|Job Ref:||204757734||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Limerick||Address:||Post Date:||08/10/2016 04:15|
We are working closely with one of the largest companies in Ireland to recruit an experienced Controls Software Engineer to join them on a 12 month contract based in Limerick.|
The role itself will involve working closely across all departments to find solutions to any software issue and to implement change to exisiting processes and programmes using a variety of control systems that include Siemens, Allen Bradley, Pilz safety PLC.
The Key Responsibilites for this role are:
* Develop Functional and Detailed Design Specifications from User Requirements.
* Develop code from Functional and Detailed Design Specifications.
* Debug code using test and live equipment.
* Fault-find complex equipment.
* Maintain comprehensive documentation of code developed by self or others.
* Develop, debug and validate Control System software programs.
* Analyse, understand, fault-find and modify software programs written by other developers.
Skills and Experience:
* Solid background working with various controls and PLC systems.
* Able to debug, develop and validate control systems software programmes.
* Experience working within a pharmacuetical or medical industry will be highly advantagous.
* Strong ability to analyse complex problems.
* Manage Mutlpile tasks.
Degree in a relevant engineering practice is highly desirable however other equivilent qualifications will also be considered.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Controls Software Engineer to join one of the largest companies in Ireland.
Apply now as interviews will be held shortly with starts available ASAP.
Carbon60 is acting as an employment business in relation to this role.
The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency