In this role you will design and manufacturing support, to take responsibility of driving new systems into production and serve as a technical focal for design engineering teams, vendor issues, and production support in order to bring new products to market .
In this role, the selected candidate will be primarily responsible for the engineering and design of building electrical systems (lighting, power, and limited special systems) for facilities such as K-12 and higher education, healthcare, hospitality and commercial buildings.
In this role, you will design of high-speed and low noise analog/digital electronics, state-of-the-art fpga design, high-voltage analog design, high-voltage power supply design, signal integrity for pcb and cables.
In this role, the selected candidate will work with other project managers and sub-consultants to establish and monitor contract budgets and scopes of work'; ensure proper codes and standards are being used by engineers on projects.
Ability to complete tasks in accordance with project procedures, applicable codes and/or standards, on schedule and within budget. Able to discuss routine technical problems and communicate effectively with immediate supervisor and other project personnel.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop production work plans, and schedules; work with other project managers and sub-consultants to establish and monitor contract budgets and scopes of work.
The Factory Electricity and Automation Engineer is responsible for all aspects related to Electricity, Automation, Process Control, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and the Factory Automation System (FAS) infrastructure, applications and resources according to Nestle corporate strategies, standards, specifications and local codes and regulations.