Controls Engineer

Controls Engineer Roxboro, NC Please call or text me at 248.
6231 anytime with your questions Controls Engineer- Responsibilities/Duties:
Performs various integration tasks, including SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) development, monitoring and improving processes, and data collection Uses design drawings, electrical schematics, and panel layouts to analyze and maintain Company systems Manages multiple automation projects; reviews project documentation, effectively communicates with all levels of the organization, develops understanding of processes to be controlled and requirements for completion, creates sequences for operations, directs co-workers and contractors as necessary Helps analyze downtime as it relates to IT activities and functions; develops corrective action to improve performance Requirements:
5 years or experience with PLCs and HMIs; Siemens experience preferred; strong experience with Allen Bradley considered B.
in Controls Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related degree (equivalent experience and/or combination of education and experience considered) Experience in a continuous process manufacturing facility preferred Proficiency with MS Office tools (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
) If you are interested in this position, please email your resume to (Sam) sb at nwexs.
You may also call my cell at 248.
6231 or text me any time until midnight PST (weekends are okay as well) if you have any questions.
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