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Plant Engineer and Controls Engineer

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RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking a Plant Engineer and Controls Engineer. Apply today!
Our client is a privately held, diversified family of companies manufacturing a variety of products for the retail, institutional, and commercial channels throughout the world. Operationally, the companies are managed independently to maintain focus on the specific markets they serve, while benefiting from being a part of the family of companies as a whole. Their manufacturing similarities enable them to develop and share state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies, highly skilled team members and a streamlined supply chain, which improves efficiencies, sustainability, quality, and helps bring innovative products to the many markets served. A future-oriented, hands-on management has already doubled the companys growth within the last 5 years, and they plan to double it again in the coming 5 years. Such ambitious plans have necessitated the need for the following professionals:
Plant Engineer and Controls Engineer
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
As Plant Engineer for our clients state-of-the-art water and beverage manufacturing facility, you would develop and direct technical improvement and documentation for equipment, and work with Process Engineering, Production, Planning, Product Development, Quality Assurance, Purchasing and Project Engineering to provide improvements in efficiency, scrap, speed and reliability. You would also be integral to the development of new products, product improvements, manufacturing cost control, and quality improvements. To qualify, you must hold a Bachelors degree in EngineeringPackaging, Plastics, Mechanical, Manufacturing or Electricaland possess 5+ years of recent experience in managing maintenance operations. Additionally, you should have 5+ years of direct supervision of a 5 to 6 (minimum) technical, salaried production staff, including budget responsibilities. An acute understanding of PLCs, electrical system processes, and industrial food equipment operations is essential.
As Controls Engineer, you would specify, design, and implement intricate controls systems and software programming on production equipment and associated machinery. You would also provide training and assist Controls Technicians in solving complex problems. To qualify, you should hold a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering or Electronics or Electrical Technology, and possess 3 or more years in a supervisory/management role. Your background should encompass process improvement for high-speed production equipment with PLCs, servo drives, motion controls and HMIs. Experience providing technical analysis, feasibility studies and recommendations for controls systems is crucial, as is instrument calibrations. Knowledge of Allen-Bradley and/or Siemens programming is required. You must be proficient in Microsoft Office, SQL Server and manufacturing execution systems (MES) software, and be able to perform AutoCAD documentation of electrical systems. Finally, you should be able to design all system levels and define system components including Systems Architecture drawings, wiring diagrams, points lists, configurations, HMI screens, and a detailed bill of materials. Basic computer skills are a given.
Working with our client, youll be rewarded with a world-class team environment with competitive salaries, exceptional benefits and career advancement.
Advance your career with the worlds best! Send your resume and letter of interest to for immediate consideration. Be sure to specify either Plant Engineer or Controls Engineer 35894 in the subject line.
Our Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
RCI Recruitment Solutions is a privately owned firm headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, with operations throughout the United States. For almost 40 years, RCI has provided a wide range of candidate sourcing and related recruitment services. Its proprietary and client-specific solutions encompass a variety of services, including advertising, consulting, media services, and staffing technology.

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