Job Description

Would you like to work for a successful engineering company who specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of compressors, blowers and vacuum pumps?

Working as a Control Systems Engineer you will:

  • Design and edit compressor control system philosophies (Duty/Standby and Lead/Lag) to suit customer's requirements.
  • Program PLC controllers (LOGO and S7's) and manage the companies change to B&R Automation studio (B&R training available).
  • Implement the addition of Iconn, remote condition monitoring hardware (serial and bus coms) to new and existing compressor sets.
  • Create functional descriptions/procedures for specific projects.
  • Produce all electrical schematics and panel drawings required for contracts/ manufacture.
  • Review and advice on electrical panels and wiring.
  • Produce a full range of layout detail drawings and planning documents to contract specifications.

To be successful, we're looking for:

  • Strong PLC / Control Systems Engineer background ideally programming Siemens or similar platforms from scratch.
  • The ability to fault find and modify code.
  • A Time served apprenticeship or relevant engineering qualification.
  • An understanding of electrical technical drawings.
  • Excellent problem solving and communication skills.
  • Experience with control panel wiring, Industrial standards and commissioning


£35,000 to £40,000 pa basic salary with pension and health care plan. Holiday is 33 days including all statutory and public holidays.

Commutable from: Birmingham, Worcester, Kidderminster, Royal Leamington Spa, Solihull, Smethwick and Coventry.

Apply now to be considered for this role.

Please note, if your application is suitable, one of our consultants will call you within 5 working days. If you have not heard from us within this time, your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful, however we will keep your details on our talent management system to consider you for future opportunities.

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