Electrical / Electronic Engineer Grad – Full Time –

Engineering

Graduate Electrical/ Electronic Engineer

We’re looking for Graduate or graduate + 1-2 years experience ( ideally) to join our Stockport based client on a permanent basis. Our client is a Control Systems manufacturer who supply into process, nuclear and oil and Gas . They have more recently invested into the Rail industry and this sector is growing fast. The role is within the part of their business.

Job Purpose:

Working with the Principal Engineer and Rail Systems colleagues to assist in the development of allocated projects to ensure the technical, safety and quality requirements are achieved, in the most efficient manner and within the specified timescales.

Responsibilities

To assist in the design and build of engineering solutions to customer specifications.

Liaise with customers to determine their requirements and assist them in the development of their control systems requirements.

Assist in project work to ensure timescales and customer expectations are met.

Assist in the design of panels and electronic circuits.

Programming of PLC’s.

Programming of PLC microcontrollers.(PIC)

Type testing to current regulations.

Soldering and building of circuit boards.

Liaise/communicate with clients, providing progress and feedback as and when required.

Assist in the development of company design standards applicable to engineering.

Ensure compliance with all Quality Assurance Procedures and current legislation / standards.

When deadlines are not achieved analysis of events and feedback to Senior Management to identify problem areas and prevent re-occurrence.

To keep abreast of industry developments and technical changes.

Skills and experience

Degree qualified Ideally with some work experience

Pay and benefits

£20-22K

DATS is an equal opportunities employer that promotes and celebrates diversity in the workplace.

Salary: £20000 – £22000/annum benefits

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Stockport, Greater Manchester

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.