The Industrial Controls Engineer will be responsible for developing, evaluating and improving manufacturing methods utilizing knowledge of design, materials and assembly.
Industrial Controls Engineer
Develop, evaluate and improve manufacturing methods utilizing knowledge of product design, materials, fabrication and assembly processes.
Support and Manage Improvement Projects.
Continuously review new technologies or processes to improve productivity/quality.
Lead and/or support new product development and launch.
Support execution of all operations in a Safe manner achieving a zero accident environment.
Meet/Exceed all targets for Quality, Productivity, Uptime, On-Time Delivery and Cost.
Input and critique of machine control systems for fabrication, welding, assembly and/or paint.
Support budget development.
Participate in benchmarking activities to support ‘World Class’ manufacturing.
Design, build, install, and troubleshoot Industrial control and PLC systems.
Work with single and three-phase power distribution.
Ensure new and existing equipment complies with current revision of National Electric Code.
Ensure new and existing equipment complies with current OHSA regulations.
Work with Fanuc, Motoman, ABB, and Kuka robotic control systems and programming languages.
Work with Allen-Bradley, Siemens and Mitsubishi PLC’s for programming and troubleshooting purposes.
Maintain and update equipment electrical documentation.
Assist Maintenance Department in troubleshooting and repair of day-to-day equipment failures.
Develop machine based long-term corrective actions for part quality issues, and machine downtime issues.
Assist and develop training modules for maintenance troubleshooting.
Thorough understanding of Rittal Products
Maintain personal Action Tracker and update weekly.
Attend production, staff, 1x1 and status meetings as required.
Active participant in improving the Manufacturing & Engineering Organizations.
Cohesively work with peers.
Support an “Open Door” environment.
Actively engage with peers & management in creation of positive workplace culture.
Continuously improve your own skills and competencies.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or Technology is preferred.
Mechanical and electrical troubleshooting experience required.
Technical experience required.
Thorough knowledge of sheet metal fabrication, welding, powder coating and/or stamping preferred.
Must be computer literate with a working knowledge of all Microsoft products.
Knowledge of ProE and AutoCAD preferred.
Generous PTO benefits.
We have a comprehensive health insurance (Medical, Dental & Vision) with extremely low premiums
6% of your salary contributed to your 401K receives 50% company match.
Short-term and long term disability.
And we also give you free life insurance for you and your family.
An interactive wellness plan.
Flexible spending account
Optional life, accidental, hospital and critical illness insurance.
Rittal is a leading global provider of solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control and IT infrastructure, as well as software and services. The company is a member of the Friedhelm Loh Group, a successful international player with 18 production plants, 80 subsidiaries, and 12,500 employees. For more information, go to www.rittal.com.
We are looking forward to receiving your online application, appreciating an indication on your availability and salary expectations. For more information, please go to www.friedhelm- loh-group.com/careers