Minimum (Must have to be considered for the position):
- Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar related degree
- 3-5 years related job experience
- Proficent with MS Office, Allen Bradley RSLogix 5000, Indusoft, AutoCAD Electrical
- Strong fundamental knowledge of control and electrical system design and its application in automated industrial designs including specification of vision, power, sensor, inspection, and communications systems
- Experience demonstrating an ability to efficiently oganize and plan work tasks to meet company goals
- Experience demostrating critical thinking with exceptional problem soving skills, and ability to work independently and in team environments
- Expericence demonstrating ability to be proactive, resourceful & highly motivated with good communication skills and to work in high output environment
- Experience balancing multiple projects
- Travel as required to support projects
- Proficent in Microsoft Excel
- Experience with thermoforming processes
- A working knowledge of plant processes
- A level 2 understandin of SPC
- Ability to perform Failure Mode and Effects Analysis(FMEA) and Design of Experiments (DOE's)
- Ability to plan and organize
- Ability to effectively solve problems
- Ability to reach closure on assigned tasks within suspense dates
The Controls Engineer (CE) works closely with, and often serves as support to a number of different departments and personnel. As a result, and in order to achieve optimum effectiveness, the CE must maintain a positive, cooperative relationship with various departments/individuals and must be responsive to their needs.
The CE interacts with all levels of the organization, i.e., with operators through senior managers. To be effective, the CE must be sensitive to, and cooperatively blend the needs and goals of the various levels of the organization with the common denominator of ‘achieving organizational objectives’, i.e., effective launches, safety, quality, productivity, cost reduction, and positive employee/ employer relations.
Finally, in the role of a problem solver, the CE must remain objective and be able to make recommendations based on facts, regardless of whether those recommendations are popular.The CE must take ownership of the processes to which they are assigned and be accountable for all related machines.