Under the supervision of the controls manager and/or the controls project team leader, perform all activities associated with controls design, engineering, and on-site implementation of automatic material handling equipment and subsystems.
This learning and working experience includes up to 8,000 hours of onsite work training and a minimum of 576 subject matter hours.
- Demonstrate understanding of controls hardware/software design and implementation.
- Comply with all local / regional & federal regulations, assuring that designs and applications meet and/or exceed compliance.
- Prepare and utilize subsystem installation, commissioning test procedures and checklists.
- Provide support for subsystem electrical installation, interface testing, training, and startup support.
- Support other departments within TGW Systems such as: Product Development, Project Management, Manufacturing, Systems Engineering, Installation, Software Engineering, Lifetime Services, etc. and others as assigned or requested.
- Equipment/subsystem commissioning - configuration, testing, troubleshooting, debug, implementation, etc. of :
- Controls hardware and Software
- Human Machine Interface (HMI), User/Operator Interface,
- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems.
- Effectively plan and manage daily tasks with time critical awareness.
- Prepare periodic installation and commissioning of:
- Status reporting: items completed, items planned, punch list items, concerns
- Project summary reporting: lessons learned, improvements, and pitfalls
- Possible temporary assignments as needed.
- 2-4 year learning commitment: A blend of theory training & on the job training to obtain an Associate degree in Electrical Engineering with 2+ years’ experience in Controls Engineering & Commissioning paid experience (starting at $20/hour)
- Effective communication (internal and external)
- Reliable transportation and excellent work/school attendance
- Domestic and international travel 50-85% to support project implementations