10-22-2013 04:40 PM
Your quest is a bit too general. The key-terms I use would depend on what I want to find or achieve actually. I searched recently for new job and I used mainly following terms:
" PLC programmer "
" Automation Specialist "
" Software Engineer "
" PLC / SCADA engineer "
" Electrical Engineer "
sometimes I aimed directly at brands and used:
" Siemens S7 " or just " Siemens "
" Mitsubishi "
or just simply:
" PLC ",
" Software "
10-22-2013 09:28 PM
When I search Monster resumes looking for automation candidates, I use the following and typically combine several to look for specific skills.
Sensors (temperature, ultrasonic, pressure, flow, load, strain, linear, photonic, pH, humidity, gas detection, torque, magnetic, thermistors, magnetic), instruments, thermocouples, load cells, instrumentation, automation, control, factory automation, building automation, application engineer, sales engineer, regional sales manager, metrology, thermal, calibration, analytical, thickness, non-contact. Distributed control, PLCs, SCADA, controllers, profibus, Modbus, RS232, RS235, fieldbus, OPC.
Hope this helps
10-22-2013 11:53 PM
Yes, Bob is absolutely correct. Its tough to add keywords; but I'll try to add some -
HMI developer, Network Design engineer, Network Test Engineer, Application Test Engineer, Protocol test, IEC61850, IEC60870-5, Smart Grid application Engineer, Load Dispatch Gateway, OPGW, OFC Splicing technician, Sub-station Automation specialist.
10-23-2013 02:26 AM
the best search key word is Automation, PLC, Instrumentation, Sensors. but most of time get some unwanted results. This is very hard to get correct job opening on this search string.