Automation Engineer

Continental Structural Plastics (CSP) is an innovative and full-service Tier One supplier with a global presence and emphasis in development for lightweight technologies. CSP offers employees the opportunity to join a leading edge company within the composite material industry and enjoy the benefits offered by a growing company in North America and internationally.

We are seeking an Automation Engineer for our Conneaut, Ohio Plant.

Overall Job Functions:

  • Write system operation procedures for manufacturing plant format.

  • Recommend equipment improvements and manufacturing methods that would result in improved quality or greater efficiency.

  • Coordinate all mechanical or electrical system modifications with external vendors, maintenance personnel and internal plant operations.

  • Organize and maintain all system documentation (mechanical/electrical prints, software documentation and backups, path problems, robot configurations and parameters and configuration parameters).

  • Outline and maintain maintenance practices for automated systems and programs.

  • Design and implement software, electrical and mechanical automated system enhancements.

  • Support and assist maintenance personnel with diagnosing software and electrical system problems.

  • Support Multiple PLC and electrical controlled automated systems.

  • Design, implement and support all human machine interface (HMI) hardware and software for automated systems.


  • Bachelor of Science Degree is required preferably in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering.

  • Minimum of five years of experience in core software using Fanuc Software, DVT Frameworks, WonderWare, RS-View, Allen Bradley SLC 505 series, and Fluid Delivery.

  • Must understand the application of the PLC in automated systems, including the ability to program and troubleshoot relay ladder logic.

  • Must be comfortable with the applications of control theory with emphasis on the PID loops.

  • Must be experienced with electrical and electronic controls.


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