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To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform essential duties that include the following; other duties may be assigned:
Contribute to a team responsible for maintaining, specifying, designing, acquiring, and validating manufacturing equipment and tooling.
Establish controls and programming standards for equipment within the company.
Interface with equipment suppliers and Operations to assure new machinery is built, integrated, delivered, and run-off to company controls and programming standards.
Work with engineers and technicians to standardize controls and programming on legacy equipment.
Work with equipment suppliers as the company's controls and programming point of contact from project inception through start of production to insure equipment validation is complete and comprehensive.
Advise Operations, Engineering, and suppliers on OSHA-compliance and safe operating procedures for machinery and programming.
Design, develop, and interpret blueprints, technical drawings, equipment layouts, and electrical schematics using drafting tools and computer-aided design (CAD)/drafting equipment and software.
Recommend controls and programming modifications to eliminate machine and system malfunctions, minimize/eliminate operator errors, eliminate reoccurring equipment issues, increase efficiency, increase output, decrease set-up time, and decrease cost.
Follow company safety policies and procedures and lead by example.
Cover engineering call in duties, typically once a month, but can vary.
Assist engineering manager in training electrical engineers and maintenance technicians in troubleshooting skills, electrical safety, plc programing, and project planning.
Develop contractor scopes of work and manage projects.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering or minimum of Bachelor of Science in electronics engineering technology degree.
3 plus years of manufacturing experience in an engineering capacity with demonstrated knowledge of plant areas. Glass manufacturing is a plus.
Proficient project planning skills.
Demonstrates ability to make recommendations for plant process and procedures.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Strong computer skills including knowledge of Windows based programs, Autodesk CAD software (AutoCAD, and so on), MS Office, and MS Project.
Strong PLC software programming experience, including RSLogix 5000 and Modicon.
Experience programming VFDs, HMIs, servo drives, robotics, and other controllers required.
Demonstrated knowledge of NEC and NFPA 70E standards and guidelines.
Proficient at using electrical test equipment (Ohm multimeter, megger, HART Calibration tool, and so on).
Full benefits and potential for profit share.