Electrical Engineer/PLC Programmer ne...

Electrical Engineer/PLC Programmer needed in Carrollton, TX

Elizabeth Waltrip

Dallas, TX

#1 Feb 25, 2013
Our client is currently seeking to fill the position of Electrical Engineer in their Carrollton office. The Electrical Engineer is responsible for all aspects of engineering that originates from projects as specified by customers and include the design, construction and installation of automation solutions for industrial machinery. Engineering functions include but are not limited to personnel and project management as related to PLC and HMI Programming, PLC upgrades and retrofits, control systems and panel design, plant networking, developing a bill of materials, developing engineering drawings using AutoCAD, system start-up as well as assisting Service Technicians in troubleshooting machinery when required.



Requirements:

- Bachelors Degree in a technical discipline such as electronics or computer science.

- Minimum of 5 years experience performing engineering duties related to application and

installation of automation equipment on machinery.

- Strong understanding of PLC's and HMI programming and has applied AC and DC Drives, Motion

Control products on machinery.

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