Location:
Silsoe

Reporting to:
Controls Manager

Summary of Role:

MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIES

Hardware Design

 

  • Developing functional design specifications.
  • Production of well organised electrical layout drawings, wiring schematics, cable plans and part lists.
  • Ensuring compliance with relevant standards.
  • Liaising with site installation teams.

 

Commissioning

 

  • Commissioning controls systems on site and provision of support to system commissioning activities.
  • Provision of system training for end users.
  • Production of required Health and Safety documentation.

General

  • ┬áLiaise with Project Sales and Project Engineers during design phase.
  • Liaise with Project Managers, Customer and sub-contractors during order installation / commissioning phases.
  • Liaise with purchase departments.
  • To maintain and use wherever possible, standard product information for the execution of orders.
  • Where necessary to develop special and new standard solutions to suit specific projects and new markets.
  • To innovate wherever possible to improve our delivered product to the end customer (e.g. reduced price, reduced time-scale, improved functionality).
  • To provide technical backup to the service team as required, including bug fixes, enhancements and modifications.
  • To maintain and improve upon personal skills related to the position, through experience and training.
  • To comply with the company policy as defined in the Staff Handbook, Safety Manual, and Quality Assurance Manual.
  • Other duties as required.

 


REQUIREMENTS

Qualifications, knowledge & experience:

Essential:
  • Time served apprenticeship in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and BTEC / City and and Guilds or
  • HNC / HND in Electrical / Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
  • Controls component knowledge.

Desirable:
  • Held a similar role previously.

Technical competencies:

Essential:
  • Autocad
  • Microsoft Office competent

Desirable:
  • Eplan
  • Microsoft Project competent

Job Type:
Permanent

Deadline:
29/03/2019