Controls Engineer

New Richmond, WI 54017

Posted: 03/24/23 Job Number: 17530367

Job Description

Use your expertise in controls engineering and our strategic vision to develop beyond the edge of known manufacturing processes.

With a history of over 30 years of manufacturing medical devices, our company relies on creative thinking, cutting edge technology, and incredible R&D support to make new ideas into successful processes and products. We provide contract manufacturing services and end-to-end integrated services for the clinical and commercial manufacturing of products in the medical device and diagnostics industries.

Now we are searching for a qualified controls engineer to join our highly skilled team of programmers, engineers, and designers. We will assist a great controls engineer with relocation to New Richmond, WI where you can maximize your professional growth, as well as enjoy minimal traffic and a wonderful community.

3 Awesome reasons to work here:
  • Join a workforce where your new ideas are rewarded with full support.
  • Directly impact the success of production from concept to launch.
  • We offer excellent benefits and a competitive salary for your skills.

Job Details:

Work on a team where you will be fully involved in overall project scopes— from concept to product launch— through research, configuration, testing, and troubleshooting sensors, actuators, and small motors for custom work cells.

In this role, you will:
  • Help interpret project parameters and assist in the selection of components to meet both customer specifications and code requirements.
  • Design electrical circuits and develop schematics for automated work cells.
  • Write technical documents, including system descriptions, operating instructions, and instruction manuals.
  • Apply NEC electrical codes and NFPA79 standards to project designs

What you need for this Position:
  • BS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
  • 5+ years of controls and automations experience preferably in a Medical Device environment

Bonus points for these desirable qualifications:
  • Experience in electrical panel construction
  • Familiarity and versatility with ePlan schematic software
  • Experience working with PLC' s

What' s in it for you:

In addition to a competitive salary ($80K - $100K) and full benefits, you will have a direct impact on creating and developing manufacturing processes and products for medical devices worldwide.

Interviews are being scheduled now. So, if you are a controls engineer, please apply today.

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Jillian Genodia

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