[Company / Industry] Logistics and Supply Chain / Supply Chain Solution [Position] Controls Engineer [Function] Engineering [Reporting Line] Technical Specialist Manager [Employment Type] Permanent [Compensation] TBD [Location] Seoul, Korea [Consultant in charge] Simon S. Kim Company Description: World's leading supplier of integrated automated technology, software and services to optimize the supply chain Job Description: Prepare/assist with development of functional specifications Prepare/assist with budget costing Liaising with clients and the Company personnel Conformance to OHS&E standards in the design and execution of all work Preparation of schematic drawings, PLC programs and configuration of operator interfaces Preparation of manufacturing and installation specifications Planning and supervision of major controls installations Manage the procurement of parts, the manufacture of cabinets and the electrical installation Controls project cost control Testing and commissioning Preparation of test plans and operator & technical manuals Training of client personnel Provide customer support Hand over to Customer service Job Requirements: [Knowledge / Experience] Degree in Electrical Engineering/MechatronicsExperience in electrical drawings design (EPLAN, EEC One, AutoCAD) Experience in electrical installation supervision Experience in system design Experience interfacing materials handling systems with third party equipment’s (eg. automatic tag readers, barcode scanners, weigh scales etc) Experience in PLC software development and office testing Knowledge of configuration, programming and commissioning of PLCs, variable speed drives and safety devices Knowledge of materials handling system controls Writing of technical documentation Experience in development of testing environments and conducting FATs Management of installation crews [Additional Note] Preferably someone with degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Hands on PLC programming experience is mandatory (Siemens S7) Hands on experience for SCADA and WinCC is mandatory Experience in Electrical hardware design would be advantageous but not mandatory Open to travel 30-40% within and outside of Korea. Candidate must be able to communicate in English fluently Reporting to a Manager who will be communicating in English If you are interested, please contact email@example.com +82-2-6123-0100
Visa Korea said Monday it will strengthen consulting services based on its capabilities in analyzing and processing information built on its global network.
Visa's global consulting and analytics team is composed of 500 data analysis experts and consultants. The team offers consulting services in 11 countries in the Asia Pacific region including Korea.
Visa Korea plans to offer consulting services on analyzing and utilizing big data to local card issuers, fintech firms, and online banks and merchants this year.
"We plan to expand consulting services for partners so that they can boost their data analysis capabilities," Visa Korea's Country Manager Patrick Yoon said at a press conference held at the Plaza Hotel in central Seoul. Read More... The Original Article: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/biz/2020/01/513_281841.html
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