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Graduate Technical Support and Commissioning Engineer

CB4, Milton, Cambridgeshire
14/08/2019 (10:05)
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Graduate Technical Support and Commissioning Engineer 

Joining our client as a Technical Support Engineer you will be working as part of the Maintenance Engineering team, reporting into the Engineering Manager. This is a unique and newly created position providing an exciting opportunity that, when you’re not providing support on site at Cambridge, will see you enjoy Global travel installing and commissioning our clients new technologies! Travel will be spent both Globally and in Europe approximately 1 week of every month, so flexibility is key for this position!

You will have the opportunity to work with a dedicated and highly skilled team of Engineers on site alongside being given the opportunity to develop your technical expertise in a start-up environment with the strength of a global organisation! This role is perfectly suited to Graduates that are wanting to work within a manufacturing environment and have ideals of making this role their own alongside an understanding and ability to troubleshoot and test around PLC’s. 

You will have the opportunity to support a team that designs solutions for industries including; Advanced Printing, Food and Transportation. Our applications are used in the activation of component materials, additive sintering, disinfection and glueing.

As an Engineer you will be given the freedom to use your theoretical and practical knowledge to carve a role for yourself, whilst given the autonomy to manage your own individual projects.  You will be supported in your works as an Engineer but also given the freedom and opportunity to use your own initiative and shine in your own merit by bringing new ideas to the table. 

By joining our client’s team, you will benefit from the wealth of knowledge that the Technical Director holds, who has been with the organisation for over 20 years. We are proud that our client maintains excellent staff retention through offering career development and opportunities to consistently utilise your own ideas.

The Role:

•    Test and troubleshoot new equipment and systems 
•    Support the acceptance tests on-site and at customer installations
•    Supporting the install and commission the equipment at the customer sites
•    Provide input to the design and manufacturing expertise of the team
•    Investigate equipment, techniques, materials and hardware for new products
•    Give technical customer support where required
•    Project manage specific small projects

What we are looking for:

•    Technical Degree/HNC or similar experience in electrical/controls engineering
•    Knowledge/training or experience in testing and understanding of PLC’s
•    Confident in front of the customer
•    Practical knowledge of standard manufacturing and engineering processes
•    Good communication skills – able to work across team/across functions
•    Strong organisational and problem-solving skills 
•    Excellent attention to detail

Our wish list!

•    Experience in an Electrical/Controls Engineering role
•    Experience in PLC programming such as Siemens S7
•    Any SCADA or HMI knowledge would be highly beneficial
•    Experience in any of the following technologies would be advantageous - plastics, polymer, Composites, printed electronics, thin film coatings or display industry

The Package!

Location: Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge    
Hours: 8.30am – 17.00pm Monday – Friday (flexibility may be offered)
Salary: Up to £30,000 per annum + 10% of salary bonus 
Benefits: 25 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, discretionary annual bonus 10% of salary, Pension Scheme, life assurance, Private Health insurance  

If you have not received a response within 3-5 working days, unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful. Busy Bee Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency for this Permanent vacancy.

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