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Junior Controls & Automation Engineer

Job description

Are you a qualified industrial electrician/electrical engineer looking to take a step into controls and automation role?

On offer is an opportunity to work in a state of the art facility, using the latest technology in the industry where you will be trained and developed into a controls and automation specialist.

This food manufacturing business are currently going through a continuous growth period, mixed with a large investment, offering the chance for candidates to flourish with on-going training and development.

In this role you will be directly involved in the electrical, PLC and SCADA activities on site. You will carry out factory and site acceptance testing, installations, maintenance and resolve any controls and automation issues.

This would suit an Electrical Engineer with experience in an industrial setting looking to make an impact and progress their career with a rewarding employer.

The Role:

  • Junior Controls and Automation Engineer
  • Installations, Commission, Repairs and Fault Finding to PLC and SCADA
  • Factory and Site Acceptance Testing
  • Electrical diagrams/system designs
  • £Competitive + Training, Development, Overtime and Progression

The Person:

  • Qualified Electrician/Electrical Engineer
  • Experience within an industrial environment
  • Competent Maintenance Engineer
  • Experience of working with some controls or automation equipment, full training is on offer

Reference Number: BBBH160054

To apply for this role or to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Nathaniel Morgan at Rise Technical Recruitment.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd acts an employment agency for permanent roles and an employment business for temporary roles.

The salary advertised is the bracket available for this position. The actual salary paid will be dependent on your level of experience, qualifications and skill set. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable candidates."