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Controls Engineer

Job Summary:

This Controls Engineer will help design and develop new automation equipment and conveyor systems. The Controls Engineer will work to develop machine and process concepts along with the Engineering team. The ideal candidate will program all controls components such as PLC, safety devices, HMI, servo drives, and robots from power-on to debug, and finally to process fine-tuning and validation. The Controls Engineer will work closely with our Mechanical Engineering team. 

Essential Functions:

  • Layout new industrial electrical control panels which are NFPA79/NEC/UL508A compliant.

  • PLC code will interact with subsystems such as Robots, conveyor systems, and servos. Primarily AB Logix 5000 platform.

  • HMI development is required to simplify machine operations for operators. 

  • Hands-on mechanical adjustments with great attention to detail.

  • Prepare software programs for custom conveying and automation systems.

  • Formulate PLC and operator interface programs.

  • Possess a working understanding of schematic wiring diagrams, PLC I/O, connection diagrams, and field drawings for design work.

  • Will conduct Factory Acceptance Tests and functional checks, troubleshoot, start-up of control systems throughout the US.



  • Current, hands-on knowledge for developing and programming PLC programs preferably Allen Bradley Control Logix, CompactLogix, PLC and SLC, and use of Ethernet

  • Working, hands-on knowledge of Operator interface programs, preferably Allen Bradley Factory Talk View and RS View.

  • AutoCAD, AutoCAD Electrical, and Microsoft Office Suite.

  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills and good interpersonal skills.

  • High level of analytical ability to effectively evaluate, verify or select alternate design approaches.

Supervisor Responsibilities:


Work Environment:

Climate Controlled facility. A work life balance culture.


Physical Requirements:

Must be able to stand on concrete floor, bend, stoop, and lift steel materials

Required Education & Experience:

Minimum of 2 years of experience as a hands-on Controls Engineer.    


20-50 percent travel is required.


CNC Lathe Machinist/CNC Mill Machinist - 2nd Shift

Job Summary:

CNC Lathe Machinist/CNC Mill Machinist will maintain accurate part production on machines. 


  • Setup production machinery following prints and specifications. Assigned machines may include lathes, mills, and similar equipment.

  • Align and securely attach work holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and other materials on machines.

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics and instruments to calculate dimensions and tolerances.

  • Maintain production of quality parts by adjusting offsets and machine controls.

  • Inspect and measure completed production units to insure quality control.

  • Maintain a safe and orderly production area.

  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

  • Possess or acquire the hand tools needed for the CNC machine operator position.


Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to interpret and translate engineering designs and documentation.

  • Thorough understanding of or the ability to quickly learn production equipment.

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • Read and understand blueprints.

Education and Experience:

  • Working knowledge as a CNC Operator with Lathe and or Mill Specific experience.

  • Manual part machining and manufacturing.

  • Minimum one year work experience in a manufacturing environment.


Physical Requirements:

  • Physical ability to operate machines.

  • Prolonged periods of standing, walking, bending, and stretching.

  • Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.



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