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Modicon PLC programming is a required.
Controls Engineer Duties:
- Collaborate in a team environment with project managers and system designers/engineers to develop effective programming solutions.
- Own the quality of the overall design, programs, machine interface and other key deliverables.
- Understand and provide input to overall project execution plan, requirements, and design risks.
- Review all designs for accuracy, thoroughness, and adherence to aligned scope.
- Determine and implement control requirements for both new and existing systems.
- Work closely with clients to develop clear understanding of process software requirements.
- Participate in design reviews and assist with submittal, O&M manuals, and training materials during project cycles.
- Communicate with customers to resolve open items or technical questions.
- Attend and provide input at technical meetings and discussions as defined in the execution plan/schedule.
- Programming PLCs of all types to meet the requirements of the project
- Assist with and/or develop complete SCADA/HMI solutions
- Travel to customer sites for field audits, commissioning assistance/trouble shooting, construction, installation and start-up support.
- Minimum of 2 years of PLC programming experience for one or more of the the following platforms: Modicon, Allen Bradley, GE Fanuc, Motorola, and/or Siemens. (Modicon is required)
- Ability to write, modify and troubleshoot PLC and HMI programs
- Practical knowledge and experience in analog and digital control
- Ability to read project P&ID drawings and project specifications
- Understanding of industrial Control Systems applications is desired, including instrumentation and SCADA systems
- Experience with industrial PLC hardware design preferred
- Experience with other types of software development is a plus
- Excellent oral and written communication
- Proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite.
- Willing to travel. The majority of projects are in Florida so the travel is minimal and usually just a few days at a time. However, there are exceptions from time to time and occasional work throughout the Southeast.
- Education: Bachelor’s degree (BS) or Associate’s degree (AS) in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology from an accredited college/university or other relative degree is a plus.