Energizer Systems Controls Engineer in Asheboro, North Carolina
This is Energizer
At Energizer Holdings, we are passionate about bringing our brands and products to the world better than anyone else. It’s our passion and drive that makes us proud stewards of iconic brands including AC/Pro, Armor All, Energizer, Rayovac and STP, part of our broad portfolio of products that millions of consumers know, trust, and rely on every day.
When you come to work here, you’ll quickly see that we love what we do, we care about each other, and we continuously learn and improve to meet the needs of our customers and consumers around the world.
We have talented colleagues around the world with varied skillsets, backgrounds and experiences, and we embrace this diversity because it’s a big part of what helps us deliver results to grow the company. Whatever your specialty, you'll find that excelling at Energizer provides opportunities to grow in ways you never expected.
Come join our team!
In accordance with sound engineering principles, policies and controls, demonstrates technical leadership while conducting specialized engineering assignments, which lead to new or improved systems, constructions, materials or processes having marketable cost/performance advantages.
Provides technical leadership to the electrical (and some mechanical) skilled trades personnel in troubleshooting manufacturing and facilities equipment
Works with operations and maintenance team members to identify, define, plan, schedule, coordinate and implement: efficiency improvements in equipment, labor, and energy to ensure the highest level of company profitability and customer (process) satisfaction
Develops original design concepts, specifications, cost estimates, requisitions of materials, equipment and parts, work orders, and expedites construction to a timely completion within assigned budget to ensure the highest level of profitability and customer satisfaction (process and end consumer)
Facilitates electrical infrastructure maintenance and improvements (multi-year plan)
Coaches and develops electrical and electro-mechanical skilled trades staff as the plant electrical leader
Participates in and complies with all required OSHA, NFPA, and internal electrical standards; and insures the electrical skilled trades meet all required OSHA NFPA, and internal electrical standards
Remains current with new electrical/electronic technology developments and applies them where appropriate
Other duties as assigned by Manager
Required Skills and Experience
Bachelor's (4-year undergraduate) degree in Electrical Engineering; Master’s (Post-Graduate) Degree including an MBA would be a plus.
At least 6 to 8 years of experience as an Electrical Engineer and/or equivalent role
Strong Experience with Allen Bradley controls
Strong computer and organizational skills
Experience with basic electronic controls, PLCs, relay logic, variable frequency drives, stepper & servo controls systems; applications of electrical and mechanical sensors, especially relative to packaging equipment
Knowledge and application of the NEC
Experience reading and interpretation of electrical schematics
Knowledge of power distribution systems and electrical substations
Project Management – MS Project Knowledge of infrared / preventative maintenance technologies of electrical systems Experience in the supervision of electrical skilled trades
Strong interpersonal communication and presentation skills
Fluent English (verbal and written)
Working Relationships & Environment
Travel Requirements 5-20%
An Offer to Grow On
Come join us!
Energizer offers a competitive total rewards package which includes a range of health, wellness and retirement savings coverage, paid time off and holidays, and many opportunities to learn, develop and grow. At Energizer, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute and make an impact every single day.
Energizer is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.