Michelin, the Worldwide leader in Tires, with a commercial presence in over 170 Countries, is recruiting for Electrical Engineers. If selected for this position, you will receive personalized training in this area to prepare you for work in one of our facilities.
By joining the Michelin team, your career opportunities for the future will be varied. A career manager will be assigned to help you manage your career at Michelin.
The Electrical Controls Engineer includes aspects of design, analysis, and manufacturing. Electrical engineers support the manufacturing processes and equipment in the manufacturing facility by designing, specifying, purchasing and constructing electrical systems and components. Engineers are expected to spend a fair amount of time in hands-on activities. Interaction with all levels of employees will be encountered.
Michelin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.* Qualifications
- Designs and acts as project manager in a manufacturing facility, supporting efforts to design, build, install, maintain, and modify our manufacturing equipment.
- Creates initial designs (PLC Programming, HMI Design, Panel Design), conducts vendor/contractor management, and oversees installation and startup of projects that range from simple modifications of existing machinery to large-scale expansion projects.
- Provides hands-on involvement with equipment and processes by being available to the operators and maintenance personnel and gaining intimate knowledge of the process.
- Provides technical expertise in the maintenance, modification and installation of equipment and machinery in the tire manufacturing process.
- Takes part in all electrical related components to include: Various types of sensors, Controls (PLC), Motors, Drives, and Power Distribution
- Spends time in all facets of project management including: Economic justification, design, vendors/procurement, installation, start-up, and training.
- BS in Electrical Engineering (or Technical Equivalent) - Three to seven years experience as an Electrical Engineer in a manufacturing environment. - Experience with lighting, control components, process instrumentation, and discrete devices. - Experience with installing/programming drives, servos, motion controls, robotics, etc. - Experience with vision systems used for product identification or quality control.
- Experience with maintenance of high, medium, and low voltage electrical systems.
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