Controls Engineer
Updated on 3/26/2024
Disher

51-200 employees

Product development and business consulting firm
Company Overview
DISHER stands out as a comprehensive product development and business consulting firm, offering a wide range of solutions from product development to talent attraction, and serving a diverse array of markets. The company's commitment to understanding their clients' culture and goals, coupled with their expertise in hiring top technical talent, positions them as a strategic partner rather than just a service provider. With a track record of enhancing performance, productivity, and profits for Fortune 500 companies and independent inventors alike, DISHER's impact is felt locally, nationally, and globally.
Food & Agriculture
Automotive & Transportation
Consulting
Industrial & Manufacturing
Energy
Consumer Goods

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

2000

Headquarters

Zeeland, Michigan

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-3%

1 year growth

4%

2 year growth

1%
Locations
Holland, MI, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Electrical Engineering
Control Systems Engineering
Instrumentation and Measurement Engineering
Requirements
  • Proficiency in programming within AB, Siemens, Keyence, Omron, or other platform
  • Previous integration controls experience in industries like material handling, logistics, custom machine building, or robotics work cells
  • Bachelor's degree in Industrial Automation, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or similar engineering degree
  • Hands-on experience in HMI, PLC, SCADA, or Robotics
  • Ability to travel locally up to 80% of the time
  • Self-driven with the desire to grow and continually learn
Responsibilities
  • Program, troubleshoot, and edit PLCs
  • Gain exposure to SCADA and other technologies as required
  • Manage customer relationships and provide exceptional customer service
  • Gain exposure and experience developing industrial controls design including specification of hardware based on electrical requirements
  • Gain exposure and experience developing prints for electrical schematics utilizing E-plan or other software packages