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up to £45k DOE
Glasgow / South Lanarkshire
Job Title: Controls Engineer
Are you passionate about revolutionizing production and manufacturing through cutting-edge control systems? Are you ready to turn visionary ideas into reality? We're seeking an exceptional Controls Engineer to join our customer at a state of the art facility, just outside of Glasgow
Our client are pioneers in pushing the boundaries of control systems. We're a team of forward-thinkers, united by our commitment to excellence and innovation. Our mission is to lead the industry with state-of-the-art control solutions.
Innovate and Design: Create, develop, and provide support for state-of-the-art control systems tailored for production and manufacturing.
Collaborative Vision: Partner with departmental leaders to assess existing control capabilities and identify future opportunities. Develop comprehensive project roadmaps aligning with our business objectives.
Technical Expertise: Proficiency in PLC programming (Siemens/Allen Bradley) and robot programming (ABB/Fanuc/Kuka). Integration of machinery and ability to read/write electrical drawings are paramount.
Project Management: Oversee end-to-end project execution, from planning to implementation, ensuring seamless integration of control systems.
Communication Maven: Effectively liaise with contractors and Project Planners, ensuring smooth coordination and timely project delivery.
CAD Proficiency: Utilize CAD software to design and optimize control solutions.
Pneumatic Prowess: Apply your expertise in pneumatic systems to enhance control processes.
Proactive Approach: Take the lead in identifying opportunities for improvement and streamlining control processes.
Experience in PLC programming (Siemens/Allen Bradley)
Proficiency in robot programming (ABB/Fanuc/Kuka) (does not have to be all 3)
Strong integration skills
Ability to communicate effectively with contractors and Project Planners
Project management expertise
Electrical experience (reading/writing electrical drawings)
Pneumatic systems knowledge
Excellent computer skills
Strong communication abilities
Reports to: Technical Manager
If you're ready to embark on an exhilarating journey of innovation and control systems, we want to hear from you! Be part of a team that's redefining the future of production and manufacturing. Apply now and let's shape tomorrow, today!
Please note all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK
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