Our Client in the Lawrenceville, GA area is looking for a hardware controls engineer position. This position is responsible for concepting, designing, debugging of electrical schematics using AutoCAD and Eplan. Understand and comply to company and customer specifications. Complete understanding of normalized electrical standards for machinery. Be able to generate final machine schematics.
Salary is $75,000 - $85,000 based on experience with a 7% bonus at the end of the year. Company also provides exceptional benefit package.
- Understanding and ensuring compliance with the health and safety regulations and quality standards of the country in which work is undertaken
- Create a controls architecture from a sales quotation.
- Working collaboratively with mechanical design engineers, software engineers, purchasers and other internal staff
- Thorough understanding mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic drawings.
- Review and evaluate customer specifications.
- Participate in machine Risk Assessments and design a safety circuit to meet the Risk Assessment results.
- Generate electrical drawings with AutoCAD and Eplan.
- Work alone or with other Controls Engineers in debugging machine wiring.
- Understand relevant machine control system specifications (NFPA70, NFPA79, ISO13984, EN60204-1, RA15.6)
- Design, test and document safety systems for the machines adhering to established country-specific requirements (Pilz, AB, Siemens, etc.)
- Liaising with clients, suppliers, contractors and relevant authorities
- Travel domestically and internationally 5% to 10% of the time.
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related field or foreign equivalent (desired but not required).
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience designing electrical schematics for complex high-volume production systems for automotive and/or pharmaceutical industry.
- Understanding of OSHA Risk assessments and Risk mitigation.
- Able to Program PLCs and HMIs a plus
- Understand budget requirements and project schedule. Accountable for project schedule and budget requirements.