Industrial Controls Supervisor in Carthage, MO at Butterball

Date Posted: 8/9/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
Design plant's electrical projects, maintain, develop, and troubleshoot Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) in a dynamic environment subject to frequent changes in demand and project priorities.

ESSENTIAL POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
Manages electrical systems. Troubleshoots and maintains facilities control panels in regards to power distribution including motor control, motors, overload projection, etc. Conducts PLC programming and networking including braiding of the control panel, lateral logics, etc. Responsible for line and conveyor speed set up. Follows National Electrical Code (NEC) while installing and troubleshooting equipment. Deciphers blueprints, drawings, and schematics.

Engineers Industrial Control Systems ensuring they meet safety standards. Designs and assembles PLCs and operator interface programming for control panels. Ensures control systems meet recognized standards including IEEE, ISO, ISA, ANSI, IEC, and NEC. Maintains facility's electrical design and configuration control. Prepares conceptual and detailed designs and analysis for digital systems.

Involved in electrical project management. Involved in the reviewing of capital project plans from start to end. Provides feedback concerning execution of work and potential problems including acquisition of materials, equipment, and manpower, as well as the coordination with production schedules. Prepares cost estimates as needed. Submits work requisitions for all required components and monitors arrival. Responsible for ensuring components meet all quality and safety standards specified on the project. Assists in activity coordination of the maintenance and production teams to meet project's deadlines.

Recommends measures to increase performance. Understands and actively compares industrial process measurements and controls selecting the most fitting measurements to reduce waste and increase equipment performance. Provides technical expertise and consultation to identify and resolve equipment and systems issues. Attends meetings as required and relies information to non-attending personnel as needed.

Communicates and trains personnel in industrial processes and measurements. Conducts training for controls and electrical related systems for maintenance and operations personnel. Provides technical support for turnaround and shutdown activities.

Physical Activities: Enters and locates information on a computer. Visually verifies information, often in small print. Communicates with Customers, Vendors, or Employees via telephone, in person, and/or electronic mail. May present information to small or large groups. Must be able to work in various temperatures. Move about in a manufacturing environment and surrounding property including climbing stairs. May travel via car or plane to various work locations.

Technical Experience: 5 years in PLC and TLC networking experience. Proven knowledge and proficiency in networking, IEEE, ISO, ISA, ANSI, IEC, and NEC standards.

Industry Experience: Preference for poultry processing organization.

Minimum Education: Vocational or Technical school in electrical systems or related field.

Preferred Education: Bachelor's Degree in related field.

Not Ready to Apply?

If you’re interested in career opportunities, but not ready to apply, join our Talent Network to stay connected to us and receive updates on the latest job opportunities and company news.