Join a company that has been providing water, wastewater, and industrial controls for 50 years. They are an industry leader and have even been awarded the prestigious Allen-Bradley System Integrator Circle of Excellence Award! The opportunity for you to advance your career with this organization is truly unlimited.
As a Field Service Engineer/Technician you will provide programming services for control systems primarily in the water and wastewater industry. This includes PLC, HMI, and SCADA along with any instrumentation services that are needed. This is a challenging position that requires multi-tasking, a leadership attitude, and a willingness to never stop learning. Field service travel will be throughout the Midwest, 1 to 4 nights a week.
- AS in Engineering or related degree or equivalent experience considered in lieu of degree.
- Must have an understanding of control systems and components.
- PLC programming experience such as Allen-Bradley RSLogix 500 and 5000, Modicon, Siemens S7, GE PAC systems or the like. Allen Bradley is preferred.
- HMI programming experience such as Wonderware, FactoryTalk View, Cimplicity, Intellution or the like.
- Experience with Windows based control software and SCADA software packages, motor control, VFD's, and process instrumentation is also desired for this position.
- Communications networking experience including fiber optic, radio telemetry, broadband, and other associated technologies is desired.
- Experience with project management, covering initial concept/proposal, design, implementation, testing, start-up, and closeout is desired.
- Experience conducting full functional factory acceptance testing is desired.
- Successful candidates will possess good communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact professionally with all levels of co-workers, management, contractors, and end users.
- Must be able to handle multiple tasks, have excellent attention to detail, and be willing and able to learn new technologies quickly.
- Able to travel in the Midwest; generally 1 to 4 nights per week.