Controls Engineer

Michigan, Grand Rapids-Muskegon-

Post Date: 08/06/2018 Job ID: 11956 Industry: Engineering Pay Rate: $25.00 - $30.00

Roles and Responsibilities
Manage time efficiently and continually improve personal work ethic.
Effectively handle competing priorities with guidance of team leadership.
Practice and encourage safety-conscious design processes.
Work cooperatively and jointly within a team to provide quality products.
Maintain a positive attitude toward customers and team members.
Work with cross-functional team to complete projects on time while meeting planned budget.
Communicate with team members, management, and customers regarding job progress and identify potential issues.
Understanding of programming languages.
Practice and encourage safety-conscious design processes.
Assist Controls team with tasks as needed.
Develop bills of material as necessary.
Design, implement and install machine controls and interfaces for automated equipment including but not limited to: safety systems, PLCs, HMIs, peripheral devices, MES systems, and PC based logic in conjunction with experienced Controls Engineers.
Design electrical and pneumatic schematics with support.
Design controls packages for small machines with support.
Provide support as necessary on controls package design for medium and large machines.
Design controls packages that are safe, accurate, and meet project scope,
Ensure that equipment is designed and programmed to customer and H S Die & Engineering design specifications using standard techniques.
Interpret mechanical design drawings for electrical requirements.
Troubleshoot and resolve hardware and software issues.
Trusted to travel to customer sites for installation, startup of equipment, and training.
May perform other duties are assigned or required.
Qualifications & Education Requirements
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Strongly Preferred: Bachelors of engineering in mechanical, electrical, computer or related field and 1+ years experience in an engineering/technician role dealing with automated equipment
Basic proficiency in robotic integration, vision systems, and handshaking between various peripheral systems.
1+ years experience troubleshooting automated equipment involving hardware and software issues.
Basic to intermediate proficiency in PLC/ladder logic programming.
Basic to intermediate proficiency in CAD software.
Basic to intermediate proficiency in electrical and pneumatic design.
Basic to intermediate proficiency in various software languages.
Handshaking between various peripheral systems.
Experience troubleshooting automated equipment involving hardware and software issues.
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