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Average Salary for Controls Project Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Controls Project Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average is $77,768.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Controls Project Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average is $37.39.

The average bonus of a(n) Controls Project Engineer in District of Columbia - District Average is $1,960.00.

Job Description:

Designs systems of electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic controls for machines and equipment, utilizing knowledge of computer-aided design and applying knowledge of electricity, electronics, hydraulics, and pneumatics. Utilizes knowledge of electrical engineering and drafting to design and draft components of electrical, electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic, and lubrication devices, and other related equipment. Confers with supervisor and engineering department to review functions of machines and equipment. Requires knowledge of computer-aided design and its use as a design tool. Plans logic system for functions such as sequence and timing control. Designs and drafts diagrams of cable connection for robots, robot end-of-arm tool, robot controller, and other machines. Illustrates and describes installation and maintenance details, such as where bearings should be lubricated, types of lubrication, and which parts are lubricated automatically and manually. Reviews schematics with customer's representatives to answer questions during installation of robot systems. Observes gauges during trial run of programmed machine and equipment operation to verify that electrical signals in system conform to specifications. May confer with assembler and wirer to resolve problems regarding building of controls systems. May design controls for energy conversion or other industrial plant monitoring systems. Less

Designs systems of electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic controls for machines and equipment, utilizing knowledge of computer-aided design and applying knowledge of electricity, electronics, hydraulics, and pneumatics. Utilizes knowledge of electrical engineering and drafting to design and draft components of electrical,... More

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