Field Automation Engineer

Posted 19 March by AES Easy Apply

Position: Field Automation Engineer

Location: Midlands

Salary: £30,000 to £38,000 (plus Bonus) + Excellent Benefits

If there’s something stopping you from achieving all you’re capable of, you’ll relish a role with a company that will positively encourage you to be pro-active - a real opportunity to release your true potential.

The Company, part of a leading supplier of high quality Robotics & Automation to customers throughout Europe with direct access to one of the finest ranges of production robots in the world. From their base in Midlands, they are able to design and produce solutions ranging from custom end of arm tooling to complete integrated production floors.

Due to continued sustained expansion, they are currently recruiting for Engineers to join their Service Department. Employed as a Field Automation Engineer you will be responsible for the installation, commissioning, maintenance and the support on-site systems to ensure their satisfactory operation.

The Person: Candidates suitable for consideration should be able to provide evidence of the following:

  • A HNC / Degree in Electrical / Mechanical Engineering or similar
  • Able to travel to customers sites both in Europe & America

You will be self motivated, have excellent communication skills both written and oral, be computer literate, and able to work unsupervised and on own initiative.

The successful candidate will enjoy a good basic salary of between £30,000 to £38,000 (plus Bonus) and excellent Benefits / Prospects. An employment package that you would expect from a company that values its employees.

Do you have the courage to take on this challenge?

Required skills

  • Automation
  • Instrumentation
  • Robotics
  • Commissioning Engineers
  • Field Service Engineering

Reference: 33589933

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