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Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer

  • Job type: Job Type: Permanent
  • Job reference: : Job Reference: EIENRR
  • Location: Location: England, United Kingdom
  • Sector: Sector: Energy From Waste, Renewables
  • Salary: Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: Date Posted: 06/09/2016
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Our client is one of the UK's leading and most recognised Biogas innovators within the Renewables market and are looking to hire a highly skilled Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer. This position is field based covering the UK and pays a competitive salary of £35,000-£45,000 per annum + bonus scheme, pension and other company benefits and annual leave.

This role will offer the chance to be part of a fantastically motived team while the company will offer unrivalled career development and training in order to help progress the successful applicant's personal progression.

Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer duties and responsibilities;
* Performs varied electrical engineering assignments requiring a good working familiarity with electrical and control systems.
* Performs PLC programming and PLC fault finding.
* Carries out installation and commissioning of electrical and control systems.
* Reviews the work of other application engineers for technical accuracy, completeness and adherence to contract documents and statutory requirements.
* Refers difficult or complex matters or decisions to senior managers.
* Project / Site management of individual jobs, including personnel management, corresponding and liaising with clients, complying with the company QA system, documentation, record keeping and reporting.
* Extensive travel within the UK and occasional European travel will be required.

Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer desired experience;
* Sound knowledge of process equipment, machinery, controls and instrumentation.
* Sound knowledge of Siemens PLCs
* Ability to design electrical, instrumentation and control systems for hazardous areas
* Ability to specify and select PLCs, control panel components and field instruments for hazardous areas
* Ability to formulate PLC programs
* Experience with installation, commissioning, fault finding and repair of electrical systems, PLCs, control and instrumentation in hazardous areas.
* Ability to train customers on operation and maintenance of their equipment.
* Ability to prepare technical documentation and proposals to present and negotiate with clients.

For more information about this role please contact our London office