Robert Bosch, LLC- Controls Engineer
Job TitleRobert Bosch, LLC- Controls Engineer
Employment TypeDirect Placement
Robert Bosch, LLC – Controls Engineer– Charleston, SC
Bosch Charleston is a part of a global network with close to 400,000 associates who make products that are “Invented for Life.”
The Bosch Charleston plant has a long history in the Lowcountry and was established in 1974. We Drive. to provide a safe and inspiring environment for our associates. We make a difference and delight our global customers by creating state of the art products.
Over the past five years we have contributed over 1 million USD to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and environmental organizations in the Lowcountry through the Bosch Community Fund. Additionally, Bosch Charleston works closely with our partners to support these initiatives through volunteerism. There are many opportunities to get involved and we hope you will join us as we make a difference in the Lowcountry.
BOSCH is a proud supporter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Initiatives
• FIRST Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
• AWIM (A World In Motion)
• Investigate and solve root causes of manufacturing process problems.
• Instruct and train associates in new processes, systems, and equipment.
• Identify and lead projects to improve cost, quality, delivery, utilization, and safety of manufacturing processes in order to meet key metrics within the workshop.
• Work will include modifications and upgrades to PLC based controller.
• Evaluation of new equipment electrical schematics and cabinets for machine acceptances (Bosch GDS requirements).
• Design, build and support systems which may include pneumatics, servo drives, relay switches and sensors, and communications networks. Design and integration for repurposing of machines, equipment, and devices.
• Candidate will be expected to work on motors, drive controllers, and VFDs, laser marking systems, part handling automation, robotics, and vision systems such as Cognex or Keyence cameras.
• Read, interpret, and modify electrical schematics and diagrams using electrical design software.
• Support design and implementation of Industry 4.0 projects to support manufacturing visibility and TPM projects such as machine status, vibration and temperature monitoring.
• Background in electro-mechanical systems maintenance and repair.
• Engineering or technical degree preferred or equivalent experience
• 3-5 years technical experience with demonstrated knowledge and experience working with robotics, part handling and automation.
• Demonstrated knowledge and skills in electrical systems analysis, trouble shooting and problem root cause identification.
• Ability to analyze and modify electrical schematics and diagrams using electrical design software. Eplan preferred.
• High level of teamwork, self-initiative, and ability to multi-task in a dynamic environment.
• Project management skills which may also require leadership skills to guide and direct a team of experts including engineers, electricians, and service representatives to diagnose and repair machine problems.
• Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with robotics, part handling and automation