System Engineer – Building Automation

Location: Madison, WI

Systems Engineer

Are you enthusiastic about developing and implementing state-of-the-art control systems? Our client is a leading provider of integrated automation solutions and is looking for a Systems Engineer to join our team at our headquarters in Madison, WI. If you thrive in a dynamic environment that values innovation and collaboration, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Role Summary

As a Systems Engineer, you will utilize your expertise in electrical controls, IT, and security systems to design and implement fully integrated control systems that are customized to meet the security and access control requirements of our clients. From initial planning to final installation, you will play a vital role in the functional design and implementation of these systems while continuously seeking opportunities to improve processes.

Responsibilities:

- Develop, design, and program integrated access control, surveillance, and HMI/PLC control systems.

- Create HMI using Wonderware software.

- Design system and network architecture.

- Prepare hardware and panel schematics.

- Analyze and devise solutions for integrating disparate systems.

- Generate customer and in-house specifications and related documentation.

- Provide technical support to customers and internal team members.

Preferred Skills:

- Proficiency in HMI or SCADA software, particularly Wonderware Intouch and Archestra.

- Experience in programming PLCs, preferably Omron, Modicon Momentum, and/or Allen Bradley 5000.

- Knowledge of electrical control systems design, with Autocad experience considered a plus.

- Strong computer skills.

- Understanding of networking principles and communications.

- Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.

- Familiarity with video, intercom, and access control systems is advantageous.

- Proficiency in VB.NET or C# programming is a plus.

Do You Have the Required Qualifications or Experience?

- Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or a related technical field, or equivalent work experience.

- Proficiency in 2D AutoDesk or similar CAD applications.

- Minimum of 2 years of hands-on PLC and/or HMI programming experience.

- Ability to pass government background checks as required by clients.

- Willingness to travel approximately 15% to 20% of the time, including occasional overnight stays.

What Our Client Offers:

- A dynamic, fast-paced company culture that promotes work-life balance and telecommuting options.

- Competitive compensation based on experience.

- On-the-job and paid training, along with tuition reimbursement plans.

- Generous holiday and paid time off benefits.

- Subsidized healthcare insurance plans and additional insurance options.

- Company-paid dental, life, and long-term disability insurance, with optional short-term disability insurance and a 401(k) plan.

Join our client and become part of a rapidly expanding team where your automation skills and passion can thrive. Apply now to embark on an exciting career journey with us!

Note: To comply with state laws, the provided annual base salary range for this position should be considered as a reference only. The final salary offer will be determined based on factors such as work experience, education/training, key skills, and other considerations.

Applicants must have authorization to work for any employer in the US. The hiring company is currently unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa.

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