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Posted by Adam Hickman on September 30, 2008 at 16:42:52:
PLC Engineer – Palo Alto, CA
-Develop complex machine controls for industrial equipments and factory automation, meeting stringent performance, safety and quality standards.
-Develop electrical wiring schematics, sub-assembly drawings, and bills of material for control system design.
-Generate test plans and conduct acceptance testing
-Provide or assist in the creation of technical descriptions of operation, equipment checkout procedures, technical reports, user manuals and other documentation as required.
-Work in conjunction with other groups as a team and effectively complete the projects according to plan.
-Significant travel to Ausra's factory locations is required, for field installation and training of factory personnel. Initial location is Las Vegas, NV.
-Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent).
-At least 5 years experience with deploying factory-scale robotics systems as the lead programmer and systems architect.
-In depth knowledge of current electrical control technologies theory and methods, especially Allen Bradley PLC programming and communications.
-Trouble-shoot and repair controls on production equipment.
-Develop and maintain electrical schematics and engineering documentation such as I/O lists, Cause & Effect, Control Narratives and Functional Design Specifications.
-Knowledge of North American Safety Standards.
-Knowledge of the machine safety risk assessment process a plus.
-Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Must be willing to submit to a drug screen and background investigation (motor vehicle record, criminal, education and prior employment).
As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.
For more information regarding this position, please contact Adam Hickman at firstname.lastname@example.org
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