Electrical Designer (RL2041)

Company Name:
Key Technical Solutions
Our client has been in business for over 50 years and looking to add an Electrical Guru to their award winning team. You should be a subject matter expert on Electrical Design and be able to work both alone and as part of a team. This is an immediate need, so don't hesitate and apply today. Company is a major manufacturer in the airline industry and located in the South Milwaukee area.
Job Requirements/ Duties:
Electrical Design - schematics: Items worked on include: switches/ limit switches/ proximity switches, open/close buttons, lights, drives, sensors, linear actuators (pin/ linear actuator pin), and other items). Knowledge of Air Compressors will be helpful, as this will be a part of the electrical system(s). Other elements of the work will include the design/ creation of schematics for controls/ control systems relating to industrial equipment; one project will focus on an entire electrical system (this may include motors).
Knowledge/ experience with Variable Frequency Drives will also be helpful as several projects will involve VFD's.
It will be important for this individual to have a strong understanding of electrical principles and design. Design work will be done in AutoCAD Electrical; if an electrical candidate has a mechanical background (ideally 3D modeling skills, this is a very large plus).
Some of the controls/ control systems will be 'complex,' as 50% of their work/ projects are from 'standard product lines,' which have schematics (and specs in general), while the other 50% is custom work that will often require design/ engineering/ schematics from scratch. Any experience with 'complex/ custom' electrical design work, schematic creation, etc - as it relates to control systems - is preferred. Any experience with the integration of mechanical and electrical systems is also a plus.
Knowledge of PLC's (Siemens'): This will be used for schematics relating to PLC-controlled systems, and will also involve PLC programming, as well as the sequencing of programs involved. They use Siemens' PLC's, so the ideal candidate will have an understanding of Siemens' PLC's, Ladder Logic, and HMI Development. For programming, the program used is 'TIA Portal (V. 13),' or Siemens' Step 7.
A thorough understanding of PLC's, their function in the design and final product, and the ability to create these schematics will be the most important, however, PLC programming will also become important - the ideal candidate will have the ability to work on schematics, program PLC's, and have an understanding of panel design/ layout.
Panel Design/ Layout: The panels that will be designed are for heavy-duty doors (up to 30,000 lbs) for a variety of applications. There will also be 'displays' on/in the panels, so this type of design would also be helpful

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