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Known for its Southern hospitality, sweet tea, and football, Alabama has some of the country's most affordable home prices, lowest cost-of-living indexes, and relatively low taxes. It is ranked nationally as one of the best places to live for veterans.

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Alabama is home to many production plants, with aviation, biotechnology and automotive among its top industries. The state has the best business environment in the country, with plenty of job opportunities for veterans.

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

Job Description

Position Details: 

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 
Requirements:

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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Controls Technical Leader
Position ID: # EB-9217022318
Date Posted: 2/2/2023 3:33:50 PM
Location: McCalla, AL
Industry: Food
Salary: $84,500 - $124,500

Job Description

Position Details:  

Title: Controls Technical 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:

Maximize equipment availability, minimize unplanned downtime, and extend equipment life through a sustainable PM program.
Lead daily coordination between operations, engineering, information systems, and E&I
Enhance overall safety, quality, and productivity in Sandwich Making, Bakery and Utility departments by providing guidance, implementing effective predictive and preventative PM programs, and building capability in all Electrical & Instrumentation technicians
Manage time and attendance for designated line/area (including payroll approval)
Provide performance-based feedback, including annual Performance Appraisals
Drive high-performance work culture by engaging with team members on the floor and coaching to problem solve, make decisions, and become self-reliant
Maximize equipment availability, minimize unplanned downtime, and extend equipment life through a sustainable PM program, and implementation of loss elimination projects
Ensure technical documentation, PMs, and spares for department equipment and systems are identified and in place
Develop and improve maintenance procedures to facilitate the PM program
Work with teams and department leadership on effective E&I PM planning
Address gaps in department performance through the implementation and effective coaching of Smucker Continuous Improvement methodologies; foster a zero-loss culture
Own a safety and/or quality key element
Participate in developing and executing advanced electrical training and qualification programs; participate in assessments, ensure effective training, and maintain consistent qualification standards
Work with E&I coordinators to perform effective personnel scheduling
Effectively engage, lead, and build capability on the floor by empowering E&I technicians to progress through the step-up cards.
 Requirements:

A Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent work experience, is required
At least 10 years of relevant experience is required
At least 5 years of experience leading, supervising, or managing others is required
At least 2 years of manufacturing experience is required
Electrical experience in food manufacturing is preferred
Ability to effectively engage, lead, and build capability on the floor
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to work and manage within a team environment
Self-motivated with a sense of urgency and able to motivate others
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.)
Proven project management skills including managing multiple priorities
Effective presentation, verbal, and written communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft Suite applications
Willingness to work off-shifts or weekends


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Electrical Helper
Position ID: # EB-9651118145
Date Posted: 12/2/2022 12:59:43 PM
Location: Helena, AL
Industry: Construction
Salary: $16 - $30

Job Description

Position Details:

• Location: Troy, Alabama
• Shift or Travel: 1st shift- M-F
• Compensation: $16-30 (based upon experience)
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation – Christmas Bonus
• Benefits: Medical Insurance provided, 25% employer pays towards benefits, 401K program, PTO provided
• Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description: Electrical Top Helper
• Industrial electrical; run rigid conduit wiring
• Read drawings
• Pull wiring
• Instrumentation wiring
• Install and wire MCC (motor control center)
• Connect wire terminations

Requirements:
• Not an entry level electrical helper position
• Some electrical knowledge, experience is required
• Preferably industrial electrical experience
• Ability to read drawings



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