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Controls Engineer

Company Name:
Ashley Ellis
Break the monotony and enjoy the opportunity to work with a recognized manufacturing firm at the forefront of packaging production. Here you will work with customized engineering, in-house manufacturing and research & development on exciting projects for exceptional clients. Enjoy an engaging atmosphere where commitment to quality, innovation, integrity and teamwork are the norm.
As Controls Engineer you will be overseeing various electrical and controls engineering functions that include:
Electrical and Pneumatic Drawings
Panel Layout Design
Bill of Materials & Purchase Order Requisitions for new and existing projects
Participate in Research and Development
Managing subcontractors
This Controls Engineer has:
8-12 years experience specifying, designing, programming, and implementing control and automation platforms.
Proficient with HMI & PLC Programs such as Allen Bradley RSLogix 5000, Factory Talk, etc.
Strong experience troubleshooting, diagnosing, and repairing industrial control systems.
Must be a self-motivated, multi-tasker with strong attention to details and deadlines.
Ability to effectively work on cross-functional projects and effectively influence across all levels of the organization and job functions in both formal and informal leadership roles.
Ability and willingness to travel occasionally to client sites for customer support.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
This Controls Engineer enjoys:
Medical Benefits
401K
Friendly casual dress environment
Personal Holidays
About Ashley Ellis
With Ashley Ellis Information Technology Staffing & Recruiting Solutions, you'll find a team that is dedicated to adding a personal touch to the staffing industry. We know that superior staffing is more than just matching technical skills. Whether you are a job seeker or an employer, we learn about you and your goals to make sure we find the perfect fit.
Ashley Ellis is an integral part of the General Employment Enterprises family. Our team is our backbone, and with 120 year history in staffing, you can guarantee we have the experience to help you locate the talent you need or the career you desire, every time.

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