- The Controls Engineer will develop, execute and manage maintenance and improvement activities aimed at maintaining/improving asset availability and reliability.
- Restore equipment to base condition.
- Continuously improve the maintenance operating system (MOS).
- Identify the most cost-effective and applicable maintenance techniques to minimize the risk and impact of failure in facility electrical equipment and systems.
- Improve equipment and system reliability, safety and sustainability at minimum total cost.
- Perform technical analysis, testing, calculations, and evaluation of results to solve complex engineering and reliability problems.
- Lead failure analysis (FMEA and RCA) of electrical systems/equipment and educate both maintenance and production technicians after failure analysis Strong ability to troubleshoot PLC and VFD and motor control circuits.
- $90K-$120K. Relocation provided.
- The Controls Engineer will have a BS in electrical engineering and at least 5 years of experience in an industrial environment with at least 3 years maintenance experience.
- Minimum of 2 years experience with PLC’s HMIs, AC/DC drives and motors, low and medium power distribution, substations and power distribution equipment (transformers, circuit breakers, cables, etc.)
- Must have a solid understanding of production processes, electrical and instrumentation (E&I) field applications and basic understanding of mechanical engineering practices.
- Excellent knowledge of OSHA NEC and National Electrical Safety Code standards
- Experienced with CMMS and work order systems.
- Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. and have a stable work history. Sponsorship is not available.