Role Summary: This is an exciting position where the Controls Engineer leads and assist in the development of process automation for manufacturing equipment used in the production of sera, liquid & dry powder media. Essential Responsibilities:
Working as a team/project leader or a team member on projects
The design, build, programming, installation, commissioning and validation of new control systems, along with maintaining and upgrading existing control systems.
Maintaining and upgrading the facility infrastructure - water systems, HVAC, steam, etc.
Install and maintain electrical control systems, motors, VFDs, valves and instrumentation.
Developing and qualify processes to improve product quality by identifying manufacturing issues.
Developing process and workstation designs to reduce cycle time and support the lean manufacturing initiative.
Ensuring regulatory compliance through Validation & Verification.
Determining processes requiring validation, development of plans and analysis criteria, execution and final analysis and acceptance.
Providing safe processes that comply with all local and federal regulations. Assure that corrective action is taken to resolve observed safety concerns in all areas.
Working with Production Technicians to resolve manufacturing and quality problems related to methods, processes, tooling, equipment and product design.
Developing planned maintenance routines on production equipment and systems
Providing technical leadership of automation systems for the maintenance and production teams. Qualifications/Requirements:
B.S. Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial Engineering or related technical degree; or an Associates Degree and 3 years experience in production, engineering or troubleshooting of PC/server based systems
Minimum of 5 years of experience in automation/controls engineering
Programming skills: familiar with Ladder logic, Function Block, STL, Boolean logic and higher-level programming languages such as Visual Basic
Experience with PLC control systems (Allen Bradley, Siemens, etc.)
Experience with automation networks: Device Net, Modbus, Profibus, and Ethernet IP
Experience with Electric Motor Control/Drive Configuration
Familiar with NFPA 70, NFPA 70E, NFPA 79, and OSHA safety requirements
Familiar with LAN networking, switches, data cabling, and topology
Demonstrated strong communication skills (written and verbal) Desired Characteristics:
B.S. Degree (or higher) in Electrical Engineering or Software Engineering
Demonstrated troubleshooting, analytical and planning skills
ISA-5.1 Instrumentation Symbols and Identification
ISA-S88 Batch Control
NEMA and IEC schematic diagrams
FactoryTalk View ME/SE
ISO-13489 - Machine Safety
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