Control Systems Development Engineer – Power Generation
Employment Type: Permanent
Salary:£38000 - £40000 per annum
Control Systems Development Engineer – Kent
Up to £40,000 p.a. + Benefits
We are looking to speak with Engineers who are skilled strongly in C&I with hands-on experience of controls systems including DCS and/or CMMS, ideally with a background in anything from power stations/water treatment/energy from waste/recycling.
Our client can offer an attractive basic and benefits package, holiday, overtime rate and bonus.
- Active involvement in corrective/preventative/development maintenance of DCS (Distributed Control Systems) to include CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems).
- Carry out risk assessments at the site – an Energy From Waste power station in Kent.
- Ensure subcontractors attending the site are inducted safely.
- Act as Authorised/Nominated Person within the limits of their competence.
- Assist in implementation of equipment upgrades.
- Active involvement in daily use of implementation of equipment.
- Key member in planning, execution and completion of planned outages.
- ONC/HNC qualified in either Electricals/Controls/Instrumentation/IT.
- Ideally complete apprenticeship in a related industry. 2-5 years experience.
- Previous CMMS experience desirable but not essential.
- Ideally specific IT/DCS/PLC/Controls.
- Ideally experience on Profibus systems.
- Knowledge of 3 phase systems.
Benefits to You
- Overtime x1.5 basic rate.
- Mobile phone.
- Pension (contributory 6%)
- 25 days holiday.
- Bonus achieved on completion of training module.
To apply for this role, please forward your CV to Chris Smith, Alecto Recruitment, email@example.com or call 02392 539 772 in strict confidence.
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If your experience matches please forward your CV immediately.
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