The Electrical Controls Engineer role develops machine programs for all equipment; diagnose, repair or prevent improperly operating systems and equipment to make it perform the tasks it was designed to do efficiently.
In this role, you will be responsible for establishes & maintain external & internal customer contacts, documents & prepares part specific work instructions & maintain knowledge of job cost & develop/implement appropriate plans to improve profitability.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for automation controls design, pneumatic design, selection and specification of components, operator interface panel design, software, programming, safety elements, network communications, debugging of machines, writing of technical reports, and acting as a technical liaison with the customer.
The successful candidate will provide primary control system hardware/software support, instrumentation, and process engineering/optimization to a variety of field personnel including Operations Technicians, Instrument Technicians.
In this role, you will initiate and develop best practice manufacturing processes for graphite machined, furnace purification, and SIC coating applications as they relate to the products and services that Mersen offers.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the automation controls design, pneumatic design, selection and specification of components, operator interface panel design, software, programming, safety elements, network communications, debugging of machines, writing of technical reports, and acting as a technical liaison with the customer.
In this role, the selected candidate must be skillful in interpreting and following industry and customer specifications; machine tool ladder logic programming should the project require the engineer to start from the ground up.
In this position, you will be working for multiple technologies in close partnership with Technology Centers, Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), suppliers of the hardware and software solutions, maintenance and Plant Operations. This will be an ideal start for future opportunities in Production, Tech Center, Process Automation or other roles.
As a Controls Engineer, you will design control systems for industrial material handling solutions. This includes development of specifications, device layout drawings, control schematics, PLC logic and implementing solutions which deliver exceptional value to customers.
In this role, you will develop and writes equipment specifications, performance requirements, cost analysis, and proposals for integrating machinery and equipment such as robots, robot controllers, and programmable controllers into manufacturing process.
The Process Engineer works closely with divisional, customer, and supplier staff specialists to ensure the successful development and implementation of engineering changes, Continuous Improvement Initiatives, and projects which affect die tooling and assembly processes.