Electrical Design Engineer

Midlands
Permanent

Electrical Design Engineer

Permanent – North Staffordshire – £32-38k + 8% pension contribution + bonus

Samuel Frank Associates have been instructed by a North Staffordshire based system integrator to find a new addition for their controls team. We are looking for an Electrical Design Engineer who has a demonstrable track record in control panel design who also has wider project experience such as electrical testing, commissioning and documentation writing expertise.

Key aspects of the Electrical Design Engineer include;

  • Control system design experience with systems comprising of PLCs, Variable Speed Drives and/or MCCs
  • Experience with AutoCAD Electrical and/or EPLAN
  • Ability to fault find and diagnose problems with electrical circuits
  • Testing of control panels and control systems (workshop and on site)
  • Ability to produce detailed test documentation
  • Familiarity with machinery safety requirements (e.g., BS EN ISO13849)
  • Experience with purchasing hardware
  • Ability to undertake site surveys for current projects or for tendering activities

The client is a small & very well-established system integrator. This means the successful Electrical Design Engineer could potentially have a big impact on the team, whilst progressing into a more senior role.

The client’s customers are predominantly based in the North of England and Wales, so any site work will involve short term visits rather than spending weeks/months away at a time.

They have customers in various sectors including chemical, water and steel so they’re not tied to one industry; giving them opportunities to expand in growing industries if one sector they operate in slows up.

The client’s premises are easily commutable from the following locations – Stoke, Congleton, Crewe, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Leek, Middlewich and Nantwich.

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