Graduate Control Systems Engineer

18000.00 - 25000.00 GBP Annual + GBP18000 - GBP25000/annum
03 Aug 2017
31 Aug 2017
Job Type
Contract Type
Job Title: Graduate Control Systems Engineer
Location: Rugeley
Salary: GBP18k - GBP25k pa
Ref No: RLB789

The Ultimate Engineering Challenge awaits you!

An opportunity for a Graduate Control Systems Engineer with a passion for engineering and the integration of software systems, to join my clients expanding team delivering customer-orientated solutions within the manufacturing, utilities industries.

As a Graduate Control Systems Engineer will be an enthusiastic self-starter with an eye for detail and excellent communication skills. They should be looking to build a career within a growing Systems Integration company and be ready to work on a wide range of projects for our customers operating in across many different market sectors.

As a Graduate Control Systems Engineer you will be responsible for the following:

• Design and develop solutions using a variety of applications, standards and technologies to meet our customer commitments
• Identify and correct issues in solutions through formal test practices
• Document solutions to company and customer standard
• Provide on-site installation, commissioning, start-up services, and application training for our solution
• Delivery of project milestones aligned with customer requirements, schedule and quality expectation

As a Graduate Control Systems Engineer you will have the following experience:

• BSc. Computer Science, BEng. Electronic\Control Engineering, or equivalent degree
• Knowledge of SCADA and PLC systems
• As a recent graduate you will demonstrate your passion and commitment to a career in an engineering environment, showing an aptitude for the design and development of industrial control and monitoring systems using a range of hardware and software products, augmented with custom development
• Workplace or University project experience using PLCs, SCADA, Historian, MES or similar will prove advantageous
• Demonstrable knowledge and experience of software systems and their interaction with a wider, networked world will be essential