PLC Tech

  • location: Birmingham, AL
  • type: Permanent
  • salary: $52,000 - $66,560 per year

job description

PLC Tech

Permanent position: PLC Technician with programming experience is needed for a leading manufacturer in the food and beverage industry located in Birmingham, AL. This position is responsible for the installation, technical support, and programming of PLC based hardware and software. Candidates must have at least three (3) years of PLC programming experience within a manufacturing environment. This is a direct hire opportunity with the potential to earn Overtime. APPLY NOW!

Responsibilities for the PLC Tech
  • Responsible for the programming, installation and technical support of PLC based hardware and software
  • Provides technical support for controls systems during the introduction of new equipment
  • Supervises the assembly and installation as well as assemble and installs new equipment
  • Develops electrical PM procedures
  • Notifies manager of obsolete and or troublesome equipment so action can be planned around upgrades / replacement
Requirements for the PLC Tech

  • High School Graduate or GED is Required (Technical Associates Degree preferred)
  • Must have at least three (3) years of PLC programming experience within a manufacturing environment (automated mfg. is coveted)
  • Experience working with Allen Bradley
  • Experience working with RS Logix / Ladder logic programming
  • Experience with Device Net, Profibus, ProfiNet, Ethernet, Ethernet/IP controls systems and other current technologies is a plus
Benefits

  • Full benefits package
  • OT potential
  • PTO / Vacation plan
Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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