Average Mid-Career Controls Engineer Salary at General Electric Co (GE)

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The average salary for a Mid-Career Controls Engineer at General Electric Co (GE) is $80,000.
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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.
The top respondents for the job title Controls Engineer are from the companies Tesla Motors, Modine Manufacturing Co and Cincinnati Test Systems. Reported salaries are highest at Tesla Motors where the average pay is $101,846. Other companies that offer high salaries for this role include General Electric (GE) Aviation and General Motors Corporation, earning around $94,966 and $90,650, respectively. Cincinnati Test Systems pays the lowest at around $67,202. Johnson Controls Inc and Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation also pay on the lower end of the scale, paying $67,407 and $76,500, respectively.

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