Service Care Solutions Ltd

Electrical Control Panel Builder

About The Company

My client are an established design and manufacturer of bespoke, capital equipment solutions for the Food processing industry.

Due to continued growth, they are looking to recruit an Electrical Engineer / Control Panel Builder to join the business.

The Control Panel Builder will be responsible for fitting out, wiring and testing bespoke control system panels, following provided layout and wiring drawings, ensuring work is carried out to appropriate company standards.

You will also be responsible for identifying and assisting with resolving any issues found during the manufacturing process alongside the engineering design team.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Control Panel Builder, Control Systems Engineer, Electrical engineer looking to progress their career into PLC / HMI Programming, and the company will support full training and development in this area.

Electrical Control Panel Builder - Package Details

  • £35,000 to £45,000 dependent on experience

  • Full Training & Development for Progression to Electrical Software Engineer

  • 40 Hour Working Week (Overtime paid in excess of 40 hours)

  • 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays

  • Pension Scheme

  • Free On-Site Parking

Electrical Control Panel Builder - Experience Requirements

  • Ideally Educated to a minimum HND level in Electrical Engineering or hold a relevant electrical apprenticeship

  • Ability to read and interpret Electrical and Mechanical drawings and schematics

  • Previous experience within Control Panel Build, Maintenance and Repair environment with a strong understanding of mechanical maintenance

  • Ability to fabricate, assemble and fit electrical and pneumatic components for various mechanical and electrical systems

  • Skilled in using hand and power tools

  • Strong desire to progress and train in the areas of PLC and HMI Programming

Electrical Control Panel Builder - Key Responsibilities

  • Fabricate, fit and assemble electrical and pneumatic components for various electrical and mechanical systems, ensuring accurate records of all maintenance work are completed.

  • Repair malfunctioning mechanical and electrical systems

  • Participate in planning, product and development meetings

  • Troubleshoot and stress test products to minimise problems or recalls

  • Experience of panel testing / fault finding

  • Install and wire control equipment

  • Be willing to undertake ongoing in-house and external training to upskill in PLC logic

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