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Profi - Vision, IncWescosville, PA
Full-time
  • Profi-Vision, Inc. is the global leader in providing engineering and automation solutions.
  • Our customer oriented professionals bring a wealth of experience in providing customers with everything from integrating automation technology in their existing plants to complete end-to-end "turn-key" solutions.
  • With over 20 years of project successes, we are recognized as technical leaders and have created a high demand for our services.
  • We are seeking Electrical Engineers with 2-5 years of experience with implementing and integrating automation and control systems.
  • The Electrical Engineer will develop and execute electrical engineering tasks from concept phase through design, planning, procurement and execution, as well as coordinating with vendors, contractors and customers.
  • The design through start up includes panel design, instrumentation specification and documentation.
  • Work independently on automation controls system
  • Draft electrical automation control systems including layouts, control schematics and electrical drawings (single line and three-line)
  • Supervise panel manufacturing
  • Specify electrical MCC's / Low Voltage, Instrumentation
  • Understand P&ID drawings, electrical schematics and wiring diagrams
  • Deliver and start-up new systems
  • Troubleshoot existing systems
  • Excellent customer relations skills are essential
  • Have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or related fields
  • Working knowledge of Control Systems and HMI Systems
  • Experienced with schematic and wiring diagrams
  • Experienced with planning and scheduling
  • Ability to read, understand and create electrical one-line and three-line diagrams, logic diagrams and electrical controls schematics
  • Ability to read and understand vendor equipment and electrical controls drawings
  • Ability to independently troubleshoot and commission electrical installations
  • Experience with NEC, ANSI, NEMA, IEEE Standards
  • Proficient in AutoCAD and Microsoft products
  • Passionate about work and still lead a well balanced life
  • Flexible in working hours
  • Effective leadership skills
  • Demonstrate good verbal, written and listening communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Excellent client relationship and management skills
  • Good team building and people skills
  • Effective and innovative project planning
  • Awareness and sensitivity to business side of project profitability

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