Quantum Solutions is searching for two full-time Electrical Controls Engineers in the St. Louis area to join the team. Electrical Controls Engineers are responsible for designing, programming, developing, and commissioning automated systems in a support engineering role. This includes office development, testing, onsite installation, and technical support of PLC based hardware/software, visualization tools, automation controls, and databases.
This role requires a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, another applicable engineering/technical degree, or experience. Typical overnight travel ranges from 60-80 nights per year. This position reports to a lead engineer to work alongside as a mentor. Applicants with 2-5 years in the field or related experience will be considered for an Electrical Controls Engineer II position. Electrical Controls Engineer I position applicants with experience is a plus but not a requirement.
- Electrical design engineering of automation controls systems
- Programming and testing of PLC and HMI systems using Rockwell, Siemens, Inductive Automation, Wonderware, and others
- Controls system networking design and integration
- Database development and implementation
- Microsoft Office
- Enjoys being challenged
- Professional and ethical
The Electrical Controls Engineer position is full-time and includes company paid benefits, flexible hours, continuing education, and 401k matching.
All qualified applicants located in or around the St. Louis area please submit your resume to WWorth@qsicontrols.com.
About Quantum Solutions
Quantum Solutions, Inc. is a leading, full-service integrator of control and automation systems with offices throughout the Midwest serving clients nationwide. We design and integrate complete control system solutions to increase efficiency and productivity of the manufacturing systems. With over two decades of experience developing PLC and HMI systems, our skilled electrical engineers implement control systems that improve efficiency, safety, and productivity.