Our Corrugated Box Plant facility is located in Owosso, MI, and we are looking for a Process Controls Specialist. The Process Controls Specialist will provide technical expertise and project engineering as required to support the facility's execution plan and operations. This position will be responsible for the integration of new process controls standards and building the troubleshooting capability within our facility. The role will have direct impact on safety, reliability, cost reduction, and process improvement at the facility.
With 38 facilities across more than 20 states, Georgia-Pacific Corrugated is a recognized leader in innovative, customer-focused packaging solutions. The company maintains a commitment to safety, sustainability, and consistent quality in its manufacture of traditional corrugated and high-graphic packaging.
What You Will Do
The Process Controls Specialist is a subject matter expert supporting operations and maintenance. The selected candidate will utilize process controls systems to increase the throughput, quality, safety and reliability of our processes. A successful candidate will:
Provide onsite troubleshooting and repair of our equipment
Implement process controls standards and ensure all future capital investment within the facility follow the new standard
Validate documentation drawings accurate and in place for all current and future equipment
Implement programming guidelines and standards
Design, program, modify and maintain PLC, Drives and HMI systems
Manage implementation of upgrades and new technology
Develop and implement control strategies
Work with corporate teams and contractors to specify and install systems
Create instrumentation and control system specifications
Support on-call and maintenance schedule duties to the plant
Ability to travel to vendor and other GP Facilities is required
Who You Are (Basic Qualifications)
Experience in Automation or Process Controls OR an AAS in Instrumentation, Automation, Process Controls or related field
What Will Put You Ahead
Previous work experience or coursework with mechatronics
HMI/SCADA Maintenance and Design
2 year Technical/Vocational degree, OR Associate's Degree or Higher
Industrial electrical knowledge, including both power (480VAC) and control circuits
Experience working within a corrugated operation
Server and PC knowledge (Windows, Linux,etc.)
Prior experience in a plant maintenance department
Experience in Control System documentation using MS Office and AutoCAD
Preferred platforms and standards: Allen Bradley PLCs, Siemens Control Systems, DCS, Rockwell Studio 5000 and legacy platforms (RSlogix 5, 500), GE Proficy iFix, and FactoryTalk View, Rockwell Powerflex and Kinetix drives, Yaskawa A1000 and legacy drives, Ethernet/IP, DeviceNet, ControlNet, Profibus communication protocols.
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As a Koch company and a leading manufacturer of bath tissue, paper towels, paper-based packaging, cellulose, specialty fibers, building products and much more, Georgia-Pacific works to meet evolving needs of customers worldwide with quality products. In addition to the products we make, we operate one of the largest recycling businesses. Our more than 30,000 employees in over 150 locations are empowered to innovate every day - to make everyday products even better.
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