CONTROL SYSTEM/ELECTRICAL ENGINEER- SPECIAL PURPOSE AND INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
Our client is a well-established design and manufacturer of automation and robotic solutions for a range of industries covering everything from automotive, medical, moulding and food.
Competence in electrical design for machine automation Knowledge of ePlan would be an advantage Knowledge and understanding of the various national and international electrical standards for machine design and machine safety systems and requirements to CE mark machine systems Competence in software design and PLC coding experience with the following equipment would be an advantage: B&R, Mitsubishi, Omron, Siemens, Rockwell Experience of integrating and programming of Scara, Delta and 6-axis robots would be an advantage. Demonstrate a proven track record of successfully delivering machine control system projects to required timescale and budget Knowledge and understanding of the various national and international electrical standards for machine design and machine safety systems and requirements to CE mark machine systems Degree qualified or equivalent in electrical/electronic engineering or closely related control system discipline Minimum 7-10 years' experience in control systems engineering related to automation machinery. Must be self-motivating with a 'can do' attitude Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Desire to combine practical application with a theoretical approach
To be responsible for the design and creation of machine control system solutions for special purpose automated machinery projects. Deliver control and safety systems which comply with the requirements of the machinery directive and appropriate national & international standards Deliver electrical system design, selection of components and generating detailed circuit diagrams Programming and commissioning of various robots, including Scara, Delta & 6-axis To communicate effectively to customers, suppliers and team members To be part of a team dedicated to delivering projects to plan and budget To design, develop and commission machine control and safety systems Responsible for creation of electrical documentation including circuit diagrams and bills of materials Responsible for ensuring that machine electrical systems and safety system comply with all relevant European and international safety standards Responsible for correct selection and procurement of all components To produce quality, maintainable and well documented software. Develop software and control design standards to enhance the capabilities of our client to deliver complex machinery Lead development of our client's control system adopting and developing standardised approach to delivery of efficient and cost effective control systems Maintain clear and concise technical documentation, design specifications, machine manuals etc Supervise electrical technicians and control the build of machine control systems For medical sector projects work to the requirements of a regulated system such as GAMP 5 Commission machine control system and perform machine testing and carry out Factory Acceptance and Site Acceptance testing Responsible for ensuring that the control system are to budget and within required timescales Provide customer support that can include visits to customer's site throughout the UK and to assist with the installation, commissioning and troubleshooting when required.
Competitive Salary Plus Benefits
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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