Electrical Controls Engineering “All-Star” #61611

“One man practicing sportsmanship is better than 100 teaching it.”  —Knute Rockne

Finding this week’s quote was timely as I drove through South Bend, Indiana last week.  Even if you’re not a fan of Notre Dame football, it’s hard not to agree with Knute.  

Yet, sportsmanship not only applies to football but to the workplace as well. Every manufacturing client we work with looks for engineers that practice sportsmanship in terms of being able to thrive working in cross-functional and team-oriented settings.  This week’s Electrical Controls Engineering “All-Star” is no different as he has experience working in cross-functional and project engineering environments where he’s had to learn to wear multiple hats while being comfortable performing different tasks as needed.

Earlier in his career that meant doing electrical design, testing, maintenance and troubleshooting of complex automation systems.  It also entailed doing troubleshooting and programming of PLC systems.  Currently, that “sportsmanship” means supporting product quality by doing root cause analysis to implement corrective actions.

This experienced electrical engineering “All-Star” is now ready to apply that spirit of “sportsmanship” in a new manufacturing organization where he can build upon his diverse experience while contributing in a team-oriented and cross-functional engineering environment.  Yet, I don’t expect him to be a “free-agent” for long.
At M-Works Search, we work to identify the best engineering and manufacturing professionals for our clients.  Please email or call me at 312.226.4916 to discuss how this electrical engineering “All-Star” can help your engineering team by practicing sportsmanship before he’s found a new team.

Best Regards,


Electrical Controls Engineer, Industrial Equipment and Automation Systems, #61611

-More than 13 years electrical and quality engineering experience with industrial equipment and automation systems
-Hands on experience testing, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing complex machinery and electrical equipment 
-Experienced with Allen Bradley, Siemens and GE PLCs
-Familiarity with national electrical codes and standards including NEC, NFPA, IEEE, NETA, and NEMA
-Proficient using AutoCAD for electrical design
-Engineer-in-Training, passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam May 2020
-Bachelor of Science, Power and Machinery Engineering