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Electrical Controls Engineer

Los Angeles, CA

Industry: Chemicals/Semicond./Textiles Job Number: 46600 Pay Rate: $80 - $90k
- Calculate sizing of electrical components, such as ampacity, minimum amp, voltage drop

- Collaborate with manufacturing technicians through the preparation of detailed project process plans with estimated project task hours and timelines and QC measures

- Maintains and sets expectations, provides resources, audits performance, counsels employees, trains and sets policy and practices to exceed department goals

- Develop project documentation (IO list, device list, scope, Factory Acceptance Test, Site Acceptance Test, and so on)

- Develop and troubleshoot PLC and HMI code as required (IDEC, Delta, Siemens, Mitsubishi)

- Design control systems networks and control panels

- Establishing operational excellence through manufacturing KPI's and benchmarks, objectives, and SOPs

- Recruiting and continuously developing through leadership and collaborative team building a world-class team of technology professionals

- Develop electrical requirements necessary for an electrical engineering package

- Design standard and special motor controls according to company guidelines to meet customer requirements

- Select components, develop bill of material, and development of schematics, programming and production drawings as required for control panels

- Provide cost estimates for electrical controls according to established guidelines

- Provide in field or on-site technical support to customers for startups, program modifications, and troubleshooting related to motors, controls, other electrical devices and mechanical drives interacting with electrical components

- Learn, understand and apply knowledge to continuously upgrade standard control designs by improving assembly procedures, designs, materials, and costs

- Document and organize projects according to established procedures using various tools including computer software such as CAD, Excel, and Visual Manufacturing

- Program controls applying knowledge and understanding of relay logic, PLC code, or others as applied to various control schemes

- Keep current and apply knowledge of electrical components and electrical practices related to control of motors, including AC and DC motor theory, variable speed drives and reversing controls
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