The Plant Controls Specialist maintains and troubleshoots production equipment from various suppliers. This position identifies and prioritizes controls / electrical opportunities to maximize operations performance within a facility. Position develops and maintains electrical and controls system documentation.
- Execute projects involving PLC 5, SLC 500, Controls Logix, Panel View Plus, various VFDs, and iFix
- Provide the proper training in Controls and Electricity to the Maintenance Technicians for the purpose of minimizing the production down time. - Configure and maintain industrial networks such as Ethernet, DeviceNet, ControlNet and Remote I/O.
- Develop routines and SOPs to properly maintain the controls assets.
- Identify and prioritize controls / electrical opportunities to maximize operations performance within a facility.
- Help the NABU Controls Engineering Group with the installation of the Line Information System.
- Plan and execute projects in a manner which minimizes downtime.
- Develop and maintain electrical and controls system documentation.
- Maintain and troubleshoot production equipment from various suppliers.
- Quickly identify root causes of problems, as mechanical, controls or joint problems and coordinate resources necessary to address them. - Develop control software to achieve the balance between mechanical and controls changes to effectively handle all containers. - Maintain Allen Bradley hardware and software: PLCs, VFDs, HMIs, Networks and various electrical systems.
- Be part of the team that supervises the electrical installation /integration of equipment and controls.
- Follow the CCR Controls and Electrical Specifications.
- Work with the CCR Controls Engineering Group for the following purposes: Improve the designs / programs begun by others. Implement and propose improvements to the CCR Controls and Electrical Specifications.
-Suggest which controls projects to be handled by CCR Controls Engineering Group and which by the Plant Controls Specialist. Foundation Skills: Speaking/Presenting
- Present complex technical problems in a simple way.
- Use exception reporting to keep the manager informed. Collaborating
- Work well in cooperation with others to achieve measurable results in time allocated or less.
- Thinking Analytically
- Concentrate on analyzing essential facts and be very methodical in solving problems.
- Experience working with valves
Computer Skills - Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. Thinking Creatively - Be able to develop creative solutions to challenging problems and be receptive to new ideas. Prioritizing - Identify the most critical work that needs to be done. Coordinate and organize resources and people in effective ways to accomplish short, medium and long terms goals.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Required - Minimum 6 years of working experience in industrial environments and a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or minimum 10 years of work experience in industrial environments without college degree. Preferred - Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. - Minimum 12 years of work experience in industrial environments without college degree. - Proficiency in Allen Bradley PLCs, VFDs, HMIs, and Networks (DeviceNet, ControlNet, Remote IO, Data Highway Plus, and Ethernet). - Experience with various Human Machine Interfaces.
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