Electrical Engineer Exceptional Manufacturer

Company Name:
Career Development Partners

Our client is North America's leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution transmission of electricity

Privately held $5billiion + company
Experiencing strong growth


Growth opportunities
Exceptional benefits program including health, dental, vision, and discounted pharmacy program
Advanced training and education opportunities

The Electrical Engineer will design, install, and improve plant wide electrical control systems comprised of programmable logic controller (PLCs), electromechanical devices, and network equipment that interface with the shop floor manufacturing database. This individual will provide technical assistance to Plant Techs and Electricians in diagnosing electrical malfunctions, determination of necessary repairs, and elimination of malfunction root causes. Heavy involvement in capital projects will be a key component of this position.

Develop and maintain PLC programs with Allen Bradley controllers using function block, structured text, statement list, and ladder logic formats
Specify and acquire components as needed
Plan and oversee installation and startup of all projects
Create schematics and troubleshooting documentation
Assist maintenance as needed with diagnosis and repair of electrical component malfunctions
Standardize schematics, programs, and components
Standardize production processes via automation


Working knowledge of PLC (Allen Bradley preferred) and HMI hardware and software
Ability to read and create schematic drawings using AutoCAD software
Ability to troubleshoot network communications
Must be able to communicate effectively with operators, technicians, management and others
Four-year engineering degree preferred or two-year technical degree with comparable experience
Two to five years manufacturing experience

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