Systems Engineer

D.A.T.S. Limited
£37,500 - £45,000
25 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
We are looking for a Systems Engineer to join a specialist Engineering client of ours in the Cheshire area. Our client works across the Oil & Gas, Energy, Petrochemical and Nuclear sectors and due to internal growth are looking to add a new member to their existing Engineering team. What does the job involve? You will join a talented team of Engineers and will be required to support the delivery of an expanding portfolio of work for the company's current client base. As the Systems Engineer, you will be expected to demonstrate a good level of technical competency and will: - Carry out maintenance activities on Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) based automation, control and safety related process systems. - Investigate and identify defects, isolate the effected equipment, procure replacements, install new items and return the system to an operational condition. - Participate in the design process and implement modifications to improve the efficiency and reliability of the plant systems. - Panel building and internal wiring, Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), installation, setting to work and commissioning. - Act as a first line call out service to respond to client requests to attend site and repair defects out of normal working hours. - Prepare client documentation, such as user guides, Operation & Maintenance (O&M) manuals, commissioning test procedures, training manuals, etc. to support project handover. - Participate in the estimating process to develop responses to tenders and Requests for Quotations (RFQ). What skills and experience do you need? - HND/HNC in Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Previous PLC control systems experience (hardware and software) - Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems knowledge - Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Emergency Shutdown (ESD) systems and Fire and gas detection systems knowledge - Data communications networks - Serial data communications and Modbus - Panel wiring - Microsoft Office proficient - Ability to develop client relationships and identify new commercial opportunities What are the pay and benefits? £37,500 - £45,000
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