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Electrical Engineer

Company Name:
BeyondTek IT
This is our direct client is looking for a Electrical Engineer located in Butler, PA. This is a full time permanent position and the salary offered is DOE at the moment. Our client prefers local candidates but is open to nationwide candidates and there is a relocation package offered.
Requirements:
Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology degree
Experience with all types of motor control systems. D.C. motors, MG set controls, SCR controls, A.C. VFD from small HP to 5000 HP
Drive tuning and installation experience
Experience with ControlLogix and Reliance AutoMax control platforms
Integrated control systems such as Westinghouse WDPF, C56, M5, mag amp experience
PLC design, programming, installation, and troubleshooting experience
GE Series 6 programming experience
Relay logics experience
Field service experience in troubleshooting, repairs and improvements
Preferred requirements:
5+ years experience with motor control systems, PLCs in an industrial environment
Please complete the following skills-matrix and send back with your updated resume
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Total experience with Motor Control Systems:
Total experience with Drive tuning and installation:
Total Experience with ControlLogix and Reliance AutoMax control platforms
Total Experience with PLC design, programming, installation, and troubleshooting:
Total Experience with GE Series 6 programming:
Total Experience with Relay logics experience:
Current Salary:
Expected Salary:
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Are you ready to relocate on your own expenses (Yes/No)?
Why are you leaving your current employer?
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