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Controls Engineer

Employer
Zest
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
18 Jan 2022

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Are you an Electrically Biased / Controls Engineer who has recent Food / FMCG / Pharmaceutical / Packaging experience and is seeking a new challenge within the Food Industry?

Ideally, you will have recent experience in a similar role; programming PLC's (Siemens, Allen Bradley, CLX), an understanding of food / control processes and a relevant Electrical Qualification (Level 3).

Key responsibilities:
-Provide technical support to on-site Maintenance Electricians, ensuring continuity of production
-Work closely with Automation Team Lead to review and develop the existing automation strategy
-Identify and implement continuous improvement projects in isolation and with Maintenance Team
-Support and assist the development Production and Site Utilities Engineering Teams

This is a Monday-Friday (office hours with early finish on a Friday) role, offering a competitive, salary, annual leave entitlement, pension, medical benefit, various discounts at leading retailers and training and development opportunities.

To find out more please click 'Apply' or contact Oli Edwards on (phone number removed) or at (url removed) for a confidential chat.

Zest are food manufacturing recruitment specialists, who offer a more thorough and reliable recruitment service within the food and drink industry.

As you know over here at Zest we like to do things properly and always want to keep you, the candidate in the loop. Applying to this 'one of a kind' role you give Zest permission to hold your information. If you want to know more about how Zest look after your personal information please visit our privacy policy on the website (url removed)
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