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Electrical Systems Engineer







Date added

6th July 2020

Job Description

Need some Monday morning motivation?

If you’re looking for a role that you’re excited to get out of bed for, keep reading..

One of our biggest clients are looking for an Electrical Systems Engineer to join the Industrial Power Systems Division carrying out engine and power system development work. This role will support the Electronics, Controls and Instrumentation service. You will be contributing to the successful implementation and maintenance of equipment and processes that facilitate the development of current systems, as well as the creation and deployment of new systems.

You’ll be one of the most versatile Engineer’s around and be the “go-to” person when it comes to leading projects, developing control and measurement techniques for future power system technology testing. You will have responsibility of designing and developing electrical systems and control systems, complex fault finding, liaising with the technician group, collating findings into technical reports and designing any improved modifications to the plant, test rigs and equipment.

What’s required:

50% people person, 50% technically-minded – if you’re good with customers (internal/external) and you’re able to translate requirements into technical designs, identify root cause and develop solutions, then you’re 100% of what we need! As an Electrical Systems Engineer, we’re looking for degree qualified Engineer’s with relevant experience in engine/power system development or an automation testing lab environment.

Experience & skills:

 Experience of working in an engine test cell environment

 Collaborative approach to working, effectively communicate with engineers and technician I technical investigations

 Relevant experience of electrical systems, control systems, and data capture systems

 Excellent attention to detail and a focus on quality

 Proficient in PC operation for engineering software

If you’re interested, click apply and we’ll be in touch.