Electrical Design Engineer

DATS are looking for an Electrical Design Engineer to join our client on a permanent basis. The client is based in Central Cheshire and is an SME with some 20 employees. The client has been in business for over 30 years and manufactures chemical dosing systems which are exported throughout the world.

Role: Electrical Design Engineer
Position Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 + benefits
Location: Cheshire
Industry: Manufacturing
Reference: HQ6081
Date Posted: 11/05/2017

What does the job involve?

As the Electrical Engineer, you will work alongside their existing engineer and be trained and developed by them over the next couple of years. After which you will take on the complete responsibility of developing the functional design specification for the organisation’s systems. In addition, you will become responsible for all the Electrical and Instrument design on their product range. This position is a design role but the engineer does not need to possess CAD skills.

All the companies output is effectively bespoke and individually designed to meet their client’s requirements. Some simple requiring nothing more than electrical wiring but others are more complex with control panels containing PLC’s.

You will need to enjoy a small business environment and a moving one as well!  Generally, it is only 6-8 weeks from order received to delivery.

What skills and experience do you need?

  • HNC + qualification
  • 5 + years’ experience in a similar industry
  • Previous experience with control panel design
  • Excellent communication skills

What are the pay and benefits?

£30000 – £35,000 + benefits.

If you feel this opportunity could be a fit for your skills and experience, please reply to this advert and one of our Consultants will contact you to discuss the role in more detail. Recruitment processes with our Clients usually move quickly and successful applicants will advance to interview stage promptly. Regrettably, only applicants who demonstrate the required experience outlined in the advert will be contacted.

If successful, candidates will need to prove eligibility and legal entitlement to work in the UK.