We’re always looking for quality people.  If you want to work for us, we want to know who you are.  Please feel free to send unsolicited emails to Toby at tobyswitek@cvmcvm.com with a resume and what you’re interested in doing.


Current openings:


Mechatronics Engineer

5-1-18

 

CVM Inc, custom machine builder located right at the 580/680 interchange in Pleasanton, is actively looking for an experienced Controls Engineer to join our fast paced team. We have been successfully building custom equipment for Bay Area tech, medical, foods, and home products companies for over 30 years. We have a full machine/fab shop and build what we design. Average projects last 1 to 4 months from design to delivery, with 5-10 design projects active at any one time. Our variety of work and pace keeps it interesting.

Description: Design and produce controls systems for custom automated equipment. Primarily using state of the art technology to control motion, fluids, and temperature. Conceptualize and detail programming solutions to a variety of machine types across several industries, mostly in motion control. Assist with the start up and testing of prototype and deliverable machines. Visit www.cvmcvm.com for more details on the type of machines we create.

Platforms: We primarily use Alan Bradley, CodeSys, and CTC PLC. We use a variety of programs to write code for each of these but are open to new ones. Knowledge in different systems is an asset our diverse client base appreciates so the more you know, the better.

Requirements: 5 years PLC and HMI programming experience on multiple platforms, minimum. Creative mind with knowledge of and experience integrating “off the shelf” electrical and motion control components. Hands-on aptitude with general knowledge of automation design. Electrical knowledge and ability to read and write electrical drawings. Assembly of electromechanical equipment, including sensors, motors, and controllers. Willing to work hard at what you enjoy. Good communication skills — both verbal and written. Customer relations and project management skills important.

Additional Valuable Experience
Troubleshoot and repair mechanical, Hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical equipment including PLC’s, power supplies, motor starters, frequency drives, sensors and gauges, and test equipment. Installation and machine maintenance at customer’s site, Electrical Circuit Design, Mechanical Design

Benefits: Fully paid medical and dental for employee, 2 weeks vacation, 8 Paid Holidays, 9-80 Work Schedule (Every other Friday off), OT rarely needed/work life balance appreciated, plus more.