We are looking for a Controls Engineer who has the ability to help expand our offerings into breaker panel, soft-start, and VFD solutions. Someone who can provide technical guidance to the Cornell team. You have the opportunity to work with talented Engineers, Sales and a Manufacturing team of experts. If you want to be part of an exciting, challenging, successful team, and have a great can-do attitude with an aptitude to learn and grow with the company, we want to hear from you!
We offer many cool Benefits
If you want to take vacation time Cornell Pump offers paid PTO and paid holiday time.
A great 401k plan with matching contributions by the company. Fully vested immediately.
Two kinds of medical plans- a PPO and a HDHP with an HSA
Dental and Vision coverage
Voluntary Life Insurance & AD&D or Long Term Disability.
Two weeks paid Maternity/Paternity Leave
After 6 months of employment you are eligible to enroll in the ESPP
The company pays for Basic Life Insurance & AD&D, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and an Employee Assistant Program.
What you’ll do:
Interface with sales representatives and end users to collect information about customer needs.
Develop project proposals including costs, economic project values and schedules.
Develop interfaces with industrial motor and engine control systems.
Design, schedule, and perform all required product testing and evaluate results. Advanced knowledge of data trends and analysis highly preferred.
Investigate to determine causes of reported field problems with products, including warranty requests for failed products. This will require travel in some instances.
Provide dealer, end user, and sales staff training in product application and maintenance.
Provide technical support to other departments, including sales and manufacturing: field troubleshooting, product application, and value engineering and problem solving.
Meet with suppliers to discuss project goals, deadlines, and technical challenges.
What we’re looking for:
0-5 years industry related experience
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and/or in Electrical Engineering
Mechanical or Industrial Automation background or related fields
Knowledge of industrial communication protocols (eg Modbus, CANbus)
Familiarity with engine, motor, and/or generator controllers
Knowledge of pressure transducers, flow meters, vibration accelerometers, and other rotating equipment sensors
Knowledge of product lines, marketplace requirements, customer trends, and applicable industry standards
Certificates and/or Licenses Requirements
FE/EIT (Fundamentals of Engineering)
Formal Solidworks training/certificates
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
About Cornell Pump Company
We are Cornell Pump Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Roper Technologies, Inc., located in Clackamas, Oregon with more than 70 years in the business. You don’t stay in business that long without a great team. Our employees are experienced and dedicated to delivering great service. We manufacture centrifugal pumps for a wide variety of industries, including Agricultural, Industrial, Municipal, Rental and Mining.
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