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Donaldson in Bloomington, MN is looking for a Principal Controls Engineer- the link to the position and description is below, but please ask any questions and I am happy to answer, thanks! https://donaldson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/DonaldsonCareers/job/Bloomington/Principal-Controls-Engineer_JR-764
Hello All, A little bit about my current role. I am currently a Automation and Welding Robotics Programmer ( automotive industry ). I have been programming robotics for almost 4 years at my company, but this is all experience work, no qualifications. I enjoy the role but this is very insecure due to having no qualifications, if the company was to go under. I am currently working out in Hungary on a secondment with my company. The project was the introduction of a second line at one of our other plants. This has gone successfully and will be coming to an end come December. While i have been here i have been working with a PLC Engineer ( Contractor ), After speaking with him about his role it intrigued me and felt it was something i would enjoy pursuing. Unfortunately it appears that he is a "knowledge is power" kinda guy which leaves me unable to learn anything from him. So i am 30 Years of age this year... So my question is too any of you experienced and hopefully helpful individuals is... Is 30 too old to start this career? if not then; Where is the best place to start learning about PLC Programming? What should i be learning? What courses are available? - Are there recognised governing bodies for this role? What career path would you suggest? I hope someone is willing to share info / answer some of my questions. Help in anyway would be greatly appreciated.
Hdhunt posted a topic in For Sale, Employment, Services or WantedPlease see attached job description. Lead Controls Engineer N723.doc