Electrical Project Engineering “All-Star”-Custom Automation Systems #61859

“Nothing ever comes to one that is worth having, except as a result of hard work.”  Booker T. Washington

I agree with Booker T. Washington and love this quote which is timeless.  He’s spot on.  Nothing worthwhile ever comes easy but is the result of hard work.

The engineering “All-Stars” I connect with every week get this.  They know that when you’re working on a project that many times you have to do what it takes to get the project done to meet deadlines.

This week, we’re representing an Electrical Project Engineering “All-Star” candidate who understands what it takes to get a project done.  From leading the design process to traveling in the field to support system commissioning and troubleshooting, he knows that successfully completing a project on time takes hard work.

As this up and coming Electrical Project Engineering “All-Star” approaches 4 years in his current organization, he’s starting to explore opportunities to make the leap to a new organization where he can build upon his electrical controls and process design experience.   He’s ready to “do the hard work” so that your manufacturing organization generates results that are worthwhile.

Do your 2021 staffing plans include a need for additional electrical engineering talent?  If so, please give me a call or email to discuss how this Electrical Project Engineering “All-Star” can help your engineering team with the “hard work” that this upcoming new year will bring.

Best Regards,


Electrical Project Engineer, Custom Automation Systems, #61859

-3.5 years of electrical project engineering experience of custom automation and material handling systems
-Responsible for electrical design of electrical power panels and control panels
-Proficient troubleshooting and debugging PLC and HMI programs
-Experienced with installation and commission of systems in the field at client sites
-Experienced programming Allen Bradley and Siemens controls using RS Logix and TIA Portal
-Proficient using AutoCAD for electrical drawing and design
-Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Kansas State University