As a Controls Engineer, you will utilize your technical and communication skills to design, install and troubleshoot operations systems and equipment, develop and install new production processes, and participate in overall improvement activities leading to better efficiencies, lower costs, better quality, improved safety, and improved response to customer needs based on input obtained from cross functional sources.
To perform these activities, the Controls Engineer will need to collaborate with other Engineering disciplines, production, maintenance, and contract personnel to create and oversee the design and build of Controls systems; create process equipment Controls specifications for new and modified systems; validate, install, and commission new systems.
A successful Controls Engineer will have excellent analytical skills to be applied in design, programming, and troubleshooting of process based systems utilizing Allen-Bradley PLC’s, Control Logix, HMI Factory Talk View, GE PLC’s (90-30) and Cimplicity (Proficy), Fiber Optic and Ethernet networks, as well as other PLC architectures and systems as required.
The Controls Engineer is responsible for troubleshooting, eliminating control systems issues and manage small to medium size Controls projects.
Develops and maintains process system databases that are integral parts to the manufacturing process control and monitoring systems.
Designs and develops new control and monitoring systems following ISA and CSI standards, including
Process control systems
Machine control systems
Production floor (MES) systems
Other systems as required.
Performs start up assistance and training for control and monitoring systems.
Develops and implements wireless communication systems for manufacturing.
Collaborates with Engineering and Information Technology resources for the integration and resolution of server, PC, database, HMI, fiber optic and Ethernet networks, Visual Basic, and other hardware or software related issues.
Develops and maintains documentation and control Engineering drawings for new and existing systems, to include, but not limited to, SOP’s, training manuals, Functional Requirements Documents, Functional Specification Documents, and P&ID’s.
On call availability to offer support to production facilities in the event of Controls emergencies
BS degree in Electrical Engineering or Electronic Engineering Technology, or equivalent experience.
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