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Pricing Analyst
Position ID: # EB-1353976097
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 1:56:27 PM
Location: Plano, TX
Salary: $80,000 - $85,000

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• Title: Pricing Analyst
• Location: Plano, Texas
• Shift: Monday-Friday 8 to 5pm in office
• Comp: $85K (flexibility based on background)
• Benefits:
• Travel: None
• Vaccine Requirement: No Vaccine required.

Position Description:
The Pricing Analyst utilizes costing and pricing models to establish profitable custom account-based rates.

• Utilize costing/pricing model to establish profitable rate levels under a defined commercial framework.
• Respond to pricing proposal cases within a specified turnaround time using a defined commercial framework.
• Complete monthly uploads of accounting and operational data for cost processing.
• Provide guidance to associated functions responsible for final tariff/rate publication.
• Maintain the pricing proposal history database.
• Perform cost analysis reviews for new accounts (90-day) and key accounts (quarterly/annually).
• Validate newly loaded tariff rates to ensure alignment with approved rates.
• Support the annual general rate increase process.
• Complete and distribute pricing-related reports to management and senior leadership.
• Develop ad hoc reports as requested by leadership.
• Comply with all applicable laws/regulations, as well as company policies/procedures
• Perform other duties as required


• Education / Experience - associate degree in Business or related field, or a minimum of three years transportation/logistics pricing experience.
• Skills and Abilities
• Prior experience in transportation costing and pricing, implementing specific customer rates.
• Good knowledge of transportation tariffs and rate bases.
• Good understanding of pricing strategies and concepts.
• Good verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to produce clear and concise reports tailored for the appropriate audience.
• Good problem solving, quantitative and analytical abilities.
• Good ability to plan and manage and prioritize multiple projects.
• High degree of professionalism, integrity and judgment when dealing with confidential information.
• Good understanding of finance and accounting principles.
• Team player with very good leadership and project management capabilities.
• Operational experience in a logistics and network business.
• Proficient and experienced with the following tools/programs: Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
• Must be able to travel to other company offices and facilities.

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Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-1908319842
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 1:45:24 PM
Location: Conshohocken, PA
Salary: $100,000 - $120,000

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• Title: Project Manager
• Location: Remote
• Shift: 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday,
• Travel: Occasional travel to HQ in West Conshohocken, PA
• Compensation: up to $120k
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: 10% bonus
• Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, PTO, 401k
• Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description:
• Work with product and other key stakeholders to organize and outline rollout of the organization’s ERP environment.
• Influence and collaborate across product, implementation partners, infrastructure, security, compliance, and finance business-operations to effectively build commitment with delivery teams, assessing and planning resources required for execution.
• Working with Change Management, ensure alignment and transparency for the program with leadership, regional finance, and operations.
• Effectively establish and track project plan and metrics, clearly communicate project statuses (milestones, health, decisions, issues, risks), and escalate issues to stakeholders. Drive decision making and interrelationships with other projects.
• Assist teams to identify and document effective and controlled system workflow; able to identify advanced workflow opportunities and interrelationships between various system modules and functionality, including master data, general ledger, cost accounting application, accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing, and cash management.
• Able to project manage the system design first to project plan task assignments and then through on-time plan execution.
• Identifies and escalates aspects of scope and/or design change project leadership. Recognizes and communicates systemic conflicts arising from intra- and/or inter-project master data design or processes outside standard internal controls.
• Working with key stakeholders to manage scope revisions, project costs versus budget, scheduling, internal and external staffing, vendors, and contractual deliverables.
• Minimum 5-7 years of related work experience
• prior experience functioning as a program manager or project-manager within a medium to large organization.
• Accounting experience working with internal controls, ledgers, accruals, accounting close schedules, financial account structures, process mapping (operations to accounting),
• Accomplished at executing large cross-functional project initiatives.
• Experience working in a distributed retail, events, or manufacturing environment a plus.
• Effective, clear & concise communicator
• Ability to utilize data to evaluate program health and drive decisions.
• Passionate about affecting transformational change.
• Proficiency in project management software required; SmartSheets experience a plus or alternatively other project management software (i.e., Microsoft Project, Monday.com, Asana, TeamWork, Zoho, etc.)
• Proficiency with cloud-based, enterprise level, muti-modular ERP solutions required; Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations is a plus or alternatively other enterprise level ERP solutions (SAP, Oracle, J.D. Edwards, etc.)
• Education and experience including a blend of general and/or cost accounting and finance operations.

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Director of Partnership Activation
Position ID: # EB-1130921129
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 1:30:54 PM
Location: Conshohocken, PA
Salary: $100,000 - $120,000

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• Title: Director of Partnership Activation
• Location: Remote
• Shift: 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday,
• Travel: 20% to venues (nationally)
• Compensation: up to $120k
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: 15% bonus
• Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, PTO, 401k
• Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description:
• Establish and deploy industry best practices in client management including contract management and fulfilment, proof of performance, upsell and renewal processes
• Share best practices across a global organization but with a focus on the US
• Forge and nurture C-suite relationships with client partners to maximize the potential for renewal and upsell.
• Forge and nurture relationships with company Staff including corporate leadership, venue operations, finance etc. as well as venue level staff including GM’s to facilitate client fulfillment
• Act as the point of contact for high-value growth partnerships
• Identify and develop business cases for new tools and resources to support account activation efforts
• Set and manage activation budgets
• To perform this job successfully, this individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Ability to travel extensively via air and auto required
• Ability to work irregular hours in addition to normal business hours, to include nights, weekends and holidays as needed
• Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration or a related field from an accredited four-year college or university.
• Minimum of fifteen (15) years in the field of venue, property or rights holder sponsorship activation; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum five (five) years leading a team
• Demonstrate knowledge and experience in the principles, practices, and terminology of sponsorship sales and activation.
• Strong communication and presentation skills both written and oral.
• Proven ability to fulfill, renew and upsell parnerships.
• Solve practical problems and deal with a variety of complex variables in selling and servicing sponsor partners.
• Operate a personal computer using Windows, Power Point, Word, Excel, Outlook, and other related standard office equipment.
• Organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines. Work effectively under pressure and/or stringent schedule and produce accurate results.
• Maintain an effective working relationship with all stakeholders including clients, agencies and employees
• Work independently, exercising judgment and initiative.
• Remain flexible and adjust to situations as they occur.

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Plant Control Room Operator
Position ID: # EB-1465076748
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 1:01:26 PM
Location: Bridgewater, NH
Salary: $32 - $35

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Title: Plant Control Room Operator
Location: Bridgewater, NH
Shift: 12 hour shifts/ 7:30 – 7:30 rotating days and nights every three weeks, 36 hours one week and 48 hours the next (40 hours straight time and 8 hours overtime).  Example:  work MT off WTh work FSS, next week- off MT work WTh off FSS
Compensation: $32/hr - $35/hr +OT
     o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: 

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, FSA, Long and Short-term Disability, Group Life, AD&D
Vaccine Requirement: None
Position Description:

Responsible for operating and monitoring the status of all plant systems and activities from the Control Room on a continuous basis.
Directs the Plant Technician (AO) in performance of all shift required activities.
Responds to alarms by taking appropriate corrective actions, executes plant shut down, plant start-up and maintenance as required.
Assures that the plant meets all operations related regulatory requirements and generating requirements, while operating in a safe and efficient manner.
Work with team members to meet established safety, environmental, production and maintenance goals and standards.
Successfully complete all required safety and environmental training.
Perform operational activities required to support start-up, shutdown and normal operation of plant equipment and systems.
Report equipment conditions or other facility anomalies that could affect plant status to plant management team.
Make entries in operating logs, environmental records and other administrative documentation needed to support the operation and maintenance of the facility.
Complete required locking and tagging of plant equipment in accordance with plant and OSHA approved practices.
Participate in plant housekeeping and clean-up activities required to maintain a safe work environment. These activities shall include but not be limited to cleaning, painting, and trash removal.
Perform assigned preventative maintenance, emergency repairs and inspection of plant mechanical and electric equipment.
Respond to abnormal operating situations in a safe and environmentally conscious manner.
Complete routine chemical tests and make the necessary adjustments needed to operate within the established facility operating parameters.
Perform and direct others in field adjustments of plant equipment and systems to ensure the equipment operates in accordance established operating parameters and environmental permit requirements.

Have steam or gas plant experience
Must be able to frequently climb ladders, enter and work in confined space areas, climb and work on elevated platforms at elevations of 90 feet or more.
Must be able to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions and to climb vertical access ladders in all weather conditions.
Must be able to read and understand operating procedures, control logic diagrams and other technical material pertinent to power plant operations and maintenance.
Must be able to read and respond to computer-generated data, instrumentation, gauges and readouts that may vary in color.

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Sr. Mechanical Desgn Engineer Battery and Power
Position ID: # EB-1618666373
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 10:37:56 AM
Location: Auburn Hills, MI
Salary: $80,000 - $110,000

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Title: Mechanical Design Engineer Battery and Power Electronics
Location: Auburn Hills, MI
Shift: Day Shift work
Travel: 60% Remote
Compensation: $80k -$110k
    o Bonuses/Additional Compensation –

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, HAS, Life and Disability, Additional Voluntary, 10 Paid Holidays
Vaccine Requirement: None
Position Description:

Responsible for the design and development of various battery pack and power electronics applications in support of FEV's e-mobility projects
Support the mechanical design of these systems from concept initiation through production release
Lead project activities in mechanical and/or thermal design in battery pack and power electronics engineering for e-mobility applications.
Mechanical packaging for various cell formats (cylindrical, prismatic, pouch)
Mechanical packaging for various pack components (modules, busbars, wiring, connectors, control modules, cold plates, cooling hoses)
Mechanical design and vehicle integration of power electronic enclosures and or thermal systems including implementation of sealing and venting strategies.
Perform design activities such as
Module design and development (cell mounting, spacing, connecting, cooling)
Mechanical / structural design (durability, crash, light weighting)
Integration of electrical systems and components (fuses, contactors, wiring)
Cooling system design for thermal management
Production release and development cycle experience
Interface with suppliers to execute supplier quality processes such as PPAP
BOM management / reporting
Change management
Documentation and report creation
Create 2D drawings based on parametric CAD models per ANSI and ISO standards
Datum strategies, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance (GD&T), Stack up Analysis, Design for Manufacturing and Design for Assembly.
Work closely with and lead cross functional team members (vehicle, modeling and simulation, software, functional safety)
Communicate project progress to leadership and manage project risk
Prepare for and participate in formal and informal design review activities
Coordinate design activities with global partners

5 years minimum experience in mechanical, electrical and/or thermal products for production applications
Knowledge in engineering materials. Should have good understanding of different materials and grades
Strong interpersonal skills
Fundamental understanding of mechanical simulation techniques and processes
Advanced knowledge of manufacturing processes
Experience following a product development process
DVP development and reporting
DFMEA / Risk analysis development
Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills in English
Basic knowledge in automotive certification standards (UN, UL, IPC, SAE, ISO and FMVSS) and design for manufacturability.
Basic power electronic and EV systems and architecture knowledge (DC/DC, Inverters, Batteries Chargers etc.…)
Proficient in 2D drawing and 3D CAD creation and release on commercial platforms namely CREO, NX and CATIA.
Must have hands on design skills in using the CAD to route wire harnesses, sheet metal parts, plastic components, and machined components
Experience with Siemens Team Center or other PLM
Preferred Qualifications:

5 years' experience in Battery Pack design for e-mobility applications with expert power electronic and EV systems and architecture knowledge
Understanding of cell chemistry (LTO, NMC, NCA, LFP), performance and testing
Background in modeling, simulation, and analysis (i.e., durability, thermal, electrical)
Understanding of electrical, thermal, and mechanical characteristics of cells, modules and/or packs (SOC, SOH, DOD life cycle etc.)
Background in prototype builds and component validation
Working experience in the design of injection molded engineering plastics, seals, machining, diecast aluminum, and stamped metal parts
Engineering Master's degree
Experience working for an OEM or Tier-1 supplier
Familiarity with Advanced product quality planning (APQP)

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Tooling Lead
Position ID: # EB-4772007109
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 10:29:20 AM
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Salary: $33 - $36

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Title: Tooling Lead
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Shift: First
Compensation: $33-$36/hr.
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401k Matching to 5%)
Travel: Typically requires travel less than 5% of the time
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
The Tooling Lead will be responsible for utilizing all mold shop tools/equipment and interpreting 2D/3D drawings for the fabrication, maintenance, repair, and engineering changes on company plastic injection molds and molded parts. The individual will work with cross-functional teams to troubleshoot and improve mold and system performance. The Tooling lead will provide direction and leadership to team members and ensure work is done safely and correctly.

• Follow and enforce all company safety practices. Highlight safety risks and work with other team members to implement solutions to new risks.
• Follow all regulatory requirements e.g., Current Good Manufacturing and Documentation Practices.
• Perform routine maintenance on plastic injection molds in the press and on the bench
• Disassemble, visually inspecting, cleaning, organizing, and reassembling complex high cavitation tooling
• Ensure all equipment is working properly
• Shop awareness and cleanliness
• Production circumstances may require working outside normal hours
• Participate in activities to ensure departmental compliance to all Federal, State, Local and Company regulatory requirements. These elements include FDA, EPA, OSHA, ISO, EEOC and Company policies relative to the manufacture of product, batch control requirements, documentation requirements, housekeeping, preventative maintenance, calibration, associate training and safety (equipment, associate and material).
• Work on special projects as they arise and directed
• Actively demonstrating support through interactions with solid communication skills, attitude, dedication, commitment, respect, pride and trust
• Measure/fitting stack heights
• Set/time unwinds
• Complete shop paperwork and documentation using correct terminology (FA, tool workorder)
• Stoning, polishing, and fitting mold components
• Electrical testing/troubleshooting as needed
• Clean/bake/service/electrically test Hot Runner systems
• Fabricate/repair/modify components as needed with machining skills
• Demonstrate proper measurement techniques with (micrometer, calipers, dial indicator)
• Required to work independently by taking initiative and ownership of tasks and projects
• Required to train/oversee Mold Tech I through Sr. Mold Tech
• Required to work with cross functional teams (molding, maintenance, engineering, etc.)
• Maintain shop supplies and records, such as spare tooling, perishable and raw materials following company procedures
• Perform these and other duties as necessary or required, the inclusion of which will not alter the basic scope of the position
• Contribution of mid and year end reviews with Supervisor/Manager

• Journeyman Mold making certification, or equivalent is a plus
• Minimum of 10 years of Tool Making or tool repair and maintenance experience
• High School Diploma required
• Previous injection molding or tooling experience is required
• Expert in high cavitation tools
• Knowledge in mechanics and terminology of a mold and their functions

Company Description:
For more than three decades, our client has been dedicated to a singular purpose—improving the safety and efficiency of IV therapy. With the acquisition of Hospira Infusion Systems from Pfizer in 2017, our client became the only company to focus exclusively on IV therapy across the continuum of care. Together, our client helps forge the human and emotional connections that enhance clinical experience and are the essence of outstanding quality of care.

Why ICU Medical?
Innovative company that offers competitive pay and benefits.

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Field Service Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1193249767
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 9:04:22 AM
Location: New England States, MA
Salary: $70,000 - $90,000

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• Title: Field Service Engineer
• Location: Mid Atlantic or Northeast (CT/PA/NY/WV/MD)
• Shift: Mon-Fri, Employee has flexibility to work with customers to figure out schedule
• Travel: 70%, Travel could be by plane or car depending on location
• Compensation: $70k - $90K + OT
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: Quarterly Bonus up to $1200 per quarter, vehicle has the mileage paid, travel with a company credit card
• Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, 401K, paid vacation days, FSA and Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Assistance, Br
• Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
• Executes customer support activities involving the installation, modification and repair of complex nuclear measurement equipment and systems
• Conduct on-site installation of complex nuclear measurement equipment and systems, focusing on the setup/configuration of (Canberra) hardware and software, using established testing procedures and training to ensure proper function of system(s). Provide familiarization to the customer on system hardware/software and its basic modes of operation.
• Troubleshoot and isolate equipment malfunctions and take corrective actions, analyzing hardware or software issues. Work closely with Technical Support and Engineering to locate and correct system faults.
• Complete Field Reports and logs to ensure work performed is properly documented and all problems in the field are reported and addressed. In House Troubleshooting and Repair
• Technical Support (by phone/email)
• Provide professional representation of the Company in all dealings with customer, creating a positive experience for the customer
• 1-3 years in a technical/customer service position. Must have excellent technical and customer relations experience to handle the diversity of systems and their applications.
• A.S. or B.S. degree in Electronics, Nuclear Engineering or equivalent preferred but not required. Some technical schooling along with 4+ years related technical experience may be substituted.
• Naval Nuclear Power Program experience is a plus.
• Technical acumen. Preferably electronics, Mechanical or Science/Physics background
• Very good verbal communication skills.
• Excellent organizational skills, typing/keyboarding skills and written reporting skills.
• Must be logical and analytical in approaching solutions to complex problems.
• Ability to lift at least 50+ pounds.
• Must have a valid driver’s license

Preferred Skills:
• Knowledge and proficiency of any of the (Canberra) products such as High Purity Germanium (HPGe) Detectors, Sodium Iodide (NaI) detectors, and Alpha Beta Counting Systems
• Experience using (Canberra) software such as Genie 2000, Apex Gamma, Apex In-Vivo, Eclipse, and Apex Alpha Beta.
• Database management experience using SQL Server, Crystal Reports and/or Access.
• Nuclear Physics and Radiation Principles knowledge and experience
• Understanding of Gamma Spectroscopy, Alpha/Beta Counting, and radiation detection principles a plus.
Company Description:
This company is a leader in radiation safety, measurement and science. Built on 60 years of experience in research, problem-solving and product development, our team of over 1,800 talented professionals work to create solutions and advance innovation in our field. We’re more than just product makers and problem solvers. They also draw on a deep sense of responsibility to share their knowledge and expertise with their customers.
There organization is passionate about delivering world-class products, services, and solutions for radiation detection and protection. From their 29 operating facilities across North America, Europe, and Asia, Company offers products and services in these key areas:
• Health Physics - Radiation Detection and Protection Instruments
• Dosimetry Services - Radiation Monitoring Services
• Spectroscopy - Radiation Measurement Solutions
• Characterization - Decontamination & Decommissioning, Waste Management
• Radiation Monitoring Systems - In-Plant and Safety Monitoring Systems
• Sensing Systems - Nuclear Reactor Sensing Systems

Military Friendly – The company has expressed extreme interest finding great military talent to add to their organization. They are committed to making your reentry into the workforce as comfortable as possible. The organization has attended a variety of events geared toward veteran recruiting and networking because they understand the value military leaders bring.
Career Development – has many programs in place to help you succeed, grow in your field, and reach for new roles:
• Training and development to enhance and add new skills
• Mentoring within your department and across the organization
• Career planning to allow you to see the skills you need to achieve your goals
• Recognition awards to acknowledge outstanding achievement
Flexible work schedules, workplace support for families and children such as childcare benefits with FSA and Employee Assistance Programs, team-base culture

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Senior Controls Technician / Controls Technician
Position ID: # EB-6748085524
Date Posted: 2/2/2023 9:07:33 PM
Location: Elk Grove Villiage, IL
Salary: $30 - $48

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Title: Senior Controls Technician / Controls Technician
Locations: Elk Grove Village, IL (Chicagoland)
Shift: Normal day shift field service hours Monday – Friday.
Compensation: $30/hr.-$48/hr. base pay, depending on experience/qualifications + O/T + relocation.
Benefits: Outstanding benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, flex spending account, cash matching 401(k), vacation, & much more!
Travel: Primarily travel within the greater Chicagoland area daily servicing clients, home most nights, occasional overnight stay if job is greater than 60 miles away. Territory covers Chicagoland, northern half of IL and Quad Cities.
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required.

Position Description: The Senior Controls Technician / Controls Technician troubleshoots, repairs, and upgrades industrial boiler controls sensors and field devices through the identification and repair of mechanical and electrical equipment deficiencies. In this role you will perform boiler start-ups in the field and conduct planned boiler maintenance. Your daily work will consist of 60% mechanical work, 25% boiler controls electrical work, 23% boiler controls troubleshooting, and 1-2% in-depth PLC work.

Requirements: These roles require highly motivated and thoughtful candidates who are ready to work and get dirty daily. Candidates must be able to think critically with good mechanical aptitude and electrical qualifications and experience. PLC experience is not required but a plus. Boiler experience is not required but is preferred. Candidates must have good mechanical skills and basic electrical experience and the ability to learn boiler electrical systems if they don’t already have that knowledge and experience.

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Controls Engineering Leader
Position ID: # EB-7880295507
Date Posted: 2/2/2023 5:12:32 PM
Location: McCalla, AL
Salary: $84,500 - $124,500

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Title: Controls Engineering Leader
Location: McCalla, AL
Shift: First
Travel: 5%
Compensation: $84,500 - $124,500 (depending on skills)
    o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: Relocation offered, Bonus of 7.5%, Holiday Bonus of 2%

Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package effective first day of employment, including: medical, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) Savings Plan with up to 7% Company match, 3 weeks paid vacation, 12 paid company holidays plus 4 personal days, parental leave, and annual holiday bonus
Vaccine Requirement: None
Position Description:

Provide key leadership with regard to power and control systems, equipment specification and maintenance, proper operation, technician development, troubleshooting and repair to achieve or exceed reliability targets within a specific department (Bakery or Sandwich Making). Throughout the plant start-up process as well as in ongoing operations
Responsible for systems optimization, compliance, personnel safety and technician skill development relative to plant electrical power and process control systems.
Serve as primary administrator and troubleshooter for plant power and control systems and is a key member of plant technical leadership
Build and maintain a sustainable system for plant E&I skill development; Coaches the area E&I Coordinator on skill assessment and development of operating and E&I technicians within the department; Works with the site Controls Engineering Manager to build and maintain sustainable process and machine control onboarding and ongoing development systems for plant Process Engineers, Interns and Area Leaders
Work with the site Controls Engineering Manager to develop power and control standards and ensure application of the standards in their area of responsibility
Know, communicate, and ensure technician compliance to local and national regulator codes (NFPA 70, NFPA 70e, NFPA 79 and OSHA 1910); Is also responsible for ensuring equipment and safe practice compliance in their area of responsibility
Responsible for validation of the MES data from PLC into Proficy; Support plant PEs in conditioning PLC data to accommodate effective data analysis including application development
Own the validity and ongoing system for maintaining the site sustainability metering equipment (power monitors and usage flow meters); Own using the power monitoring data and developing plans to reduce overall consumption and costs
Provide expertise in the design and implementation of machine control and process automation applications, such as: control strategies, HMI design, MES applications and KPI development
Work with site Controls Engineering Manager, department management and technicians to identify losses, and develop plans and strategies to eliminate them, in the areas of safety, quality, reliability and cost  
Own parts or whole Key Elements for systems related to power and control system such as electrical safety (LOTO, Electrical PPE, Energized work permits, low voltage qualification, etc.) and Quality/CCP compliance (checkweighers, metal detectors, vision systems, ingredient flows, temperatures, etc.)
Works closely with engineering and operations leaders on selection and installation/start-up of new equipment; Becomes the technical expert on new equipment and ensures the training of others with regard to control systems
Serves as project manager for initiatives ranging from E&I focused projects to complete capital projects
Provides power and controls engineering support on capital initiatives in their area of responsibility
Provides support throughout other parts of the plant as needed on a daily basis
Learns and applies advance control, simulation and process modeling technologies to analyze and improve overall process and packaging operations 

A Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent work experience, is required
At least 5 years of relevant controls experience is required
At least 2 years of experience leading, supervising, or managing others is required (including influential leadership)
At least 5 years of manufacturing experience is required
Mechanical and electrical experience in food manufacturing is preferred
Ability to effectively engage, lead, and build capability on the floor
Ability to work and manage within a team environment
Strong knowledge of machine and/or process control hardware, instrumentation and software including Allen Bradley PLC and Rockwell FactoryTalk platform
Working knowledge of NFPA and OSHA guidelines related to electrical equipment and practices
Understanding of technical systems and terminology
Experience learning and integrating new technologies
Experience leading the installation of equipment in food manufacturing environment
Demonstrated results in manufacturing maintenance utilizing maintenance systems
Experience with plant systems software (Proficy, Project Management, eAM, etc.)
Self-motivated and able to motivate others
Strong organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills
Effective presentation, verbal, and written communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft Suite applications
Some travel will be required for plant start up
Willingness to work off-shifts or weekends

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