Controls Engineering Technician

Company Name:
M Force Staffing
Controls Engineering Technician
Controls Engineering Technician Duties and Responsibilities
o Programming and troubleshooting of PLC systems (Rockwell, Mitsubishi...)
o Troublshooting and basic programming of robots. (ABB, Fanuc)
o Configuration and troubleshooting of servo and VFD systems. (SEW, Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi)
o Configuration and Troubleshooting of HMI/SCADA systems
o Networking and communications (Devicenet, DH+, Ethernet I/P...)
o Provide direction, assistance, and training to maintenance electricians
o Plan and coordinate detailed aspects of engineering work
o Project commissioning and startup
o Troubleshoot automation systems
o Other aspects of electrical/controls projects as necessary
Controls Engineering Technician Education and Experience
o Associates Degree with 2 years experience or 5+ years of equivalent experience in controls technician discipline required.
o Train and assist electricians to troubleshoot, repair, replace and commission all electrical control devices including: AC drives, DC drives, Servo Controllers, contactors, motors, breakers, solenoids and power supplies.
o Trains and assists electricians to troubleshoot PLC/HMI hardware including: processors, discrete and analog I/O cards, power supplies, network adapters, distributed I/O, operator interfaces such as Panelview, PC based interfaces, and message displays.
o Train and assist electricians to troubleshoot robot issues and teach/touchup points.

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