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Controls/Electrical Engineer

Job Req # 442805

Industrial/Consumer Materials Manufacturer

POSITION: Electrical Engineer
SALARY: 85-95K (depending on level of experience)
LOCATION: Cander, North Carolina (Asheville Area)
DEGREE: Required
Experience:
5 Years in Electrical and Controls Engineering/Maintenance Experience
RELOCATION: Available


Description of Position:
To provide electrical, controls and automation support and supervision to plant process, distribution and utility operations. To facilitate Plant Maintenance and Operations teams in Systems and Equipment troubleshooting and in technology transfer. To serve as the liaison between the Plant and Corporate Engineering & Corporate Systems Groups in regards to automation and system integration. To assist Corporate Engineering and Plant engineering with electrical, automation and controls projects.

Education Requirement BS Degree

Experience:
5-8+ Years electrical systems, automation and control engineering supervision experience in a plant, corporate engineering or related experience in an industrial manufacturing / automated distribution environment

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Electrical and Controls Instrumentation Engineering experience
Special process control experience in Distribution / Packaging, Process or Utilities
Familiarization with OSHA, and EPA requirements
Project scheduling skills
PLC programming proficiency,
Process optimization experience and process troubleshooting
Knowledge and use of: data highways, gateways, and Ethernet and fiber-optic systems.
Proficiency in multiple engineering disciplines including electrical and controls
Proficiency with PC software - Excel, Word, Power Point and Project Management

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