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At thyssenkrupp we have more than 161,000 employees in 78 countries and annual sales of almost €43 billion. We are active in automotive engineering, logistics, plant technology, steel production, elevator manufacturing and much more. We work in large and small businesses all around the world – but we always work together. We have over 200 years of experience in industry and the latest cutting-edge technology. We have a position that‘s right for you, that piques your interest, and that puts your skills to the test.

Controls Engineer
thyssenkrupp Crankshaft Co LLC,
Location Danville

Our Business Area Components Technology is passionate about everything that moves. It produces components for all application areas such as front and rear axles of all Porsche models or large-diameter anti-friction slewing rings for windmill-powered plants. 30.000 employees are responsible for the success of this Business Area.

thyssenkrupp integrated its Forging & Machining and Undercarriage businesses to start the new business unit Forged Technologies. With roughly 7,000 employees at 18 production sites in seven different countries, thyssenkrupp Forged Technologies has sales of over one billion euros and operates over 50 forging press lines and more than 150 machining and assembly lines in seven countries. The product portfolio includes undercarriage systems for heavy machinery as well as crankshafts, connecting rods, pistons, chassis products, transmission systems and rotor shafts for the automotive industry.

Your responsibilities

The Controls Engineer is responsible for troubleshooting and repairing plant equipment as well as taking on and overseeing special electronics projects.

 

Major areas of responsibility:

  • Troubleshooting, repairing plant equipment, and PLC Programming
  • Taking on special projects pertaining to plant electronics
  • Assisting E-Techs

Your profile

Specifics Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair plant equipment involving checking voltages, changing out bad components, switching out gauges, as well as making camera and software adjustments
  • Program PLCs and diagnose machine faults/failures
  • Research and recommend machine control upgrades to address outdated controls
  • Document changes to electrical drawings and generate upgraded drawings
  • Prepare daily log reports and document/track the off shift activity to ensure proper follow up on machine problems and repairs
  • Assist E-Techs
  • Work on special projects such as machine function additions and troubleshooting, and repairing plant equipment
  • Adding PLC relay outputs at the request of the customer

Essential Functions and Qualifications:

  • Proficient in English Language
  • Ability to work independently as well as with a team
  • PLC experience, CNC troubleshooting experience, and AC/ DC servo drive experience
  • Walking in a manufacturing setting with multiple stairs and inclines
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or related field preferred
  • Experience with working with 480V 3-phase
About thyssenkrupp
At thyssenkrupp we have more than 156,000 employees in nearly 80 countries and annual sales of €39 billion. We are active in automotive engineering, logistics, plant technology, steel production, elevator manufacturing and much more. We work in large and small businesses all around the world – but we always work together. We have over 200 years of experience in industry and the latest cutting-edge technology. We have a position that‘s right for you, that piques your interest, and that puts your skills to the test.

Our Business Area Components Technology is passionate about everything that moves. It produces components for all application areas such as front and rear axles of all Porsche models or large-diameter anti-friction slewing rings for windmill-powered plants. 30.000 employees are responsible for the success of this Business Area.

thyssenkrupp integrated its Forging & Machining and Undercarriage businesses to start the new business unit Forged Technologies. With roughly 7,000 employees at 18 production sites in seven different countries, thyssenkrupp Forged Technologies has sales of over one billion euros and operates over 50 forging press lines and more than 150 machining and assembly lines in seven countries. The product portfolio includes undercarriage systems for heavy machinery as well as crankshafts, connecting rods, pistons, chassis products, transmission systems and rotor shafts for the automotive industry.

Your responsibilities

The Controls Engineer is responsible for troubleshooting and repairing plant equipment as well as taking on and overseeing special electronics projects.

 

Major areas of responsibility:

  • Troubleshooting, repairing plant equipment, and PLC Programming
  • Taking on special projects pertaining to plant electronics
  • Assisting E-Techs
Your profile

Specifics Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair plant equipment involving checking voltages, changing out bad components, switching out gauges, as well as making camera and software adjustments
  • Program PLCs and diagnose machine faults/failures
  • Research and recommend machine control upgrades to address outdated controls
  • Document changes to electrical drawings and generate upgraded drawings
  • Prepare daily log reports and document/track the off shift activity to ensure proper follow up on machine problems and repairs
  • Assist E-Techs
  • Work on special projects such as machine function additions and troubleshooting, and repairing plant equipment
  • Adding PLC relay outputs at the request of the customer

Essential Functions and Qualifications:

  • Proficient in English Language
  • Ability to work independently as well as with a team
  • PLC experience, CNC troubleshooting experience, and AC/ DC servo drive experience
  • Walking in a manufacturing setting with multiple stairs and inclines
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or related field preferred
  • Experience with working with 480V 3-phase