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Controls Engineer- 1st shift- No Travel!

Company: TREMEC
Location: Novi
Posted on: August 1, 2022

Job Description:

Position Summary:TREMEC is seeking a Controls Engineer to support manufacturing engineering in the areas of process control, tooling, assembly equipment, measuring/testing equipment, and purchasing of necessary equipment. This is a full-time opportunity, and there is NO travel involved in this position. Environment is clean-room, temperature controlled year-round.
SHIFT: 3RD Shift (midnights) Monday - Friday, plus rotating weekends
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Maintains Process FMEA, PLC Programs and Documentation - Initiates process improvement efforts and supports quality improvement efforts - Designs and troubleshoots control systems for tooling, fixtures, and workmanship aids - Develops Engineering procedures and work instructions - Supports continuous improvement teams with needed analyses - Develops, specifies and/or purchases machine control systems
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS - Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering and/or equivalent experience - 3-5 years' experience in production controls support - Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC experience preferred, but will consider other 'flavors'Preferred: Ignition HMI development, Kuka Robotics and servo-press experience
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES - STRONG sense of urgency, flexibility and customer-centric approach providing production support - Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint - Ability to read drawings and use precision measuring devices - Excellent oral and written communication skills - Good problem solving skills - Ability to work in a team environment

Keywords: TREMEC, Novi , Controls Engineer- 1st shift- No Travel!, Engineering , Novi, Michigan

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