Manufacturing Engineer - Controls Specialist

Manufacturing Engineer ? Controls Specialist

Are you looking for your next step in Manufacturing Engineering? Do you enjoy problem solving and improving processes? Staff Management is currently hiring a Manufacturing Engineer for a direct hire opening in Princeton, KY. The Manufacturing Engineer is a key player in designing and improving the daily processes. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to be a champion of manufacturing processes and safety.


  • Medical, Vision, and Dental Benefits

  • Short term and long term disability

  • 401k plan

  • Tuition reimbursement program

You will:

  • PLC and HMI programming and troubleshooting

  • Design of industrial controls systems for custom process equipment including the layout of power distribution and specification of controls

  • Creating and maintaining electrical schematics and manufacturing BOM?s

  • Coordinate with internal resources & outside contractors in construction & assembly of equipment

  • Coordinate with manufacturing during debug and troubleshooting of equipment

  • Provide support of continuous improvement on current equipment

  • Experiences should include an emphasis on Rockwell Automation products including CompactLogix, Ethernet/IP communications and Distributed I?O networks, Factory Talk View HMI, Omron products, and Wonderware products

We are looking for:

  • Bachelor?s degree (B.A. / B.S.) from four-year university or college; or five to 10 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Must possess a current Driver?s License

  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge of Database Software such as SQL: Internet Software such as SQL: Project Management Software such as Microsoft Project; Spreadsheet Software such as Excel; and Word Processing Software such as Microsoft Word




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