Controls Engineer - Job ID:6636

Responsibilities of the Controls Engineer: 

  • Play a role in scope definition and design with primary responsibilities of PLC/DCS based control system and instrument design per client requirements.
  • Designing and developing new control systems.
  • Specifying instruments and equipment to meet design requirements.
  • Testing, maintaining and modifying existing systems.
  • Analyzing data and presenting findings in written reports. 
  • Perform all programming of the control system as required. 
  • Work in close cooperation with other team/project leaders to develop cost, schedule and performance.
Requirements of the Controls Engineer:
  • BS in Electrical Engineering or related area., and a minimum of ten years’ experience in a similar industry.
  • Must have 4+ years experience working with PLC based control systems.
  • Experience with Allen Bradley ControlLogix systems is required.
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