Controls Engineer

Role: Controls Engineer IV

Duration: 9 Months

Location: Harrodsburg, Kentucky

Job Description:

  • Proficient with PLC, HMI, and Motion Programming, low voltage power systems (600V and below)

  • Familiarity with programming in ladder logic or equivalent (#1 Manager Must Have)

  • Ability to solve difficult process problems and determine root cause through process experimentation and data analysis. This is a functional position that requires strong technical curiosity, leadership skills (specs, scopes, budget, timeline, etc.), and the ability/desire to learn as well as train others.

  • Upfront planning, communicates issues, and executes solutions quickly, and efficiently. Works well with other disciplines (process and mechanical engineering) and providing/receiving direction.

  • Ability to work in a team based collaborative environment and participate on a highly diverse team. Strong teammate who takes personal ownership for their areas of responsibility.

  • Methodical troubleshooting skills on dynamic automation and motion control equipment following basic scientific methods

  • Trained in electrical troubleshooting techniques at the component level, to include safe practices, testing equipment, and personal protection equipment

  • Capable of independently supporting daily manufacturing operations, while receiving and attending to minor projects on said equipment

  • Strong mathematical and analytical skills

  • You will work independently with minimal supervision and be primarily self-directed with the ability to create direction


- Bachelor degree (Electrical Engineer, or Electrical Engineering Technology)

- 5+ years of discrete automation experience


- Associates degree (Electrical Engineer, or Electrical Engineering Technology)

- 7-10 years of discrete automation experience¬ 

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