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Electrical Control Engineer

Job Description:
Pentair currently has an opening for an Electrical Engineer to join our team at our Moorpark, CA location. In this role, the Electrical Engineer will be responsible for identifying equipment/resource constraints, equipment troubleshoot and training on new equipment. The Electrical Engineer will program and update manufacturing equipment with the use of PLC logic or CNC controls. As well as work with department ME's to design new test equipment. The Electrical Engineer will also be responsible for implementing lean manufacturing techniques, design jigs and fixtures and supporting the assembly line.
We will:
Create career growth and rotational opportunities within various areas of the organization
Pay competitively
Provide on the job training and mentoring in Pentair's proven best practices
Offer health benefits & coaching
Support your long term retirement goals through a competitive 401K matching and stock purchase plan
Offer employee discounts
Protect you with life insurance and other options
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You will:
Be responsible for process improvements at the assembly line.
Support the assembly line. Attend to issues in the assembly line and assure that the operation goes on without any hindrance. Continuous flow of the assembly process.
Work with Manufacturing Engineer to design jigs and fixture for the assembly line.
Gain knowledge of CNC controls
Provide guidance to cell leads in process improvements and issues with the line.
Provide guidance to operators for process improvements.
Receive guidance from Production Manager on projects.
Participate in Kaizen events.
Identify control system components and use a bill of materials to meet project requirements in order to complete projects within a budget
Support production by providing fixturing and tooling, conducting time studies, ensuring all safety and process supplies are available when needed and troubleshooting quality and process issues.
Lead PFMA efforts and participate on DFMEA and control plans for new and existing products.
Identify process improvements through automation to help free up labor capacity
Perform ergonomic assessments and drive department safety improvements through the implementation of ergo tools, jigs, automation etc.
Perform other duties as assigned.
You should:
Have earned at least a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Technical Certification in related field.
Have 3+ years of experience in manufacturing supporting both processes and procedures.
Have experience in handling multiple projects and utilizing resources to drive bottom line results.
Ladder Logic PLC experience is a must.
Microsoft Office Suite experience is required
Have 2+ years of experience in PLC/HMI programming and systems integration in industrial applications using various Allen-Bradley, GE and Siemens platforms.
Be able to read P & ID's, flow diagrams and electrical schematics.
Proficiency in English required.
We like, but don't require:
Orcad experience is a plus (Schematic and PCB).
Proficiency in Spanish a plus.
Additional Information:
Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.
Work Environment
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts on the factory floor, may need to work in an environment where the noise level could be moderate to very loud.
Diversity and Inclusion:
With our expanding global presence, cross-cultural insight and competence are essential for our ongoing success. We believe that a diverse workforce contributes different perspectives and creative ideas that enable us to continue to improve every day. Race, gender, ethnicity, country of origin, age, personal style, sexual orientation, physical ability, religion, life experiences and many more factors contribute to this diversity.
We take ongoing action to improve the diversity of our workforce by:
Ensuring leadership involvement and ownership
Attracting and retaining diverse talent at all levels
Fostering a globally aware, inclusive culture
Ensuring our practices are fair and non-discriminatory

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