The Train Control Engineer defines the functional, low voltage, and software needs of the train, and the interface between all subsystems. He/She participates to the development, review the overall progress, and make sure it meets the project objectives.
The Controls Engineer will design, fabricate and assemble electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic controls systems including servo motion control and VFD's for special machines and automated processes while interfacing with the customer to coordinate and determine design criteria, performance standards, project schedules and product acceptance for each project.
The Controls Engineer shall design, develop and implement Material Handling Systems used for vision inspecting, cutting, welding, filling, packaging, assembling, palletizing, and many other capabilities.
The Controls Engineer shall design and debug electrical and software interfaces of Customized CNC Machinery and work with customer specifications to create electrical designs of industrial machine controls and safety circuits, while supporting technicians, and engineers across multiple departments.
The QA Engineer role requires the individual to be effective in participating at program, project and product related levels. The QA Engineer would participate in technical governance and would help negotiate overall product quality standards with development and business teams.
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