Controls Engineer - Metals Manufacturing - 1576 - Portage, Indiana United States - 38905



JOB DESCRIPTION

Job #: 38905
Title: Controls Engineer - Metals Manufacturing - 1576
Job Location: Portage, Indiana - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: contact recruiter for details
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: NO

WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?


Controls Engineer - Metals Manufacturing - 1576 -  IN

 

OT at 1.5x over 40 hours with 2x on Sundays

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • The Controls Engineer is responsible for development of solutions for the the metals manufacturing industry.
  • Responsibilities include development, implementation, testing and startup of technical solutions created by yourself or others, and frequent communication to management and customers of work status updates.
  • They will be working closely with project managers and senior engineers to leverage their technical experience and expertise in controls, instrumentation, networking and software development to deliver high-quality and high-value solutions.
     

QUALIFICATIONS

MUST HAVE:
2+ years of experience as a Controls Engineer in a manufacturing or automation integration environment
2+ years of experience with PLC programming (AB or Siemens preferred) 
2+ years of experience with HMI programming 
Experience with specifying and configuring hardware components such as AC/DC drives, instrumentation, switchgear, and control panels
Experience with industrial network protocols (DeviceNet, ControlNet, Ethernet/IP, etc.)
Experience with commissioning automated systems including start up testing
BS in Electrical Engineering or related

NICE TO HAVE:
Experience with steel or other metal manufacturing
Experience configuring SCADA systems
 

Education:
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree

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