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Electrical Controls Engineer

Description:
Manages low to medium complexity projects around the design and planning of layout for assembly and materials handling. Adaptation of low complexity machine or equipment design to factory and production conditions. Planning of sequence of operations and specification procedures for the fabrication of tools and equipment and other functions that affect product performance.
Manufacturing Controls Engineer Controls Engineer supports the overall manufacturing process through the ownership of PLC-related programming, troubleshooting, and support of PLC ladder logic. Responsible for the implementation of engineering changes and assisting various departments with the implementation of new tools and processes and required training.
- Support the plant in all aspects of the electrical maintenance troubleshooting using PLC and robot programming skills and a thorough understanding of the machines sequence of operations.
- Support the new equipment design reviews when required to review the status of the machine design and provide input in reference to the plant's specifications and good design practice.
- Manage the required electrical spare parts in the tool crib to ensure we can support any potential equipment failures on controls related items.
- Respond to any equipment downtime issues in plant and establish any required outside resources to assist in responding to these issues quickly.
- Train and develop the plant electricians to increase their ability to understand and troubleshoot controls related issues in the plant.
- Interface with the equipment supply base to have key resources at our suppliers to assist in equipment problem solving when required. Know who to call when.
- Manage large and small equipment improvement projects in the plant as a leader.
- Complete the capital equipment list for secondary equipment required for the program detailing the cycle time requirements.
- Write detailed engineering specifications for all the tooling and equipment required to purchase, include all relevant legislative requirements.
- Select the suppliers for capital equipment.
- Manage the capital budget for all the necessary equipment purchases.
- Ensure the completion dates for all equipment are met.
- Develop the preventative maintenance plan for the electrical section of new equipment for the production plant.
- Detail training needs for the plant for new equipment.
- Integrate with the launch teams to transfer the technology required for new programs successfully to the plant.

Education / Certifications - A Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (or similar related degree). -

Experience / Qualifications:
- College Level Electrical Controls Technology Program
- Completion of 3 year program
- Minimum of three years as a Controls Engineer in a manufacturing facility
- Strong team work capabilities, operating in a multi-function environment to collectively improve operations and resolve related issues
- Experience in programming and troubleshooting problems with robots
- Experience in programming Allen Bradley, Siemens, and Omoron PLC’s
- Experience with assembly processes - Strong mechanical aptitude - Hands-on approach to engineering
 
Job Number: SC39937
Job Location: Florence, SC
Rate: $40.00
Per Diem: Possible
Overtime: Possible
Duration: 10 months
Input Date: 11/30/2017
Firm Name: APOLLO PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS
Attention: Bill Carriveau
Address: 7310 RITCHIE HWY STE 400
City, State: GLEN BURNIE, MD 21061-3092
800 Phone: 866/277-3343
Email: bcarriveau@apollopros.com
Website: www.apollopros.com

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