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Project Engineer Automation
Charlotte, NC

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Enjoy working in a hybrid role with a minimum of 2 days in the office per week! This position is open due to growth! Ability to travel up to 20% as needed, typically not on weekends.

Our client is looking for a project engineer with experience as a control systems integrator or programmer. The project engineer will support the mission critical team by working with customers within hospitals, data centers, military bases, and the industrial plant industries.

Experience with one or more of the following mission critical facility infrastructures is required:

• Power distribution

• Emergency power supply systems (EPSS)

• Temperature controls

• Water

Required Skills:

• 3+ years of hands on experience in SCADA and PLC programming and instrumentation

• Strong independent leader with collaborative mindset

• Working knowledge of control system project life cycle and familiarity with construction processes and specifications

• Proficiency in project management, risk management, problem solving, and change management

• Serve as a subject matter expert that can provide mentorship and support to the organization

• Excellent organizational and communication skills

• Ability to manage multiple priorities and advance several projects simultaneously

• Capable of taking an active role in maintaining client relationships

Preferred Skills:

• Professional Engineer License

• Hands on experience with project management software

• Ability to support sales with respect to product specification, time estimates for tasks, and technical risk mitigation

Benefits:

• Continuing education tuition reimbursement

• Flexible work Schedule

• 401(k) with company contribution

• Medical insurance

• Dental insurance

• Vision insurance

• STD

• LTD

• Life Insurance



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