Field Service Engineer- Ohio or West Virginia
Join our team as a Field Technician and work remotely from either Ohio or West Virginia. You'll have the opportunity to travel around these states in a company truck, spending about 50% of your time on the road. Best of all, you'll be paid for every hour you work. When you're not traveling, you can work from the comfort of your own home.
As a Systems Integrator, we are known for our expertise in implementing municipal and industrial controls and instrumentation systems. By joining our team, you'll have the chance to be a part of a group that delivers exceptional customer service and support.
- We require an AS or higher degree in electrical technology, engineering, or a valid journeyman electrician license.
- You should have at least 5 years of relevant experience.
- Your skill set should include construction and wiring of PLCs, motor control panels, and motor control centers.
- You should be familiar with industrial networking equipment such as switches, patch panels, controllers, and graphical interface equipment.
- Field experience with industrial control panels, wiring, startup, testing, maintenance, and service is a must.
- You should also have field experience with instrumentation, particularly in areas such as level, flow, and pressure instruments.
- While not mandatory, knowledge of water/wastewater process control is helpful.
- Good verbal and written communication skills are essential for this position.
- Your main responsibilities will revolve around assisting in installing instrumentation equipment, including mounting devices, field wiring terminations, startup, and calibration.
- You'll also be expected to perform field startup, testing, and troubleshooting of industrial control equipment, such as motor starters, motor control centers, variable frequency drives, and control panels.
- Constructing and wiring industrial PLC and motor control panels will be one of your tasks as well.
- Additionally, you will be responsible for startup and testing of PLC-based control systems, including industrial networking equipment and PC-based HMI software.
- Throughout the startup process, you'll be modifying and updating PLC and HMI programs as necessary.
- Being able to read control circuits, schematics, and line drawings for industrial control equipment is important.
- You'll also need to update schematic drawings following field installation and startup.
- When working on-site with customers, you'll need to provide exceptional customer service.
- Your role will involve working closely with multiple Project Managers on various projects.
- Creating and/or updating AutoCAD and AutoCAD Electric drawings will be part of your responsibilities.
- You'll also need to program HMI devices, such as operator interface panels and PC workstations.
- Experience in programming PLCs using Rockwell RSLogix 500 and 5000 software is required.
- Lastly, you'll need to review electrical schematic drawings to ensure quality and accuracy.
Why work here?
- We offer a 401k plan with a 3% match.
- Health insurance is provided, with the employer covering 75% of the employee premium and 50% of dependents' premiums.
- You'll receive generous paid time off and paid holidays.