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Intralox®

Electrical Software Engineer

Location:

Wehl, The Netherlands, The Netherlands

Category

Engineering, Information Technology, Manufacturing & Production

Division

Intralox
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Intralox LLC Europe is looking for an Electrical Software Engineer to join the EMEA Controls Engineering Team. In this role, the candidate will focus on engineering equipment for customers from a wide range of industries; from logistics and material handling to packaging lines for consumer products.

What will you do?

  • Program PLCs for control systems that include field devices such as photo eyes, shaft encoders, barcode scanners, pneumatics, scales, motors, VFDs, etc.
  • Responsible for the installation and technical support of PLC based hardware and software.
  • Assist with project commissioning when necessary
  • Develop software documentation packages
  • Estimate PLC costs and create budgets for custom projects
  • Help with further standardization of software solutions

What's in it for you?

  • Work in an exciting, international and dynamic environment that promotes self-management and initiative
  • An opportunity to boost your international experience and develop your potential
  • Be part of an inspiring and rapidly growing work environment grounded in ideas, teamwork and effort.
  • A performance-based profit-sharing program
  • While we are still deciding on post-COVID policies, we foresee a mix of working from home and working out of our state-of-the-art facility in Wehl (Gelderland)


Who are you?

  • You are a great communicator, you listen to other people’s opinions, and you can explain the reasons and thinking behind your opinion. You do not care who’s right or wrong.
  • You see opportunities to improve and take ownership over nurturing your rough ideas into shiny solutions.
  • You enjoy taking some extra responsibility and care deeply about the quality of your work.
  • You are flexible to change and a true optimist.  
  • You are a sound electrical engineer and know your way around CAD. You can solve technical problems through collaborations with peers.
  • You have a relevant education. This could be a master’s degree, experience on the job, and everything in between. If you think you have what it takes, let us know



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