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Automation Controls Engineer - Auburn Hills, MI

Job Description:

Automation Controls Engineer will drive the selection, creation and implementation of all new Automation projects.

  • Develop and deploy efficient interface solutions between the industrial IT applications (MES, TCO, MRP) and the equipment PLC, insuring robust data flow strategy.
  • Analyze the gaps and opportunities to automate further our production sites towards Industry 4.0.
  • Propose improvement of the processes, means and PLC program implementations.
  • Responsible for control systems planning and implementation into production and/or changes to the manufacturing processes
  • Develops plans for new products including manufacturing technologies and available alternatives, investment requirements
  • Responsible for final approval of equipment control systems and turnover of projects to manufacturing/production
  • Review machine takt times and evaluate capability to meet takt times.  Implement corrective actions when takt times not achieved
  • Coordinate with Maintenance to minimize down-time.  Coach and teach Maintenance personnel in control systems technology 
  • Train appropriate personnel on new processes, process improvements, failsafe features, program changes.
  • Follow procedures and corrective action assignments as required to eliminate or reduce PPM's or improve PPH

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Technical specialty
  • 5-7+ years automotive manufacturing  experience
  • Must have thorough knowledge of PLC Programming  (Siemens highly preferred) and Computer Applications
  • Must have in-depth knowledge of manufacturing control systems including PLC's, robotics and computer applications, assembly techniques, FMEA 
  • Must be capable of working without supervision and with a wide variety of people from the shop floor to senior managers, vendors, suppliers
  • Experience with PLC's for process flows, welding, assembly, staking equipment
  • Travel up to 50% of the time

Job ID:
357995

Dept ID:
10538

Location:
Auburn Hills, MI
United States of America

Industry:
Engineering / Engineering

Job Type:
Direct Hire Position
Folder Group ID
35

Posted Date:3/1/2019

Domain:arna

Contact: amy.donner@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Automation Controls Engineer

Location: Auburn Hills, MI

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 357995

Posted Date: 3/1/2019

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