Controls Engineer

Job Description

This Grand Rapids based position for a Material Handling Controls Engineer is to support our Controls and
Service Management groups. The desired candidate will provide technical leadership, work autonomously, and
provide controls support and maintenance functions by troubleshooting and making design improvement in a
wide variety of material handling environments. Successful candidates should have experience / knowledge
with PLC hardware (Allen Bradley, ect) / software, HMIs (Allen Bradley and others), robotics (Fanuc), vision
systems, communications (TCP/IP, DeviceNet, and others), conveying system, and electrical distribution.

Specific Duties

• Program and troubleshoot PLC controls and HMIs for proper function.
• Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
• Modify and develop electrical drawings (AutoCAD) following standard drawing and electrical practices.
• Downtime resolution and perform root cause failure analysis.
• Assist and direct outside contractors.
• Keep equipment operational by working with maintenance and repair services; following manufacturer’s
instructions and established procedures.
• Ability to read, analyze and interpret technical procedures and write associated reports.
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from senior leadership.
• Support a fast-paced environment with multiple simultaneous project responsibilities.
• Interfaces with customers to troubleshoot automation problems and provide training
• Travel up to 33% of time.

Qualifications

Immigration sponsorship is not available for this role. DLN does not sponsor candidates for nonimmigrant visas or permanent residency.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to any legally protected factor.

• Bachelor’s Degree in engineering / computer related field preferred.
• 3 – 8 years of experience in a controls engineering environment.
• Proficiency in PLC , HMI Programming / troubleshooting Allen Bradley.

About

DLN Integrated Systems keeps businesses running smoothly. We were founded in 2002 and have continued to grow since then, helping our clients optimize their material handling and supply chain operations with expert design, installation and support. Our team includes mechanical, controls, software and robotics engineers, as well as project managers, technicians and an active sales team.

DLN is an independent systems integrator, which means our day-to-day tasks are richly varied, with exposure to the most cutting-edge automation technologies in our industry. Because our systems are thoughtfully customized to our clients’ unique needs, our concepts and designs are limitless.

DLN prides itself on being an employer of choice for people at all stages of their careers. Generous benefits, competitive compensation and paid time off are standard. We also offer work-from-home options, flexibility in schedule, and when you’re at the office you’re free to bring your dog. Our team also has opportunities to develop their skills with professional development, and leadership regularly recognizes the achievements and contributions of our team.

Outside of work, DLN actively participates in several non-profits, including a major role in the Kent County Toys for Tots program, and an annual golf outing benefiting the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan.

Candidates for some roles may be required to pass a drug screen and background check. DLN is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information. DLN is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request reasonable accommodation, email contact@dlninc.com.

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