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Motor Control Center Order Engineer Position Overview o Interpret customer specifications and drawings, quotations and other documents to prepare electrical and mechanical drawings and bills of material for Motor Control Center (MCC) orders.
o Efficiently resolve discrepancies or deficiencies in the incoming order information.
o Use a variety of software tools to efficiently and accurately prepare the documents required to manufacture MCC orders.
o Position requires ability to successfully interact with manufacturing, application engineering, engineering, sales and customers.
o Position may require ability to work on small teams.
o Reports to supervisor of Motor Control Center order engineering team Responsibilities o Provide customer drawings, assembly drawings and bills of materials for the MCC (structure, units, shipping section) based on product knowledge, knowledge of applicable codes and standards, and use of appropriate reference documents.
o Select special devices to function as required in assemblies/circuits.
Determine proper method for applying, installing and wiring special devices as required.
o Revise standard and prepare new electrical schematics and connection diagrams.
o Assist shop in solving problems related to mechanical assemblies or wiring diagrams or bills of material.
o Use appropriate software to accomplish above tasks.
Current software in use is Promis.
e, AutoCAD, and FAMES/COMPAS (MCC configurators).
o Perform other associated duties as assigned.
o Assist in training MCC engineering, manufacturing technicians as required.
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience o BS Degree in Electrical Engineering.
o Ability to read wiring schematics and other technical drawings.
o Computer skills (Microsoft Office and CAD) Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience o 2 or more years of motor control center engineering experience o 2 or more years of motor controls engineering experience Required Skills:
Desired Skills:

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