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Electrical Engineer

Job Title:


Electrical Engineer - Midland, NC


Job Description:


One of the world?s leaders in materials science, our client has an opening for a Electrical Facilities Technician to work onsite in Concord, NC.?? While this is a 12+ month contract positon it has the potential to extend to?24 months.??Imagine everything that you could learn to advance your career while working at a company with a 166?year track record of creating life-changing inventions.?


Experience with electrical power is required. Knowledge of safety standards and codes. Wiring, circuits, breaker panels. Installation and debug experience.


Education required:


Minimum of an AS or AAS in an electrical or controls discipline. BS Electrical Engineering Technology, BS Electrical Engineering is acceptable, but keep in mind this is a TECHNICIAN level role.


Experience required:


Minimum 5 to 10 years? experience


Equipment or software experience preferred:


AutoCAD 2017, AutoCAD Electrical 2017, Windows7, MS Office suite including Power Point, Excel, Word


PLC and PC based systems, Beckhoff PLC / Motion Control, B-R Control, Automated equipment systems experience


MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:


Ongoing Tasks


A. Interpret and monitor mechanical and electrical installation checklists and schedules. Oversee, as appropriate, the usage of these systems.


B. Procure and expedite materials for new or modified equipment.


C. Specify or recommend vendors, and maintain close liaison between vendor and plant.


D. Re-design electrical systems to reduce installation cost, solve equipment interferences, and correct inadequate designs.


E. Prepare work orders and direct maintenance personnel and outside contract trades in the fabrication, assembly, testing, and installation of equipment.


Additional Details: ?

Job ID:
335162
Dept ID:
10601
Location:
Midland, NC
United States of America
Industry:
Online / Full App
Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
258


Posted Date:8/14/2018


Domain:arna


 

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