Average Controls Engineer with Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical Skills Salary in Orlando, Florida

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The average salary for a Controls Engineer with Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical skills in Orlando, Florida is $72,302.
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Job Description for Controls Engineer

Controls Engineer Tasks
  • Plan and perform work requiring electronic and mechanical theories and principles, and writing specifications.
  • Manage the design and installation of electrical equipment including electrical power distribution systems, PLC's, instrumentation, variable speed AC and DC drives.
  • Design calculations and prepare equipment or material specifications for electrical and electronic based systems.
  • Work with the maintenance planner to schedule electrical projects.
  • Develop clear and concise operator instruction manuals.

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Popular Skills for Controls Engineer

Skills in Human-Machine Interface (HMI) and Engineering Design are correlated to pay that is above average. Skills that pay less than market rate include Electronic Troubleshooting, Controls and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) / Automation.
Employees with Controls Engineer in their job title in Chicago, Illinois earn an average of 23.1% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Detroit, Michigan (10.2% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Nashville, Tennessee (21.5% less), Grand Rapids, Michigan (5.3% less) and Dallas, Texas (3.5% less).