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Factory Automation Engineer - Manufacturing

Position: Factory Automation Engineer - 26601
Type: Contract/3 years

Description:
Company is seeking a Factory Automation Engineer. In this role, you will:
Support and manage small to medium scale Factory Automation projects
Support interfaces for communicating with shop floor devices
Be responsible for troubleshooting control logic and software including, but not limited to: relay ladder logic, PLCs, HMIs, and PC based logic
Support maintenance to troubleshoot machines and systems which may include electrical and mechanical issues
Work with Quality, Manufacturing Engineering and Factory Automation Leads to ensure manufacturing and standardization goals are achieved.

We need excellent communicators, who thrive on solving problems and working in a team environment. Ideally you will have a Bachelor's degree in one of the following disciplines: Electrical/Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related undergraduate degree. Equivalent work experience considered in lieu of a four-year degree.

In addition we require:
o 1+ years experience with PLCs
o 1+years experience with machine control hardware and software design
o Ability to occasional overtime and off shifts as needed
o Strong interpersonal skills to obtain information from a variety of sources including ability to communicate and coordinate his/her activities with management, production and maintenance supervisors, process and product engineers, production and skilled trades personnel, and outside contractors and suppliers.

A strong candidate will also have:
o Experience interfacing/communicating with shop floor equipment via Ethernet
o Experience with SQL Server based software
o Ability to investigate a request for revising an existing machine or system or creating a new design
o Experience with control engineering applications: AutoCAD Electrical and Rockwell/Allen Bradley suites
o Experience with multiple communication protocols (i.e. Ethernet, EIP, Telnet, Serial, CAN, DeviceNet).


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