Automation Controls Engineer

External Job Description The Automation Control Engineer designs, implements and supports all control systems for all of the processing systems. These systems include a wide variety of controllers, user interfaces, and quality analysis equipment. The Automation Control Engineer will coordinate with all engineering, operations, maintenance personnel to support all aspects of the manufacturing automation systems.  The individual may also be required to cover gaps in the Maintenance manpower if an issue arises. This is a key role to support delivery of plant operational reliability KPI's.   Key Outputs: Execute plans in accordance with established budgets and objectives.  Includes supporting and enforcing standardized project management requirements such as change control, training, construction management, scope development and buy-in with stakeholders on user requirements, justification, constraints and assumptions.  Must be able to communicate project status, needs, and KPI's to wide range of stakeholders across the site. Implement reliability projects across all distillery operations. Support site leadership and maintenance coordinator as necessary, providing technical guidance and direction. Provide technical expertise for general machine and process control as well as associated networking (Ethernet/IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet and ProfiBus). Partner with and mentor select maintenance personnel to build knowledge of controls systems.    Provide on-site technical support in programming and troubleshootingelectrical systems and subsystems including Allen Bradley PLC, variable frequency drives, servo controls and operator interfaces (Panelbuilder, RSView32, FactoryTalk View Studio) in order to support maintenance, identify training gaps and establish requirements. Identify areas of opportunity for improvement in  efficiencies, safety, quality, food safety, cost, processes and personnel.   Requirements:   BS in Engineering or equivalent technical experience. 8+ years of Industrial Automation experience in a manufacturing environment. Extensive PLC programming experience is required. Prefer Allen-Bradley systems experience including, but not limited to, the Rockwell FactoryTalk suite of software, Logix platform, and proficient understanding of Allen-Bradley industrialnetworks. Experience developing and supporting SCADA systems, preferably Wonderware InTouch and InBatch. Experience developing process control strategies and PLC programs is required. Previous experience with process control for the food industry is preferred. Experience with variable speed drives, preferably Allen-Bradley. Possess a good understanding of computer and industrialnetworks. Ability to work hours outside of routine schedule as necessary. Lean Manufacturing experiences a plus. Ability to get along with others, be punctual, and follow instructions. Ability to effectively perform in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. 64639BR
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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