Electrical Controls Engineer

$70,000 to $100,000 annually
401K, Life, Medical, Vision
  • Apply electrical engineering knowledge to machinery principles and materials, manufacturing methods, and processes to ensure that designs are functional, practical, economical, safe, meet required codes and satisfy customer operating requirement
  • Interface with senior engineers, project managers, and occasionally customers to understand and clarify specifications and project design objectives
  • Operate computer-assisted design software to perform engineering tasks
  • Work with panel shop technicians to ensure that assembly, wiring, installation, and operation of control panels and electrical systems conform to quality standards, applicable codes, and customer requirements
  • Construct accurate and complete bills of material based on designs that conform to cost and performance objectives
  • Inspect, install, troubleshoot, and debug machine systems during manufacture and prior to shipment.
  • Proactively revise designs to meet specifications and deadlines
  • As needed, provide on-site and off-site technical support to the Company’s Field Service Technicians and customers to address and resolve issues encountered during machine installation, start-up, repair, and retrofit
  • Must be able to construct more complex circuits and have a greater understanding of the various electronic programs
  • BS in Electrical Engineering (Master's degree preferred)

  • 5-7 years of practical experience in electrical design and/or application engineering. (Advanced coursework may satisfy this requirement.)

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office – Outlook, Word, Excel, AutoCAD Electrical, and/or ePLan P8 electrical design software

  • Familiar with UL, NEMA, and CE code; Knowledge of electrical design standards, PLC & HMI logic, servo/AC/DC motors, and electrical power distribution.

Founded in 1958, ADCO is a leading U.S. manufacturer of packaging machinery and systems with a reputation built on providing customers with safe, reliable, flexible, and sanitary machine designs, along with exemplary aftermarket support. ADCO serves companies around the world in industries such as refrigerated and frozen foods, convenience foods, bakery and snack foods, confectionery, personal care, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and household products, to name just a few. ADCO's innovative product line includes:

  • Horizontal End Load Cartoners

  • Vertical End Load Cartoners

  • Top Load Carton Formers

  • Top Load Carton Closers

  • Robotic Carton Loading Systems

  • Paperboard Wrap Around Sleevers

  • Corrugated Tray Formers

  • Robotic Case Packers

  • Product Indexing and Collating Systems

  • Custom Packaging Machinery