CONTROLS/SOFTWARE COMMISSIONING ENGINEER - CONVEYORS
Our client is a primary UK designer, manufacturer & supplier of conveyor equipment and systems with over 40 year's experience in the automated mechanical handling and conveyor industry.
Electrical Engineer with an understanding / aptitude for mechanical engineering principles. Background in automation, materials handling, process plant, production lines, warehouse systems or similar industry involving the control of movement and flow. Experience of designing control systems including specifying hardware, networks and interfaces. Able to write software from scratch and programme PLCs (Siemens). Willing and able to travel occasionally. Familiar with M.S. Office and AutoCAD. Good oral and written communication skills, commercially aware and with flexible approach to work. Should be capable of managing own workload with minimum supervision.
Liaising with customers and sales team to produce a functional design specification (FDS). Writing and programming software from scratch for PLCs and HMIs. Familiar with Siemens TIA portal. Commissioning of the complete system, ensuring that all the operating parameters of the plant are set correctly to comply with the specification. Training end-user operations and maintenance personnel, provide technical support by phone.
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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