INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
HOT job available in Connecticut for an Electrical Engineer / Controls Engineer to be accountable for design, build and test of electrical control and automation systems (PLC, DCS). The Electrical Engineer / Controls Engineer will be hands-on working directly with engineering and manufacturing team and be responsible for systems from design stage through commercialization.
Responsibilities of the Electrical Engineer/Controls Engineer include:
· Work as part of multi-disciplinary teams to design, build, test, and document integrated
industrial automation and control systems from conceptualization through commercialization.
· Prepare product or system layouts, detailed drawings, schematics, and bills of material that
meet project and code requirements.
· Perform and document calculations supporting system designs.
· Deliver systems on time and on budget.
· Develop and document test procedures and system user and technical manuals.
· Conduct system functional tests, and trouble-shoot equipment as required.
· Provide technical assistance to manufacturing during system integration.
· Assist with project planning, management, and scheduling.
· Must be able to travel up to 15 percent annually, and up to 50 percent for short durations
.Requirements for the Electrical Engineer / Controls Engineer include:
· AS/BS in Electrical Engineering
· 7+ years of electrical design experience including experience designing, building, and
testing industrial electrical control and automation systems.
· Expert knowledge of electrical codes: NFPA 70 (NEC), NFPA 79, NFPA 496, UL 508A, etc.
· Expert knowledge of AutoCAD Electrical, or equivalent.
· Experience with multiple PLC & IO product lines.
· Experience with control instruments (pressure and vacuum transmitters, thercouple,
RTDs, pressure and temperature switches, etc.), valves and analytical instruments.
· Experience with variable frequency drives (VFD) and Compressors.
· Experience with reviewing and understanding P&IDs.
· Experience with Robotics and/or Chemistry a plus.
· Experience leading, or participating in, hazard and operability (HAZOP) studies.
· Strong organizational skills and the ability to handle high-level multi-tasking.
· Ability to work on multiple, simultaneous projects at various levels of support and
· Strong written and oral communication skills.
· Strong attention to detail.
· Team player able to work well with others in a dynamic, changing environment.
· Self-starter who consistently demonstrates accountability and dedication to all team
· Strong work ethic with a desire to get things done, and a willingness to work overtime to meet