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Wunderlich-Malec Engineering/CASE RMC (WM) is 100% employee-owned and one of the largest and most well-established engineering companies in the United States. When you join WM you become part of a company that is:
We have a Controls Engineer position available in our Loveland, CO office. We provide custom control systems for industrial and commercial turbomachinery, as well as a host of other auxiliary turbine, compressor, and power management products and services. Our engineering expertise is designed into industry-standard components to form state-of-the-art turbine and compressor control solutions.
Our primary focus is the safe operation and protection of rotating equipment and supporting ancillary systems, and we currently staff over 500 combined years of controls experience. We provide turnkey installations, control solutions, field service, and consulting engineering services, specializing in:
BS Electrical Engineering, BS Chemical Engineering, BS Mechanical Engineering, or BS Computer Engineering is preferred. An AA in Engineering Technology or equivalent with equivalent experience may be substituted. Advanced experience in the turbine control industry may be substituted.
1 to 7 years of controls engineering experience. Experience with one of the following is preferred, but not required: Woodward control systems, Honeywell, Allen Bradley, Yokogawa, Delta V. Ability to learn one or more of these platforms will be required to complete the job.
Physical Demands of Position
Writing, computer work, variable travel amounts both domestic and international, fieldwork in industrial settings, seeing, color perception, hearing, clear speech, dexterity in hands, driving, lifting, climbing, and ability to mount and dismount equipment, pushing, and pulling.
Standard office environment, diverse industrial environments, frequent PC usage, copy machines, phones.
500 - 1,000
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