Controls Engineer

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Our client is a world class, European manufacturer of high quality systems for the automotive industry. Our North American facility specializes in the production of unique and standard machine tools. Several departments are involved in the design, manufacture, and sale of capital investment equipment that is individually tailored to suit customer's requirements.

Machining Centers
Special machine tools (e.g. transfer machines), flexible manufacturing systems
Assembly and leak test equipment.
Robots and automation.

Controls Engineer
This position will be expected to check and test software on mock-up stands before release to commissioning department. Advise the assembly and commissioning department and clients on controls questions and concerns. Oversee controls project through a runoff process to machine acceptance. Provide aftermarket support of machinery with service technicians. Consult with support sales and proposal departments on technically difficult topics, such as system changes, updates and retrofitting of machines or programs. Support service team in cases where remote diagnostics are required. Travel to compnay locations and customer sites throughout the United States is required.

Job profile
Applicants for this position must have a Bachelor?s Degree in Electrical Engineering. In addition to degree, applicants must have at least two (2) years of post-degree progressive experience (client will consider new grads) in engineering with the following:
? Designing, modifying, and integrating electrical circuits, controls, and schematics for custom engineered machine tools.
? Performing troubleshooting of electronics controls and related machines.
? Performing CNC and PLC programming and drive setup on Siemens and Fanuc.

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