MES Engineer - IT Services 6780

Our client is looking for an MES Engineer to join their team on a 32 week assignment.
This manufacturing site contract position will play a key role in the design, development, and implementation of the Manufacturing IT systems capabilities required for new clinical manufacturing building.
1. Support in Design and Architecture of Manufacturing and Plant network.
2. Support Server and application build and Qualification for new manufacturing applications such as DeltaV, Syncade (MES), PI, ThinManager etc. on windows operating system.
3. Setup Active directory, Time synchronization with NTP, Network Domain, Domain controller in windows environment.
4. Knowledge of Microsoft server Operating system, Microsoft SQL, Clustering of SQL and Operating system, Network Firewall, IIS (Internet Information Services), OPC interface, Storage array, Switches, Wireless Network, Server, operating system, Network troubleshooting, Server Rack, stack, cabling knowledge in industrial datacenter.
5. Installations of Ethernet devices such as manufacturing barcode scanners, label printers, network weigh scales, thin client HMI for process execution in the plant.
6. Application installation with vendor, Server and application qualification protocol execution..
7. Installs, configures, troubleshoot computerized systems in the Manufacturing area. Work with corporate IT and the Site's Manufacturing, QA, Validation in assessment, recommendation, validation.
oSuccessful candidate must have bachelor/Associate degree and knowledge and experience with manufacturing IT technologies, network Hardware and software support.
oExperience working in diverse, multi-disciplined work groups.
Experience and/or substantial understanding of industrial IT datacenter cabling, servers, rack/stack and common system vendors' available products.
oSkilled in Active directory, Time synchronization with NTP, Network Domain, Domain controller, Networks, databases, and reporting systems setup.
oAbility to work in a diverse work environment, manage multiple priorities, and at times, be self-directed.

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