|Job Ref:||204703566||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Hampshire||City:||Hampshire||Address:||Post Code:||GU12||Salary:||£35000 - £45000/annum||Post Date:||29/09/2016 02:53|
Control Systems Engineer |
Are you a Control Systems Engineering looking for more responsibility?
No chance of progression in your current company?
Why not join a company that need your experience and will benefit from your skills. My client based in Hampshire is currently seeking an experienced Control Systems Engineer to join their team. My globally recognised client specialise in advanced scientific equipment supplied into the most hostile environments. The Control systems engineer will join the team of 8 experienced and talented engineers.
So what are we looking for? Well due to the size of the team we need someone experienced so they can lead projects. Any juniors or candidates who are not experienced control systems engineers, as much as my advert may excite you, you're not what my client are looking for. A degree is not a necessity though would be desirable. PLCs/SCADA programming is essential. As for a personality, my clients are small but very friendly and would like an engineer just as friendly to fit in.
What do we offer this Control Systems Engineer? Salary is negotiable though unfortunately we cannot offer a £100,000 salary though we can offer up to £45,000 if you are successful. We offer a rewarding bonus scheme, health care, early finish Friday and a great pension scheme though would be hoping you're not looking to use it anytime soon.
This is a great opportunity for a Control Systems Engineer to join a successful rewarding company that is looking for you to fit into their friendly small team. If you think you tick the boxes why not apply and I would happily go through more details.
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