An associate Automation Engineer is needed in Fort Worth, TX for a systems integrator catering to the Food and Beverage Industry with a focus on dairy product manufacturing. This systems integration firm works with Fortune 100 companies across the US and Canada.
Why work here?
- Stable company in business over 30 years!
- Clients are Fortune 100 companies!
- Large multi-million dollar projects!
- Excellent compensation!
- Family healthcare premiums covered by the company
- Automatic retirement contribution of up to 10% of base salary!
- Paid holidays and vacation
- Learn to configure, program, modify and maintain a variety of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Human Machine Interfaces (HMI), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), and reporting applications.
- Read and analyze moderately complex technical procedures, process flow schematics, P&IDs, electrical, instrumentation, and pneumatic drawings, and government regulations.
- Develop an understanding of the customer’s processes, control methods, and the requirements for successful project completion.
- Assist with writing functional specifications, sequence of operations, system installation instructions, and department-related standards and procedures.
- Communicate thoughts, ideas, and other written information, which may be technical in nature, in a logical, coherent, and persuasive manner.
- Be a critical team player during the start-up and commissioning of new process equipment within a plant floor environment. Candidate must excel in high-pressure environments with strict performance deadlines.
- Work independently with little supervision, but with high personal and team accountability.
- BS in Electrical, Mechanical, or Industrial Engineering, or a similar technical degree
- Prior experience with the following is not required, but considered a plus:
- Control system design, programming, commissioning, or troubleshooting
- Electrical design in an industrial setting
- Food or beverage manufacturing, or any manufacturing plant operations
- Willing to travel average of 35% of the time, with brief periods exceeding 70%.
- Speak, read and write fluent English.
- Be a United States citizen or have documented proof of eligibility to work in the United States, and have a current driver’s license.