Controls & Automation Engineer – Advanced Manufacturing

Job Description

Are you excited about understanding, interpreting, and navigating complex policy issues? Are you motivated by creating sustainable change that benefits society and nature? Are you a curious and open-minded person?

Do you want to push the boundaries of your profession and develop your excellence in an open, collaborative, and empowering culture?

If this sounds like you, or you’re curious to learn more, then this role could be the perfect opportunity. Join our Advanced Manufacturing department as our new Sr. Controls & Automation Engineer – Advanced Manufacturing and work with us to close the gap to a sustainable future.

Your new role

As our new Sr. Controls & Automation Engineer – Advanced Manufacturing, you will be part of a team that supports all aspects of control system lifecycles across the diverse industries and systems of our varied clients.

Your key responsibilities will be:

Control Systems design: Lead hands-on, detailed design efforts on assigned projects from initial information gathering through final implementation. Collaborate with other disciplines and participate in design reviews. Verify system performance requirements are met.
PLC and HMI programming: Write original, well-structured code and make changes to existing code. Use sound design practices to generate full system visualization, reporting, and alarming.
Architecture configuration: Configure industrial Ethernet networks. Configure physical and virtual computer hardware/software. Create interconnections to client networks.
Commissioning and site work: Lead the start-up, troubleshooting, and acceptance testing of equipment both locally and at customer sites. Field-tune systems and control algorithms. Troubleshoot non-functioning control systems.
Documentation: Contribute to and interpret Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs). Generate process control narratives and contribute to equipment Operation & Maintenance manuals.
Project management: Regularly update the Controls/SCADA portion of project plans. Work proactively with Project Managers to address issues related to project schedule, budget, or scope and develop appropriate solutions.
Organizational improvement: Act as a leader to support, promote, and improve department standards for design and programming. Participate in continuous improvement initiatives. Mentor and train junior engineers.

Your new team

You will be part of Advanced Manufacturing department.

Qualifications

About you

From the moment you start at Ramboll, we will support your personal and professional development so that you can continue to grow with the company. While we look forward to supporting your continued learning and development, for this role we have identified some qualifications, skills, and capabilities that will set you up for success.

These include:

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or greater in a relevant engineering discipline.
Experience in control system integration and SCADA programming. Years of experience may offset educational requirements.
Experience programming HMIs; Inductive Automation’s Ignition is Preferred, and experience with multiple platforms (Rockwell Automation, Wonderware, GE, etc.) is a plus.
Experience configuring industrial networking systems and related hardware (primarily Ethernet-based).
Experience configuring computers, workstations, or servers in control systems.
Advanced knowledge and programming experience on the Rockwell Automation Logix 5000 platform; experience with multiple PLC platforms (Rockwell Automation Logix 500, GE, Siemens, etc.) is a plus.
Demonstrated experience in either Machine Control or Process Control; both areas are a plus.
Knowledge of control system design, including electrical principles and hardware design.
Additionally, experience with any of the following skills is a plus: virtual machines, MES, Linux, Hyper-V, ESXi, SQL, Python, C#, Java, cybersecurity, or AutoCAD Electrical.

What we can offer you

Investment in your development
Leaders you can count on, guided by our Leadership Principles
Be valued for the unique person you are
Never be short of inspiration from colleagues, clients, and projects
The long-term thinking of a foundation-owned company.

Work at the heart of sustainable change

Ramboll is a global architecture, engineering, and consultancy company. We believe that the purpose of sustainable change is to create a thriving world for both nature and people. So, that’s where we start – and how we work. At Ramboll, our core strength is our people, and our history is rooted in a clear vision of how a responsible company should act. Being open and curious is a cornerstone of our culture. We embrace an inclusive mindset that looks for fresh, diverse, and innovative perspectives. We respect, embrace, and invite diversity in all forms to actively cultivate an environment where everyone can flourish and realize their full potential.

Ready to join us?

Please submit your application. Be sure to include all relevant documents including your CV, cover letter, etc.

Thank you for taking the time to apply! We look forward to receiving your application.

Ramboll in the Americas

Founded in Denmark, Ramboll is a foundation-owned people company. Ramboll has thousands of experts working across more than 70 offices in the Americas, delivering innovative solutions within Environment & Health, Water, Energy, and Planning & Urban Design. We invite you to contribute to a sustainable future working in an open, collaborative, and empowering company. Combining local experience with global knowledge, we together shape the societies of tomorrow.

An equal opportunity employer

Equality, diversity, and inclusion is at the heart of what we do. At Ramboll, we believe that diversity is a strength and that different experiences and perspectives are essential to creating truly sustainable societies. We invite applications from candidates of all backgrounds, regardless of age, disability or medical condition, gender identity, marriage and domestic partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, ancestry, or national origin, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation, military service and veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. Ramboll wants to ensure opportunities are accessible to candidates with disabilities. Please reach out to our recruitment team to discuss any adjustments that you might require during the application process.

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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