Electrical Engineering

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Our client specializes in custom made finishing equipment that provide solutions to industrial, aerospace and automotive customers. They need an Electrical Engineering because of growth in business who will work on the development of their equipment. They are located just South of Eau Claire. This is a great area to raise a family and it is an excellent organization to grow a career with.
1. BS in Electrical Engineering and 2+ years experience in the development of controls and electromechanical systems for industrial equipment
2. Must be technically competent in capital equipment industrial control systems and design of P&ID schematics, control panels, PLCs (AB and Siemens) programming
3. The equipment designed is all custom and you must have experience in this type of environment. A person who has made the same thing over and over again will not succeed in this job
4. Knowledge of AutoCAD and PLC programming and startup/debugging are required.
5. Highly desired is experience with AB PanelView, variable frequency drives, PID controllers, hardwired control logic and burner combustion controls
6. National Fire Protection Association/National Electrical Code (NFPA/NEC) and IEEE/IES/API standards would be helpful
1. Develop, design and test electrical components, equipment and systems
2. Develop applications of controls, instruments and finishing systems for customers.
3. You will take an active role in the sales role to meet the defined specifications of the customer in the Electrical scope of a project and works with a project team to ensure customer satisfaction
3. Track and report on all assigned projects
The company offers a comprehensive benefits package, bonus and competitive salary. They will help with normal relocation expenses. Sorry, no visa sponsorship is available unless under NAFTA.

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