|Job Ref:||204767336||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Greater Manchester||Address:||Post Code:||BL1||Salary:||£23000 - £30000/annum £23-30k + o/t for nights/weekends||Post Date:||11/10/2016 04:09|
Electrical Design Engineer - Special Purpose Machinery - Greater Manchester - Permanent - £23-30k|
Samuel Frank Associates require an Electrical Design Engineer to join a small team of Engineers for a key client in the Greater Manchester area. The successful Electrical Design Engineer will have an excellent background in designing controls systems within automation. Use of AutoCAD for Electrical design is essential to this role. Some PLC programming and software experience would also be beneficial but not essential.
This position could suit someone with a years experience from a Sandwich year at University right up to someone with 5-6 years commercial experience. Electrical Design Engineers with experience of designing systems for special purpose machinery will be well suited to this opportunity.
The role of Electrical Design Engineer requires -
Electrical design of control systems using AutoCAD Electrical
Assist with site commissioning when required
Liaise with customers and provide telephone support
This role will suit someone who is passionate about control systems and passionate about delivering a great product and service to customers. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who not only has the technical knowledge but also has a genuinely good work ethic coupled with a great attitude. Clichés aside the role requires someone with genuine "get up and go" and a flair for design.
The client is a small and growing business and they operate on a flexible basis with their employees. They can tailor projects and packages to individuals depending on what the applicant is looking for and what they're looking to achieve.
The role is easily commutable from Manchester, Lancashire, Bolton, Bury, Blackburn, Rochdale, Oldham, Stockport, Huddersfield, Halifax and Burnley