Senior Controls Engineer

Responsibilities: Lead efforts in the design, testing, and verification of safety and non-safety control systems which include PLC based control systems, power distribution cabinets ( Plan, coordinate, and execute critical design reviews and test readiness reviews Development of system and subsystem test plans and test protocols Specify requirements and layout of the new electrical control panels which are NFPA79/NEC/UL508A compliant. Responsible for interacting with client and planning and implementing plans for onsite delivery, installation, testing, and commissioning Creation and delivery of formal presentations Recommend the purchase of capital equipment; assist in the budgeting of spare parts and supplies Assist in training ProTom clients and Service and Maintenance technicians on the safe use, handling and operation of therapy equipment as it relates to electronics Work with outside contractors, manufacturers' installers, and field service personnel to achieve installation and acceptance of the radiation therapy equipment. Requirements B.S. in Electrical Engineering; (BSEE); MSEE a plus Minimum of 10 years of experience in specification, design, fabrication, test, integration, and documentation of complex electromechanical system Experience working within a modern controlled engineering development process such as required by the DOD, FAA, and/or FDA Knowledge of computer based control of these systems including Safety PLCs, HMI, amplifiers, motion control, and higher level computer based systems including networking and communication protocols (TCP/IP, Modbus, RS-232/422/485, CANopen, EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP). Ability to prepare electrical engineering documentation such as schematic, interconnect diagrams, wiring diagrams, BOMs, FMEA, working instructions and operation procedures Skill in the use of ECAD (OrCAD, Altium Designer) Knowledge of Domestic and International Building Code Electrical Standards is a plus Ability to work in a small cross functional teams Takes initiative and responsibility for a design from concept to completion Work is performed mainly in an office environment although some work at device installation sites may be required Domestic and international travel maybe required. Must be able to acquire all necessary travel documents.

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