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Electrical Designer – Automated Machinery

Job Description

  • Location: Buffalo Grove, IL
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #67688
  • Salary: $100,000
Electrical Designer – Automated Machinery

A fortune 100 automated machinery company is looking for a skilled Electrical Designer. This is a direct hire opportunity for someone with experience in automation machinery! 

Salary of the Electrical Designer:
$70,000 – $105,000, depending on experience

The Electrical Designer will want to learn and have proficiency in the following areas: 
  • AutoCad Electrical 
  • NFPA 79 
  • UL 508A 
  • SCCR (Short Circuit Current Rating) 
  • Familiarity with component catalogs such as Rockwell/AB, Siemens, Bussman, T&B, Keyence, etc. –
  • Schematics and Bill of Material creation 
  • Budgeting and designing to budget
Requirements of the Electrical Designer:
  • While an electrical engineering degree is preferred, we are open to candidates with a solid understanding of:
    • electrical theory
    • power circuit design
    • knowledge of how transformers work and how to protect them,
    • panel layout and design
    • sizing fuses for branch circuits
    • wire size selection
    •  use of common electrical symbols.
Electrical Designers are encouraged to apply today!
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