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As an ECI engineer your job function will be vast.  Our engineers are heavily involved in customer satisfaction.  We are a very "hands-on" company.  Typical duties include customer interaction, design, PLC & operator interface programming, drafting (AutoCad), parts selection, testing, field service, nameplate engraving, instruction manual creation, and anything else to get the job done. 

Most of our competitors have separated their engineers into "teams" to tackle a project.  One engineer might design only ac circuits while another designs only DC circuits and another may only do wiring diagrams.  Once their done with their portion, they're on to another project.  They never get the satisfaction of seeing the entire project from start to finish.  Companies do this so that the engineers are easy to replace.  At ECI, you will be in charge of every aspect of the project from the initial discussions to the time it is handed over to the customer.  There is never any boredom.  Your days fly by like only minutes have passed. 

Your future is in your own hands with ECI.  There is a huge deficit in the power engineering field right now.  This means that if you're sharp enough to learn all that ECI can offer you, your future will be very secure.

    You may be able to find another company that will enable you to succeed in this industry, but we guarantee you that you will not find one that will allow you to excel in it more than ECI.  Why follow when you can lead?

Capabilities

  • This would be a big plus for you, but not required.  However, you have to be willing to travel from time to time (nor more than 5-10% of the year is typical).  International travel is a possibility, although, its rare.

AutoCad Experience
We use AutoCad every day.  You will have to have this ability.
Design Experience
We will only consider applicants who have an excellent knowledge of ac and DC controls as well as transformers, circuit breakers, protective relays, etc...
PLC Programming Experience
We prefer you to have this, but will train you if needed.
Field Service Experience

Submit your cover letter and resume to eci@electricalcontrols.net along with your salary requirements.

 

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