Controls Engineer


Location: Waterbury, Vermont

Type: Full Time

Education: No Ed Requirements

Experience: 3 - 5 Years

Company Overview

NOMAD Transportable Power Systems, Inc. (NOMAD) is headquartered in Waterbury, Vermont. NOMAD is focused purely on mobile energy storage and has the first fully commercialized grid-scale mobile battery product line. NOMAD is targeting a wide range of markets, including utilities, EV charging, oil & gas applications, seasonal customers like ski resorts, rental markets, and hybrid systems coupled with gensets and renewables. NOMAD is uniquely able to provide energy storage where and when it’s needed using our proprietary / patent-pending technology. For more information, visit

Job Overview

The Controls Engineer is part of the engineering and design team that builds and delivers our engineered solutions. Work is primarily based out of our Waterbury, Vermont office.

Responsibilities and Duties

• Provide controls system design, testing, and configuration for Mobile Energy Storage Systems (ESS).
• Work closely with clients to translate customer requirements into a project specification document to clearly define scope and deliverables.
• Develop and define communications datapoint lists for the customer and SCADA interface.
• Write and execute Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) plans, generally here in our Waterbury, VT production facility, and On-Site Acceptance Testing (OSAT) at customer sites.
• Assist with design and review of electrical/controls design drawings and equipment lists.
• Perform programming of PLC and RTAC logic controllers using IEC 61131 ST, FBD, LD.
• Troubleshoot the electrical, controls and AC/DC inverter power systems and coordinate modifications or corrective actions with engineering and production.
• Assist with the ongoing effort to standardize logic modules and data structures while identifying opportunities to increase efficiency and coding standardization.
• Up to 10% Travel may be required to perform onsite project commissioning and to support and troubleshoot existing installations.
• Maintain quality and safety standards.
• Review Production builds during Factory Authorization (FAT) Testing and validate installation of mechanical, electrical and control systems and devices.
• Troubleshoot issues and work with the project team and coordinate modifications or corrective actions.
• Manage and maintain FAT Punch List documentation.
• Prepare and maintain documentation for device calibration and configuration.
• Perform device calibrations and configurations.
• Assist the Lead Engineer during development and testing and perform other duties as assigned.
• Maintain quality and safety standards.

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