Electrical Systems Support Engineers (2)- Automated Equipment- Greater New Haven, CT

Envisioning a career in automation? A highly profitable, privately held 30+-year-old manufacturer of custom automated systems reestablished a small satellite operation in southern New Haven County. They seek 2 Electrical Engineers with exposure to automated systems integration. They rank #1 or #2 in their niche of custom automated systems worldwide with locations in six countries, and they have a 2 year backlog of orders. These custom systems incorporate motion control devices, robotics, material handling systems, pneumatics, motor drives, gearboxes, conveyors, high power electronic subsystems and more, all controlled by PLCs and CAN-based controls with proprietary software. You will be working closely with Mechanical and System Engineers integrating and troubleshooting both PLC and robotic control systems for custom, highly sophisticated, one-of-a-kind advanced electromechanical and material handling systems. The conceptual designs, robot and PLC control programs are created at company headquarters. Your role will be working with Controls and Mechanical Engineers modifying programs, integrating, calibrating, and troubleshooting systems while under construction. These positions are very hands-on. This will entail 25% travel, a week at a time, usually in the U.S. Salaries range from $60,000 to $85,000, depending on level of experience. Benefits include Cigna Basic or HSA, extra pay for opting out of medical coverage, 2 dental plans, vision and disability, wellness, 9 holidays, 3 weeks vacation after 5 years, auto & computer discounts and a 33.3% company matched 401(k) up to $3,000 annually. Requires a BSEE or BSEET degree, permanent U.S. residency, proficiency with AutoCAD, a year or more industrial experience working with electronic controls, DC, VFDs, and servo drives on automated equipment. They will train on robotic and PLC programming, if need be. A criminal background check and drug test are part of the interview process.

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