Control System Engineer
Responsible for Control System of Refrigerator Manufacturing to ensure Product build in an optimized way from production planning to delivery.
Be a part of the manufacturing engineering team using ‘state of the art’ techniques in a mixed model manufacturing environment.
A Typical Day
Assure successful control system and test processes for Refrigerator manufacturing system.
Play an important role for continuous improvement in manufacturing processes
Control system and equipment design, specification, acquisition and installation.
Manage to assure all of control system and test equipment is well maintained in an optimal condition to support production including improvement in accuracy of test data.
Coordinate with other departments and suppliers to support new product introduction for control and test system.
Continuous improvement projects to achieve factory KPI.
Who You Are
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Electrical Engineering or similar.
Experience in Home appliance or similar Manufacturing industry.
Knowledge and Experience in PLC Siemens, PLC Mitsubishi, Electrical control system,
SCADA, Equipment test system,
Project management skills.
Knowledge of domestic appliance manufacturing, preferably refrigerators
Strong knowledge of PLC System, Control and test System.
Good knowledge of PC and industrial networking
Auto CAD and MS Office tools skill is required.
Self-motivated and active self-development process.
Open communicator. Good written and verbal communication skills in English.
Keeping you Healthy and Safe
We want you to return home in even better shape than when you started, so we need you to help us do this by making sure you follow a few simple steps. We need you to:
Make sure you take reasonable care for your own health and safety, and
Take reasonable care that what you do (or what you don’t do when you should have) doesn’t affect the health and safety of others, and
Follow reasonable instructions that we might give from time-to-time, such as reporting incidents and hazards, and
Follow policies or procedures, so long as it’s reasonable and we’ve told you about it, and
Attend training that helps you to work safely