Process Control Engineer - Industrial Manufacturing - WI #2460

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Position Title Process Control Engineer - Industrial Manufacturing - WI #2460
Relocation Yes
Location Wisconsin Rapids WI
We are looking for someone with process control experience in industrial manufacturing.
Responsible for the creation, maintenance, administration and and optimization of control systems in order to minimize process variation and reduce costs. Provide technical expertise in Pulp and Paper manufacturing process control systems.
Develop maintenance and operating personnel to take full advantage of the capabilities offered by our distributed control systems and quality control systems.
Work with other maintenance personnel to optimize the performance of our control systems to minimize variation and meet specifications.
Write and modify computer process control programs to optimize mill controls.
Work closely with mill technical and production personnel in planning, designing, and developing new process control applications and improvements.
Assist E/I supervision in establishing maintenance procedures and schedules for process control systems.
Be part of a weekend E/I supervision team on a rotating basis (approx. 1 of every 11 weeks)
Support LSS as well as other continuous improvement initiatives.
Support Manufactoring Excellence by following work processes as designed.
Provide support for capital project planning and implementation.
Bachelor's degree in engineering with a minimum of 3 years experience
Working knowledge of Foxboro IA and/or Networking is a plus
Good verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
Demonstrated ability to work in a safe and accident-free manner
Excellent organization skills
Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:
1. Bachelor's degree in engineering.
2. 3 + years of process control experience in industrial manufacturing.
3. Working knowledge of Foxboro IA or Networking is a plus

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