controls engineer

Company Name:
Cameron Craig Group
Expanding tier 1 automotive supplier is seeking a Controls Engineer who will be responsible for maintaining machine, robot, or measuring program, equipment prints and documentation. Duties and tasks are standardized. Resolves routine questions and problems, and refers more complex issues to higher levels.
include the following.
Resolves major programming problems. Recognizes and secures external expertise when required.
Debug and implement process improvements of assembly or manufacturing line controls.
Design and optimize automated equipment concepts.
Troubleshoot robotic to plc interface programming, modify if needed.
Maintain and modify vision systems.
Assists maintenance personnel with machine problems.
Conducts maintenance personnel training.
Maintains technical skills.
Completes special assignments.
Working knowledge, understand, and be capable of programming in PLC language, i.e. (LAD) ladder diagram, (CSF) control system flowchart, (STL) statement list
Two year degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. Advanced knowledge of PLC programming typically associated with five years experience. Three to five years related experience and or training. Experience with Siemens
Qualification Requirements:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Company Description:
The Cameron Craig Group is an executive search firm representing job openings in virtually every industry and job function across the country.
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