Electrical Engineer (PLC Focus)- GBTC

Job ResponsibilitiesMinimum of 3 years work experience in PLC ProgrammingAn understanding of Electrical Safety, including Arc FlashThe ability to Program Allen Bradley ( RSLogix 5, 500 and 5000) (Experience in at least one is required)The ability to Design and Wire equipment controls and electrical panelsMust be able to install, troubleshoot, and debug Production EquipmentUnderstanding of Communication Systems & Communication Protocols, including:
Ethernet TCP/IPModbusProfibusDeviceNetExperience with Circuit Breakers, Fuses, Switchgears, Distribution Panels, Transformers, & WiringAutoCAD (Schematics and Single Line Diagrams)Must be able to interface with suppliers, contractors and site personnel through verbal & written correspondence effectivelyAbility to write specifications for Electrical and other contractor bids, and design & performance specifications for purchasedassetsExperience with Project Management (Including development and tracking of project budgets and timelines; Must be able tokeep and retain project documentation, including revision controls)Programming of Interface Systems, including RSView and/or Panel BuilderSkills/QualificationsPREFERRED SKILLS:
Experience or Classes in NECSiemens (Step 5 & 7) PLCsExperience with Injection Molding Machinery and/or Blow Molding Machinery, Hydraulics, and Pneumatics a PlusProgramming, Design and Troubleshooting of Servo SystemsDesign and Evaluation of Distribution and Lighting Systems, including 600V and higher systemsProgramming of Interface Systems, including Iconics, Intellution, & WonderwareREQUIREMENTS:
Associates and/or Bachelor's degree in an engineering fieldSolid oral and written communication skills; Strong organizational skillsHands On/Can Do AttitudeMicrosoft Excel, Word, Project & Access experienceTraveling throughout the United States up to 90% (4/5 days week), as dictated by project needs; international travel a plus

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