We’re looking for a talented Control & Instrument Engineer to join our client's company based in West Lancashire on a permanent staff basis.
What does the job involve?
As a Control & Instrument Engineer, you'll play a crucial role in providing a total project engineering service for capital projects worldwide. Responsibilities include liaising with other engineering disciplines, managing full system designs, preparing design deliverables, managing technical aspects of procurement, overseeing onsite installation, and providing technical support post-installation.
What skills and experience?
- Experience in DCS Design and Instrument Specification
- Familiarity with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and detailed design
- Knowledge of hazardous areas and on-site commissioning
- Ability to conduct Factory Acceptance Testing and interpret P&ID's
- Advantageous skills include Eurotherm DCS, GE iFix SCADA Software, control panel design, PLC programming, and troubleshooting of PLC & SCADA software
What are we looking for?
- Degree level education
- Effective prioritization and problem-solving skills
- Exceptional interpersonal and team-working skills
- Pro-active with a drive for results
- Chartered Engineer Status, or working toward this
What is the pay for a Control & Instrument Engineer?
- Competitive salary depending upon experience
- 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday
- 25 days holiday per annum plus declared public holidays
- Holiday Purchase Scheme (purchase up to 5 additional days per year)
- Flexible working (office and home)
- Private Healthcare Plan
- Management Car Subsidy Scheme
- Management Bonus Scheme
- Group Personal Pension Plan
- On-site car parking
- Canteen facilities on site