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Control Systems Engineer

Job Description

Earthstream are proud to be working with a leading provider of engineering & control systems solutions to a prestigous client base in Intelligent Transport, Highways, Airports and Power industries to recruit Control Systems Engineers based from their Derby office

Job Role: Control Systems Engineer

Location: Derby

Salary: £30,000 - £45,000 pa

As a Control Systems Engineer your remit will include:

Working as part of a team who are responsible for the design, implementation and testing of control/integrated digital systems including traffic detection and management, ventilation and pump control, life safety systems, incident management and many more.

What you will bring to the company:

  • Ability to program a variety of PLCs using Ladder Logic, Function block or Statement List methods.
  • Ability to program and configure SCADA software packages and User Interface mimic design.
  • Have a high-level of competency in programming languages ranging from C, C++, C#, SQL, VB and VBA.
  • Understanding of design and configuration of IP networks.
  • Competent at design and testing of ELV electrical panels.
  • Degree/HND in control, electrical, electronic or software engineering.
  • Have 2 years' experience in delivering control/integrated systems using some of the desired skills listed above.

What they promise to offer:

In addition to a generous salary, you can expect to receive some other great benefits too.

  • 33 floating holidays to take when you like with your entitlement increasing by an additional 2 days every 5 years.
  • Paid overtime.
  • Company performance related bonus.
  • Wellbeing benefit - a monthly instalment made in addition to your salary to contribute towards anything that makes you happy.
  • Pension scheme.
  • Anniversary celebrations it is important to us that we celebrate the commitment and value people have brought to our business over the years.
  • Social events - If there is one thing about PDS, it is that we love to get social, so this is a big part of our culture.
  • Hybrid working - If the pandemic taught us anything it's that we don't need to be in the office 5 days a week, every week, helping towards a not only a positive work life balance but a healthier planet.
  • Flexible working giving you the ability to finish at 1pm on Fridays.