Automation Support Engineer Level 2

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Program distributed control system ABB SATTline (800xA) to control biotech/biopharma process based on S88 mainly regarding fermentation, recovery, supply chain, CIP, and Utility process. Provide day to day support for the plant process control and process data historian computer systems. Execute advanced programming changes to distributed controls, stand-alone controls, HMI and data historian systems. Implement biotech/biopharma processes using ABB distributed control system. Read, develop and maintain schematics, wiring diagrams, loop sheets and other documentation needed to maintain controls systems. Develop exclusive libraries and application for the enzyme production process, and make changes to existing programming units. Create client-oriented control modules, such as valves, pumps, instruments and etc. Participate in and influence discussions regarding the global standards for ABB 800xA and other site specific control programs. Utilize and maintain software change control procedures and database to assure that all changes are well documented and that the software code structure is maintained in as designed condition. Support the NZNE Environmental Policy and EQS. Assure that the environmental impact of changes to processes, equipment, and process materials is assessed prior to implementation. Design, develop, and maintain automation solutions with SCADA PLC.
Master's degree in Automation Engineering, Computer Science, or related field, plus 2 years of experience in a position involving automation engineering. A bachelor's degree plus 5 years of experience may also be accepted in lieu of the educational/experience requirements stated above. Must have specific experience with distributed controls systems. Requires knowledge of ABB SATTline, ABB 800xA, and S88.
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