|Job Ref:||204619853||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Gloucestershire||City:||Lydney||Address:||Post Code:||GL15||Salary:||£43000/annum + Benefits||Post Date:||05/10/2016 02:15|
E&I Engineer, Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer - Lydney - upto £43k DOE |
As the leader in their field this Global company is looking to recruit an Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer/ E&I engineer. The successful candidate will have strong management and leadership skills and will enjoy an excellent working environment and be working for a company committed to investment and quality.
This large manufacturing company based in Lydney, Gloucestershire, recognise the importance of building strong relationships with their clients and suppliers and staff pride themselves on how successfully they achieve this. You will be working as part of a large and progressive engineering team.
As the Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer / E&I engineer you will report into the Engineering manager and be responsible for:
Providing the technical and management expertise necessary to direct, lead and support a skilled team providing an Electrical and Instrumentation service to the relevant department functions of the site, which will enable the department to operate at a level of availability and performance within agreed standards.
Ensuring that maintenance / reliability programmes and project upgrades are carried out efficiently and within budgets. Ensure that Capital, Revenue and Maintenance programmes are carried out efficiently and within budgets
The successful candidate for the role of Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer / E&I engineer will have :
Plc programming and software design to include Siemens S5, S7 and Portal, Mitsubishi.
Codesys programming experience
DCS programming and platform experience
In return the successful Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer / E&I engineer will receive a salary of up to £43,000. You will also receive a match pension contributor pension (Stakeholder) up to 5%. This is a Monday to Friday role, 8.00am to 4.00pm. One week in every 8 you will work a weekend for which you receive time off in lieu