Controls Engineer

Located in beautiful Morganton, NC, along I-40, with abundance of hiking, camping and other Blue Ridge Mountain activities and coupled with charming southern small-town hospitality. An hour from Charlotte and Asheville.
Description: Provide electrical/controls engineering support for commissioning and improvements of high speed automatic assembly equipment. Facilitate, develop and maintain the PLC software for automatic assembly lines. Design, control, maintenance and calibration of assembly equipment and systems for production and test equipment. Plant wide management of all production equipment. Documentation of electronic equipment performance and reliability. Responsible for reaching equipment efficiency, quality and associated cost targets. Leading Technicians who run the production lines in the area of responsibility
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Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering Discipline, preferably Mechanical or Electrical. Experience in electrical/controls technology in a high paced production manufacturing process environment. Background in control networks including Plc programming Siemens S5 or S7 Beckhoff Twincat Structured Text Ethernet/IP, RIO, DH+, DeviceNet, and ControlNet, Profibus, Experience with vision and barcode scanning systems Cognex,DVT Detailed knowledge of high speed automated assembly line processes. Detailed customer base requirements. Detailed product and process knowledge. Extensive knowledge of TS16949, quality system principles. Customer Measurement Metrics Knowledge Strong Computer Skills Problem solving skills Working in an inter-cultural business. Competitive Salary.
Benefits: We understand that each of our employees is unique. That is why Continental offers a variety of benefit options. Depending on the eligibility, benefits include:
medical plan choices;
prescription drug benefits;
health saving accounts;
dental plan options;
vision plan options;
life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment;
disability insurance;
legal plan assistance;
retirement savings plans and more..

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