Electrical
Southampton

Engineer

Ref: 581| Posted: 17th May 20182018-05-17

First 2 Recruit is working on behalf of our client in Southampton who are looking to add an Electrical Maintenance Engineer to their team. This is a full time, permanent position with an immediate start date available, offering a competitive salary.

Hours of work are 6 - 2 pm and 2 - finish, rotating. 

 

Required skills and experience;

  • Diploma in Engineering with Electrical/Electronic Discipline
  • Training/Certification for PLC
  • Experience/training/certification in SCADA control systems.

 

Experience required to be considered for the role of Electrical Maintenance Engineer;

  • Experience with PLC/packaging equipment
  • Knowledge of planned/preventative systems
  • Knowledge of Health & Safety - desirable, to conduct risk assessments/authorise permit to work.

 

 

 

 

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