Controls Engineer

Controls Engineer - (Orlando, FL then China or Japan)

Responsible for monitoring and expediting the design and development of show and / or ride control systems and software systems for a large multi-faceted theme park attraction(s) under contract with vendor(s). Provide insight, scheduling, and consultation services on behalf of Client and technical Services during all aspects of the progress of work.

• Prepare to take a lead role in longer term engineering support of the commissioned system, employing all knowledge and experience gained during project execution.

• Supervise installation, test and adjustment of show and ride control systems to ensure compliance with contract specifications

• Contribute to and critique quantitative requirements and specifications based on interpreting creative intent and employing Universal Specifications

EDUCATION: Bachelor' s degree in Engineering required (Computer or Electrical preferred). Master' s degree in Electrical Engineering preferred.

EXPERIENCE: 7-10 years of experience required in engineering practice. Preferred experience: design, installation and commissioning of industrial automation systems. Preferred industries: theme park, transportations, pharmaceutical, automotive, general manufacturing. Experience designing life safety systems preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Hands-on experience with Rockwell Automation products (RS Logix, Guardlogix PLCs, Safety Rated Variable Frequency Drives), Siemens Automation Products (S7 PLCs).

Design of safety-rated control systems per International Standards such as ISO.13849.

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