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Controls Engineer II

Merrill Technologies Group
Saginaw, Michigan, United States
February 21, 2018

About Us: Merrill Engineering & Integration provides engineered solutions from concept to completion. Merrill Engineering & Integration provides simple solutions to complex problems through our expertise in Engineering, Manufacturing, Assembly, Automated Testing, Welding and Material Removal Systems. Manufactured solutions at ME&I result from their talented engineers with vast experience, utilizing the latest tools such as 3D CAD software to produce high quality, engineered systems, machines and fixtures.

Overview: Design, detail, program, start-up, and debug control systems for special equipment used for assembly, testing and material removal.

Accountabilities: Responsible for adhering to project budget and working within loaded hours.

Authority: Coordinates work with others, as necessary.

Specific Duties*: Duties include, but not limited to, installation support and start up at customer’s facility. Field service and debug will be required. Design, develop, and test electrical systems and electronic devices. Conduct tests, analyze test data, write test reports to record operating performance, and provide data to support product compliance with customer/internal specs and standards. Develop detailed engineering specs for new products. May be involved with developing changes to plans and/or methodology. Interpret policies and requirements in terms of established objectives. Provide recommendations for improvements in order to meet program objectives.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or similar.

Skills: Ability to read, write, and debug basic ladder logic programs. Ability to design machine’s electrical hardware, and hydraulic and pneumatic systems using AutoCAD. Ability to troubleshoot machine issues competently enough for service work. Proficiency in company software (Encompix, Outlook).

Experience: 2 - 6 years of experience as an electrical engineer.

Personal Qualities: The ability to work well with people. Plan and carry out assignments and resolve most conflicts independently. Organized. Good written and verbal skills, strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize and multi-task.

Preferences: Experience working with electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic circuits and above average mathematical reasoning skills.

Environment: Typical office environment and minimal shop floor exposure.