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Sr. Electrical Controls Engineer

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Cybercoders Chicago , IL 60290

Posted 5 months ago

This is a full time role with a competitive base salary, full suite of benefits, and a ton of room for upward mobility throughout the company. We're expecting this Senior Controls Engineer to define the overall direction and process for our control engineering team. They'll be asked to service large and small projects, and will be responsible for the execution of the engineering to ensure that the design is delivered per the time schedule!

If you are a Sr. Electrical Controls Engineer with experience, please read on!
Top Reasons to Work with Us

  • Competitive Base Salary

  • We are still growing, recent changes have us expanding rather quickly

  • Commitment to continued Training, Development and Innovation
    What You Will Be Doing

  • Responsible for the installation, maintenance, and upgrade of electrical, automation, and data collection systems.

  • Emphasize safety when working with contractors, electricians, engineers, and management. When starting up new processes and equipment make sure safety precautions are reviewed with operators/electricians/maintenance/management.

  • Assist all electricians with installation of new automation and data collection equipment, i.e. PLC, controllers, data collections, etc.

  • Manage automation and data collection system upgrade. Recommend replacement for outdated controls, assist as needed.

  • Manage the electrical portion of Capital Projects and expansion projects as directed

  • Contribute to Continuous Improvement and foster contributions from others, particularly with regard to quality maintenance and electrical improvement efforts.

  • Act as a member of various work teams as required.

  • Maintain training in PLC, Wonderware, and other programming as needed to ensure that the production facilities benefit from advances in technology.

  • Other duties as assigned
    What You Need for this Position

Degree in Electrical Engineering or related
5+ years related experience

Experience with PLC programming (Siemens 7, Allen Bradley, Rockwell)

Knowledge of Wonderware

Experience with HMI programming

Background in the Automated equipment/machinery

Experience Machine Design

Experience with Fanuc

Motion control programming experience

Strong mechanical aptitude

Excellent problem solving skills
So, if you are a Sr. Electrical Controls Engineer with experience, please apply today!

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Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.


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