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Electrical Controls Engineer
Ref No.: 18-01457
Location: Arlington, Texas
 
Job Description
Electrical Controls Engineer with the ability to design, develop, and streamline various aspects of electrical controls systems, general electrical cicuitry, pneumatic, hydraulic systems, and machinery in the plant with use of AutoCAD/AutoCAD electric, HMI software/Design, and/or E-Plan.

Skills Required:
Provide direction and be able to execute the programming for, installation of, and technical troubleshooting support of PC ladder-logic based hardware and software applications throughout the plant. Provide controls and systems engineering support for emergency and unscheduled repairs of production equipment during production peak and off peak run times as needed.

Skills Preferred:
Able to work with cross functional groups as well as work effectively with Plant Engineers and maintenance supervisors to complete projects on time and within schedule.

Experience Required:
Able to read and interpret equipment manuals, schematics, machinery assembly drawings, create component hardware BOMs, and determine additional system/hardware components for the design of electrical control systems and circuitry diagrams to perform required maintenance and service

Experience Preferred:
Able to diagnose process and machinery problems utilizing root cause failure analysis techniques, replace or report equipment parts, test and make adjustments as required Assist and provide with guidance for the compliance of plant safety regulations such as (arch Flash Electrical Safety - NFPA-70E, LOTO, Energized Work Permits, Safe Cell Entry) Prior related plant (JIT) shop floor electrical controls systems support is a plus

Education Required:
Bachelors degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or related field 3-5+ years of electrical controls/system engineering industry experience Strong Skills in ladder logic, preferably Allen-Bradley systems, PLC5, SLC, ControlLogix 5000-5580

Education Preferred:
Strong skills in HMI design, preferably FactoryTalk View and ignition; WonderWare. Familiarity with Ethernet/IP and basic networking applications and practices. Working knowledge and understanding of plant power distribution and controls Experience and working knowledge of robot teach points and programming code understanding.