Sr. Electrical Controls Engineer, Manufacturing

Job Description Summary
Job Description
Provide electrical and automation controls engineering support for the DCM and Molecular manufacturing Plant. Position supports or leads projects to improve product and process robustness, plant capacity expansion, and new product introduction. Position also supports daily manufacturing needs.
Responsible for development, improvement, and maintenance of electrical and controls sub-systems for automation within the DCM and Molecular plant. Duties include:
  • Troubleshoot manufacturing equipment and software
  • Developing and communicating specifications for electrical controls, automation hardware, software components and systems.
  • Design, develop, upgrade, and debug sequence control logic, PLC programs, electrical control sub-systems.
  • Source, install and start-up replacements for unsupported electrical components and systems.
  • Develop operating procedures, acceptance test and validation test plans and protocols.
  • Define requirements for manufacturing process automation within DCM and Molecular plant.
  • Collect and analyze performance data from equipment and automated processes to evaluate plant performance.
  • Provide electrical mentorship for maintenance staff.
  • Thorough knowledge and experience in programming PLCs, sequence logic design, PID loop design /implementation required.
  • Relevant experience to include specification and design of automated manufacturing controls and software within a regulated (GMP/QSR) industry preferred.
  • Experience writing equipment specifications, coordinating equipment vendors, and operating procedures required.
  • Experience in acceptance and validation testing preferred , including protocol development, conducting tests, and data interpretation.
  • Experience with programming Allen Bradley PLCs and Factory Talk supervisory control and data acquisition software (SCADA) preferred.
  • Specification, design, installation, and troubleshooting of a variety of AC/DC motors, controls, instrumentation and sensors for automated systems required.
  • Experience with programming and developing vision system applications preferred. Excellent communication skills, proven ability to work within a team environment with the ability to lead a project team, and ability to prioritize responsibilities required.
  • Advanced PC skills including word processing and spreadsheet usage required.
  • Experience designing using NFPA79 and Category 3 safety guidance documents a plus.
  • Experience with application of manufacturing execution system (MES) software a plus.
  • CAD skills (AutoCAD and SolidWorks), Six Sigma certification and LEAN training preferred.
Preferred Software Experience
  • Rockwell Control Logix 5000
  • Rockwell SLC500
  • Rockwell Factory Talk
  • Adept servo programming
  • Emerson servo programming
  • IAI servo programming
  • Cognex vision systems
  • Allen Bradley Panelbuilder
  • Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering required.
  • 5 + years relevant industrial experience and/or combination of post-BS education and experience preferred.
Becton, Dickinson and Company is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital or domestic or civil union status, familial status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, disability, military eligibility or veteran status
Primary Work LocationUSA MD - Baltimore
Additional Locations
Work Shift1st Shift 8am-430pm (United States of America)

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