Summary: The Controls Designer is responsible for the Design and Documentation of custom Robotic Automation Systems. This position requires a strong technical ability in the fields of controls and electrical design and is for a motivated individual who enjoys a variety of responsibility. A drive to learn and expand skills and responsibilities is a must.
- Documentation of electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and cooling systems (i.e.: schematics, etc.)
- Analyze proposal product, equipment, customer specifications and process requirements to conceive and produce a practical controls design
- Develop controls designs, that are compliant with customer specifications and industry standards.
- System design and specification including bill of materials, wiring schematics.
- Ability to interact professionally with other departments, customers and suppliers
- Other functions as assigned by Management
- Required minimum 3 years’ experience with AutoCAD
- Experience with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)
- Experience with Fieldbus technologies (ex: Ethernet, IOLink)
- Standard industrial panel designs & components
- Wiring methods
- Power distribution wiring
- Communications layout
- Component sizing and wiring
- Familiarity with CE, UL, NFPA, RIA, etc.
- Capable of reading electrical drawings in JIC as well as IEC standards
- Machine labeling syntax of electrical wiring, components, hoses, etc. and how to document this information in the schematics
- Minimum 3 years of direct industry experience.
- Knowledge of electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic schematics and how these systems interact.
- Familiarity with interfacing to FANUC, ABB, and KUKA robots.
- Requires excellent problem-solving skills
- Strong communication and organizational skills, with the ability to multi-task effectively
- Ability to work effectively and efficiently with minimal supervision.
- Willing to travel locally and long-distance to customer sites to do field checks.
- Willingness to participate in internal training to expand technical background
- Must be able to work in a professional office environment as well as a manufacturing environment
- Expectation of an average of 45 - 50 hours per week
- Ability to travel up to 5%
- May be exposed to moving mechanical equipment, airborne particles, and occasionally chemical fumes.
- The noise level within the manufacturing floor may be faint to moderate, and occasionally loud.
- Eyewear is mandatory while in the manufacturing area
- Safety shoes such as hard soled shoes are to be worn in the manufacturing area
- Must be able to work overtime when required as job permits
- Must be able to sit/stand for long periods of time if necessary
- Must be able to bend, and lift objects up to 35 pounds if required
Bulldog Factory Service is committed to the policy of ensuring that all persons regardless of sex/gender (including pregnancy), gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, disability, protected genetic information, protected veteran status, age, religion, or any other protected category under applicable local, state, or federal law, are afforded equal employment opportunities.