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Electrical Process Engineer - Manufacturing (Manufacturing & Production)
Kansas City, KS 66051
Recruited by: Cynthia Simpson | Sr. Recruiter | J.T. Nelson & Associates, Inc. See all my Jobs

  • Hiring Company: J.T. Nelson & Associates, Inc.
  • Industry: Manufacturing & Production
  • Compensation: Salary: 70K to 90K
  • Expires: Apr 08, 2019
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Job Description

Electrical Process Engineer, Glass Manufacturing Company – Kansas City area
The Electrical Process Engineer is responsible for maintaining and upgrading equipment electrical systems, plant utilities, and process equipment control systems. The Electrical Process Engineer will work closely with Maintenance and other Engineers (both local and from Corporate offices) on process equipment troubleshooting and problem resolution, new installations, and upgrades to existing installations. The Electrical Process Engineer will also work with Corporate IT resources to manage, troubleshoot, and maintain local IT assets and networks.
Primary Responsibilities.
• Hands-on troubleshooting and repair of equipment and network issues.
• Manage new equipment installation projects by providing scope, specifications, drawings, procurement of materials, and supervision.
• Upgrade existing equipment by providing scope, specifications, drawings, procurement of materials, and supervision.
• Provide training to Maintenance Technicians and others to ensure competency and skill block completion.
• Educate Production Technicians on equipment function through verbal and written means, to reduce operator errors and increase production efficiencies.
• Provide technical expertise in the fields of electrical power, electronic controls, computer networks, and PLC programming.
Background Profile:
• BS Degree in Electrical Engineering or related field.
• Minimum of 3 years engineering experience in an industrial setting
• Proficient in Allen Bradley PLC programming and troubleshooting
• Proficient in HMI programming
• Experience with automated packaging robotics is a plus
• Experience with computer network hardware and structure a plus
• Fundamental understanding of electrical design practices, machine/motion control systems, electro-mechanical systems, robotics, programming, and system integration.
• Working understanding of schematic wiring diagrams, PLC I/O, connection diagrams, and field drawings for design work. Design using AutoCAD
Company Information:
This company is part of one of the largest manufacturers of glass and glass related products and employing over 4,000 employees in North America. This position is located in the Kansas City area. This plant manufactures float glass for a number of uses as well as tempered glass.
• Established company in business for many years.
• Owned by a huge global manufacturing company in the glass business.
• Opportunities for upward advancement at this plant as well as any of their other plants.
• Nice Midwest location with easy access to a major airport.
• Easy access to housing in either suburban, urban or rural locations.
• Full benefit package including: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life Insurance, 401(k), Paid Time Off.
• Paid relocation
Community information:
This plant is located in a family focused community not far from the large city benefits including shopping and cultural activities of Kansas City. They have many annual community events including “The King of the Hill Barbeque”. This plant is within driving distance of an excellent Community Colleges as well as a large State University. The Kansas Speedway, a 1.5 mile tri-oval race track which hosts two annual NASCAR race weekends annually, is a 30 minute drive from the plant. The beautiful Kansas City Plaza is an oasis for those who enjoy shopping. The Chiefs and Royals Stadiums are 40 minutes from the plant for the sports and tailgating fans.