Electrical and Pneumatic Design Engineer

MTS Recruitment
United Kingdom
£30000 - £35000 per annum
13 Apr 2017
12 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Electrical and Pneumatic Design Engineer required to join a company based in the Slough Area.


Responsible for development of electrical and pneumatic systems. As a key member of the team it will be important to communicate well within the team and take the initiative when required.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

1. Development of electrical and pneumatic circuits and parts lists for new and renovated machines. Development of new control systems.
2. Familiarisation with the company`s control systems new and old, including testing.
3. Liaising with suppliers to find appropriate new technologies to incorporate in the company`s machines. Getting quotes to ensure systems are cost effective.
4. Working with assembly and test engineers to fault find and program and test machines.
5. Site visits in accordance with all of the above.
6. Assisting Sales to source parts and prices for new quotations.
7. Staying up to date with CE, Safety and other relevant industry standards.
8. Assisting with development of procedures for control build and testing.
9. Project management and time management to ensure projects, machines and spares are made to schedule.
10. Other duties in line with the demands of the role, as reasonably determined by management.

Qualities & Skills

Happy to work alone or within a team. Excellent people skills, telephone manner. Presentable, hard working, proactive, organised and dependable. Attention to detail and pride in their work. Good knowledge of CAD, PLL Software, SYSOL, Microsoft Office, enjoy learning new systems.

Qualifications, key skills, experience and competencies required

Autocad Electrical
WSCAD - able to read and export
Electrical Engineering
Pneumonic Engineering
Welding Controls
Test Equipment
CE Marking, Machine Build Directive, Machine Safety
Other standards as appropriate

Salary £30,000 - £35,000

Monday - Friday
39 hours per week
Start and finish times are flexible but generally 8.30am 5.30pm
Lunch 12.30 pm - 1.30 pm