• Controls Engineer

    Posted: 07/25/2019

    Controls Engineer

    Motion Controls Robotics, located in Fremont, Ohio, is looking for a full-time Controls Engineer to join their growing team. This position requires a motivated individual with knowledge of electrical control systems and a basic understanding of mechanical systems. Strong communication and computer skills are a must with the desire to learn, work with a project team, and perform in a fast paced environment to meet schedule deadlines.


    This position affords a high degree of responsibility and autonomy in your work. With a desire to learn more about the robotics industry, the opportunity for advancement is available. Training opportunities include on-the-job training, tuition payment for courses related to your position and/or a degree, and onsite or internet based training from the leading provider of robots, FANUC America.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    • Design electrical schematics for automated and robotic equipment using CAD software
    • Complete electrical enclosure designs in CAD software to meet UL 508A ICP requirements
    • Work with a project team to develop concepts and design solutions for automated and robotic equipment
    • Create project specific bill of materials to complete ordering for each individual project
    • Communicate and meet with vendors to establish job and application-specific components
    • Hot check electrical enclosures and equipment using electrical test equipment
    • Perform required sensor and control equipment testing to prove out the concept and select project components
    • Use organizational skills to maintain a neat and organized work environment to work at maximum efficiency

    Desired Education and Experience
    • Two-year technical degree in electrical/electronics or at least 1-5 years of related work experience
    • Experience using CAD software (AutoCAD Electrical Preferred)
    • Advance knowledge of electrical control systems
    • Basic knowledge of Mechanical systems
    • Microsoft office and strong computer skills
    • Experience using electrical test equipment (I.E. Multimeter)
    • Knowledge of Power Distribution, PLCs, and industrial control panels.

    Benefits
    • Competitive Salary
    • Excellent Medical Insurance
    • Dental and Vision Insurance
    • Company-Paid Life Insurance with optional Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Plan
    • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
    • Paid Vacation and Holidays
    • 401(k) Plan with partial company match
    • Supplemental Aflac Insurance (Accident, Hospital, Cancer and Voluntary Life)
    • Profit-Sharing Incentive
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Education/Tuition Reimbursement
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