Controls Engineer

Mid Atlantic

Morgantown, PA – Movement Search & Delivery   is working with an automotive electronics supplier to fill their newly created Controls Engineer role.

What you will do: The Controls Engineer coordinates equipment/manufacturing reviews (Internal and Executive Reviews), evaluates new processing methods technology for application purposes against new business opportunities and participates in make verses buy equipment decisions. The role participates in developing tooling standards and verification that sourced tooling meets established standards, leads new program capital expenditures, and is responsible for the specification, robustness, procurement and installation of metalizing, coating and assembly equipment. The position communicates with program teams as it relates to new program awards and status for systems pertaining to new launches, supports advanced activity initiatives to further develop customer relationships and seek new business, and supports operations on troubleshooting complex issues in assembly, molding and coatings. Additionally, the Controls Engineer participates in corrective actions for customer complaints and supervises project team, internal and external contractors.

What you will need: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. Current experience in controls engineering. Assembly methods, molding, coating and tooling experience. Lean manufacturing knowledge. Experience with PLCs. Understanding of HMI programming.

What we offer: Honest and transparent representation to our clients…  it’s what we do.

If you have ALL of the required qualifications for this position and are skeptical about sending in a resume to someone you have never spoken with, give us a call. We try to rise above the recruiting rhetoric by giving our contact information in order to provide you as much information as possible. We go to great lengths to work directly with the hiring managers for the positions we represent so our job descriptions truly reflect the needs of the organization.

Please send your resume and current compensation to:

Greg Giltner
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