INDIANAPOLIS IN, IN
The Controls Engineer designs electrical and pneumatic circuits, plc programs and HMI configurations to control assembly automation for the production equipment/assembly & transportation systems.
Responsibilities of a Controls Engineer:
Design production equipment/assembly and transportation systems to conform to as-sold specifications as described in written sales proposals and kickoff meetings.
Develop, program and document:
480VAC and 120VAC power distribution circuits
24VDC power and logic control circuits
Safety circuits applying latest automotive requirements
PLC I/O layouts
Pneumonic control circuits
PLC machine control programs
Perform start-up of above systems in facilities and customer plants as required.
Understand customer design and build specifications and specific project requirements as described by customer supplied documents.
Provide completed designs that meet high quality standards, cost targets and schedule constraints.
Obtain necessary subcontract support and quotations for engineering services and purchased components.
Interface with and provide support to all operational departments including Sales, Manufacturing, Project Management, Service and Applications.
Interface with customers technical personnel in a professional manner.
Regular reporting of project progress and status to the customer and management.
Participate in project review meetings regarding the project execution and progress.
Requirements of a Controls Engineer:
A Bachelor s degree in a related engineering filed or equivalent experience.
1+ years experience designing machine control systems for automotive applications.
1 + years experience designing electrical schematics with AutoCAD.
1 + years experience with Siemens S7 programming experience.
Must be willing to travel to customer locations for start-up and support.
Valid Driver s License
A drug screen will be required.
Schedule of a Controls Engineer:
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm with flexed hours as needed.
Compensation of a Controls Engineer:
$70K - $90K
This job requires (or may require) a criminal background check. Convictions and pending felony charges are not an absolute bar to employment and will only be considered if required by law or there is a substantial relationship to the circumstances of the particular job or if bond ability is at issue.
LaJoy Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.