Control Engineer

Santa Clarita, CA, USA

Onsite

$100k - $120k

Job Number: 6272

Control Engineer

Join an established OEM / equipment manufacturer in St. Clarita, CA. This is a small company with exciting growth opportunities for the right candidate. Customers are located across the contiguous 48 states and travel expectations are between 10% – 20%. Customer service is a priority, and engineers should be able & willing to troubleshoot, and problem solve.

Requirements:

  • Proficient in PLC programming.
    • Siemens is primary but other PLCs are used.
  • Proficient in HMI design & programming.
    • Siemens and IDEC are primary but other platforms PLCs are used.
  • Familiar with providing data logging capabilities.
  • Able to design and layout electrical panels.
    • Able to build and wire panels if necessary.
    • Willing to lend a hand from time to time as needed.
  • Able to select and source components.
  • Able to provide a list of components needed for ordering.
  • Able to provide electrical drawings to deliver to the panel builder.
  • Good mechanical aptitude able to help in all aspects of installing and servicing equipment.

Skills that are nice to have but not required:

  • Familiarity with ISO 9000, CE, or UL, and able to move us toward certification
  • Ability to calculate load limits for structures – lifting frames, gantries, bridge cranes, etc.
  • Bilingual
  • IT Skills for industrial connections and subnets
  • Communications and interoperability with other plant devices
  • Production management experience

     

    Why work here:

    • Paid holidays.
    • Vacation is earned weekly.
    • 401K with 100% matching the first 3% of salary and 50% the next 2% of salary.
    • Paid health insurance for employees. Plans available for spouse and family.
    • Group Dental and Vision coverage is available.

$100k – $120k based on experience

Note: To comply with state laws, the annual base salary range for this position has been provided as a guideline. The final salary offer will be determined based on factors such as work experience, education/training, key skills, and other considerations.

Applicants must be authorized to work for any employer in the US. Hiring company is unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.