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Electrical Controls Engineer

 Job Description

 Electrical Controls Engineer for the design of composite fiber winding systems, desktop robot assembly/dispensing systems and small custom automated assembly systems.


Duties will include:

- Working with customers to develop the Scope of work and Equipment Specifications.

- Electrical concept and detailed electrical design of complete systems.

- PLC, HMI and Drive programming. 

- Creating schematics and panel drawings required for in-house panel shop manufacturing.

- Apply required electrical and safety codes to designs.

- Maintain budgetary requirements and project schedules.

- Work in coordination with mechanical engineers as needed on the system concept and design.

- Create equipment and bill of material specification.

- Conduct internal shop trials, customer site installations and startups as required.

- Troubleshooting equipment in the field through site visit, email, or via phone.

- Interface with vendors, customers, contractors to insure systems meet technical specification requirements.


Job Requirements and Experience

- Hands-on self-directed type of engineering background experience.

- B.S. in Electrical Engineering.

- 5+ years industrial experience.

- Excellent mathematical aptitude.

- Solid electrical troubleshooting/debug skill set.

- Ability to design control systems from scratch.

- PLC, HMI programming experience with the following brands:

       Allen Bradley PLC (Highly Desired)

       Delta Electronics (We are a Delta distributor)

       AutomationDirect, Mitsubishi, Omron Siemens, GE, etc.

- VFD and Servo Drive application, setup and commissioning experience.

- AutoCAD drawing experience for generating schematics and panel layouts.
- Working knowledge of industrial safety and electrical standards. (NFPA, OSHA, UL, IEC, CE, etc.)

- Ability to use Microsoft Excel and Word for calculations and creating electrical documentation.

- Must have or be eligible to obtain a current passport for travel outside the US.



Most of our equipment is designed, built and tested at our plant and shipped to the customer ready to operate after they provide connections to plant utilities.  Due to this, travel requirements are minimal.   Some of our larger systems may require several days to a worst case of several weeks in the field.  Some occasional overseas travel may also be required.  Overall travel time for the position is 4-6%.

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