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TEC Group Inc Controls Specialist in Detroit, Michigan

Description: Intermediate Controls Specialist provides support for all plant floor related automation control based systems supported by the IT organization. Responsibilities: liSupport includes the implementation of system changes, support of daily plant activities relating to these systems, and system management including the implementation of IT standards and incident management./li liPerform implementation and 1st level support of mission critical plant floor systems. This includes a functional knowledge of all plant floor control systems used by local plants, ability to troubleshoot system issues, debug associated PLC code and hardware, manage and/or configure system servers, and configure PLC driver and OPC client interfaces./li liConfigure, install, manage, and troubleshoot plant required applications, communication protocols, and network interfaces used to support plant automation systems as well as IT supported platforms./li liPerform basic hardware support of PCs, printers, and peripherals as well as local IT Security Management and user maintenance. This includes application of all IT documentation requirements and adherence to all standard IT processes./li /ul Industry: Automotive Job Type: Contract/Full Time Start Date: Immediate Shift:Candidates must be available to work all shifts including nights and weekends Travel:Will be required to drive a company car. A valid driverrsquo;s license is required as well as a clean driving record. Pay Rate:Up to $34.52/hour Requirements: liRequires a Bachelor#39;s degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Computer Science, Information Technology, or degree in related field. Will consider candidates without the degree requirement if they meet all other qualifications./li li3+ years of related experience as a Controls Engineer, Programmer, or Technician required./li liStrong and proficient understanding of PLC Programming: Rockwell Logix/li liRequires functional knowledge of manufacturing automation control system infrastructure and software. This includes the ability to read prints and diagrams; thorough understanding of control system design principles./li liRequires a strong knowledge of control system networks and communication protocols, knowledge of all required control system software applications, and the ability to troubleshoot an array of control system issues./li /ul