Control Systems Engineer

Keystone Tower Systems
Denver, CO 80216
United States
Job Description

Keystone Tower Systems, with our unique spiral welding process, has revolutionized the wind tower manufacturing industry. Our innovative technology not only reduces wind energy costs but also paves the way for wind development expansion across new regions. As we continue to evolve, we're seeking driven individuals who share our zeal for excellence and are ready to shape the future with us. 

Job duties

• Write, edit, and debug PLC code written in structured text.

• Analyze historical data to assess machine performance.

• Specify and source sensors, vision, motors, servo drives, industrial PC’s and I/O.

• Size and specify disconnects, fuses, circuit breakers, wires and cables.

• Develop electrical schematics and panel layouts.

• Wire, install and commission control panels and devices including sensors, servos, pneumatics, and hydraulics.

• Collect requirements for operator interaction with machinery.

• Develop web-based HMIs and design operator pendants and consoles.

Required Experience

• Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, or similar field.

• 3+ years of experience in electrical design, controls software development, and/or commissioning of industrial automation equipment.

• Proficiency in electrical schematic creation.

• Structured Text/CODESYS.

Highly Desired Experience

• Beckhoff TwinCAT platform, Industrial PCs, I/O slices and Servo Drives (AX5000 / AX8000).

• EPLAN control panel design software.

• Matrox or other industrial vision platform.

• Experience with Python, Typescript (React), or Rust.

• Working knowledge of Git.

• Knowledge of NFPA and UL standards in relation to industrial equipment.

• Familiarity with safety concepts in industrial automation.

• Familiarity with high power electrical systems.

Location: Denver, hybrid, up to 20% travel