Control System Engineer

Control System Engineer
Job overview
Deadline:Not set
Country:United States of America
Location:Alachua, Florida
Job category:Research & Development
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Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology in Alachua, FL is looking for a
Control Systems Engineer
Are you a control system engineer who wants to develop your career in the field of R&D? If you have experience with mining equipment or heavy machinery and are ready to be hands on, Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology wants to speak with you!
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a leading global supplier of equipment, tools, service, and technical solutions for the mining industry. The product offering covers rock drilling, rock cutting, rock crushing, loading and hauling and materials handling.
Key performance areas
As the Control Systems Engineer you will be responsible for assigned R&D Engineering tasks within the Surface Mining Customer Segment at Alachua facility. Additionally, the Control System Engineer is responsible for the design tasks and technical solutions performed in the responsibility area based on the priorities set by the R&D Engineering Manager. Furthermore, the Control System Engineer will need to interact with other functions at the facility providing technical support to stakeholders as needed.
Additionally, the Control Systems Engineer will:
Design and implement control systems for operation and automation of custom mobile industrial equipment
Participate in all project phases which include design, documentation, development, testing, and commissioning.
Develop PLC code/software for mobile industrial equipment
Seek the best control system solutions by integrating electrical, electronics, controls, sensors, and other automation equipment together
Works independently or in an Agile team
Contributes in maintaining a team-working environment according to Sandvik Core Values
Your profile
In addition to holding a bachelor's degree in Electrical, Controls, Computer Science, or Computer Engineering discipline you also have up to 3 years of practical experience in control systems engineering.
Candidates should also possess:
Experience in the programming, implementation, and troubleshooting of PLCs, HMIs, Can-bus, and Control Systems.
Ability to read and interpret documents, drawings, and technical specification issued for performance of the control system commissioning. Typical documents include single line diagrams, cable and conduit routings, instrumentation, and control data sheets, I/O lists, etc.
Ability and willingness to learn new PLC platforms.
Skilled at problem solving - able to evaluate and troubleshoot problems and plan and execute solutions.
Excellent communication, organization, and interpersonal skills
Ability to work in and around industrial equipment and machinery Self-starter with a passion for product development
Adopts and sustains an attitude of zero tolerance for defects in design deliverables.
Demonstrates unwavering commitment to continuous improvement.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Excellent organizational skills, multi-tasking abilities
Application knowledge of mobile equipment, preferably in drilling equipment
Sandvik offers a comprehensive total compensation package including a competitive benefits package of health, dental and disability insurance, and a 401(k) retirement savings plan. In addition, we provide opportunities for professional competence development and training, as well as opportunities for career advancement.
How to apply
For immediate consideration, please apply online at www.home.sandvik/careers to the Control Systems Engineer position, Job Opening # R0006374
Sandvik is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Deadline: Not set
Job-ID: R0006374

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