Talent Strategy

Shift: 1st

Compensation: $100,000

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development and design of the controls software packages utilizing Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and/or Human/Machine Interfaces (HMI).
  • Develop tools and documents to troubleshoot problems quickly.
  • Engineer control hardware / software upgrades necessary to improve operating efficiency of equipment.
  • Examines and understands specifications in order to ensure the functionality of the equipment meets these specifications.
  • Modification of process equipment control system to ensure maximum production output while minimizing down-time: this includes modifications to improve plant-wide costs and efficiencies.
  • Ensures the equipment being started up and commissioned operates in accordance with company requirements.
  • Programs robotic and/or controls equipment per company specifications.
  • Performs preventative maintenance as requested by the customer to ensure minimum down-time and optimum operation of machines and equipment.

Qualifications:

  • Extensive experience programming Allen Bradley/Rockwell and Siemens PLC/HMI software.
  • Industrial Networks Knowledge. (Ethernet I/P, Device Net, Profibus, ControlNet.)
  • Auto CAD Electrical experience developing schematics, panel layout, and bill of materials.
  • Extensive experience with VFD and Servo drive systems.
  • Thorough knowledge of power distribution as it applies to machine controls.
  • Knowledgeable in the design and application of fluid power controls. (hydraulic, pneumatic, vacuum).
  • Thorough knowledge of electro-mechanical control devices. (optical, inductive, capacitive sensors / contactors, relays, switches / power supplies and transformers / motors and motor starters.)
  • Knowledge of Common Machine Guarding Devices. (Bumper Strips, Light Curtains, Area Scanners, etc.)
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