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Automation Engineer

Job Description

The Automation Engineer's primary activities, duties and responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to, the following:


-Reads and interprets sales / equipment specifications.  Interacts with Sales and Customer Service Departments to determine equipment features.  Evaluates specifications versus standard specifications to determine if any new design components required.


-Interacts with customers, as required, to develop custom designs to meet the exact customer needs.


-Produces drawings and / or documents for use by the Sales department for quotation purposes or for use by the Production department in construction of equipment.


-Produces documents for use in qualification of the control system.


-Develops programs for the control system that are used to interact with the equipment or used by the equipment to interact with the environment.


-Updates or produces new standard drawings for use by multiple pieces of equipment.


-Compiles Bill of Materials (BOM) for the drawings and assists in Engineering Clerk in BOM entry into the ERP system.


-Works with the Mechanical Design department to locate and specify electrical components including sensors, switches and electrical enclosures.  Coordinates mounting of components on the equipment.


-Assists the Production department when design questions are posed.  Takes responsibility for helping the Production department construct the equipment as designed.


-Reviews the completed construction with Production department to produce As Built or updated drawings for final record and use in the future.


-Continually look for new design or construction techniques to improve quality, lower cost, or meet regulatory requirements.  Devise and suggest possible new equipment based on feedback from Sales.


-Extra duties as assigned


-No supervisory responsibilities



Company Description
Girton Manufacturing Co. Inc. is a custom OEM based out of Millville, PA. Girton caters to the pharmaceutical, laboratory, and food industries with predominantly stainless steel equipment solutions.



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