|The Controls Engineer is a key contributor to the overall success of the production operation. This position is a mix of industrial controls and mechanical design. This position reports directly to the Manufacturing Engineering Manager and will have direct interaction with Product Engineering and Production as well as various support functions.
Provide Production Support as needed. Troubleshoot, determine root cause, and repair production equipment as it pertains to motion control as necessary. Assist maintenance as required.
Development of PLC control programming and HMI applications, primarily focused around the Rockwell RS Logix family of PLC and the FactoryTalk View Studio HMI software platforms for new equipment.
Generate electric circuit drawings, various wiring diagrams, power-system schematics, and single line drawings to document designs.
Design electrical and electronic hardware systems for machine control.
Defining, requesting and coordinating the purchase of electrical materials, components, equipment, and support services for the construction, assembly, and conditioning of prototype parts and machines.
Provide training support to Operations personnel in the proper setup, function and control of automated manufacturing equipment.
Performing start-up services and technical support for new equipment. Basic Qualifications:
Associates Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering from an accredited institution.
Minimum of three years of experience in systems development.
Candidate must be legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship.
PLC programming/troubleshooting, experience with AB.
HMI configuration experience including graphical screen development using AB.
Experience with industry standard communication protocols such as Devicenet, Ethernet /IP.
Knowledgeable in computer networking architectures, and hardware.
Extensive knowledge and hands on experience in developing complex control architectures.
General knowledge of applicable electrical standards such as, IEC, UL, and the National Electric Code
Req Number: 62106BR
Division: Cooper Power Systems
|Eaton Corporation Cooper Power Systems Div|
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