience a plus. P.E. a plus.

20-30% travel in U.S., Mexico and Canada. Salary is negotiable depending on qualifications. Background check and pre-employment drug test required.

Apply today to become an integral part of CtR’s close-knit team of dedicated professionals serving high-profile clients! Our office is located near Denver in Westminster, Colorado. Website: www.ctr-inc.com. Please send your resume and a cover letter describing how your qualifications meet our requirements.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Type: Full-time

Application Question:

  • Are you proficient in RSLogix programming software, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Office?