Automation Engineer in Waterloo, IA

Company Name:
Volt Information Sciences
Automation Engineer in Waterloo, IA
Volt Workforce Solutions (Midwest Eng)
Waterloo, IA
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Location: US-IA-Waterloo
Job Type: Contingent/Temporary
Duration: Temp to Hire
Pay Rate: N/A DOE
Job ID -13-346997
Contact: Volt Workforce Solutions (Midwest Eng)
401 SW Water St., Ste. 101
Peoria, IL 61602
Date Posted: 3/13/2014Job Description
Volt Workforce Solutions has an opportunity for you to become part of a prestigious team of professionals. We have a talented and upbeat staffing team focused on the quality of your career.
As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our employees.
Currently we are looking for an Automation Engineer for our client in Waterloo, IA.
This person:
o Designs and develops machine controls. Also responsible for testing and troubleshooting systems and equipment
o Responds to critical production down situations affecting manufacturing and/or distribution operations
o Maintains project budget cost control on projects assigned through project cost control system for the unit
o Assists in the identification and resolution of potential environmental, safety, ergonomic and health hazards
Job Requirements
Machine control experience - designing and configuring systems
o Proficiency with PLCs and Technical Drawings
o Mechanical aptitude (Assembly related)
o Understanding of NEC, NFPA and OSHA standards
o Two year Technical Degree
4 year Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
Stable work history
Send your resume today for consideration. We look forward to talking to you.
Volt is an equal opportunity employer.
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