Senior Controls Engineer
The Sr. Controls Engineer serves to research, develop, design and oversee the implementation of custom-engineered solutions for advanced industrial equipment. This position provides technical design, project leadership, installation oversight and overall support of electrical system architecture.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Participate in initial equipment conceptual development and carefully balance product specifications, process requirements, layout complexity, cost, and lead-time limits.
  • Client out new industrial electrical control panels which are NFPA79/NEC/UL508A compliant.
  • Architect, write, and debug PLC code with an emphasis on generating code that is organized, structured, documented, maintainable and reusable for manufacturing applications.
  • Implement (ANSI/RIA15.06/OSHA compliant) control reliable safety systems for safeguarding robots, gantries, conveyors, and other manufacturing equipment.
  • Generate aesthetically simple HMI screens for complex machinery while providing sufficient feedback for troubleshooting.
  • Manage electrical cabinet builds and field wiring
  • Select and size electrical and electromechanical components such as servo motors and controllers.
  • Deploy automated processes and equipment into production.
  • Set, implement, and maintain schedules and budgets to ensure project completion.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Equivalent work experience
  • 7+ years of professional experience in the design and commissioning of automation and controls systems for industrial applications.
PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Process integration and electromechanical / mechatronic systems experience.
  • AutoCAD Electrical experience
  • PLC Programming
  • Allen Bradley PLC and HMI programming experience. Yaskawa and Siemens platforms are a plus.
  • Field bus networks, serial communication and Ethernet communication.
  • Hands on experience building and commissioning high quality electrical control panels & electro-mechanical systems.
  • Knowledge of NEC, NFPA 79, UL508A codes.