Senior Hardwear Engineer

Ref No. EMP457680
Salary £45,000 - £55,000/annum
Location Telford, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

Senior Hardwear Engineer
Controls and Automation
Experience wit EPlan or AutoCAD E or Solid Works is Essential
Working knowledge of Siemens and Rockwell Platforms is Essential

Important

EPlan Controls, Industrial Automation, Autocad E, Rockwell, Siemens, Robotics

The Job


Senior Hardwear Engineer
Controls and Automation
Telford
£45,000 to £55,000

Family owned leading UK automation solution provider and system integrator.If you would like to work across sectors and continents with global partners then read on.

Purpose of the Role
Overall responsibility of the Hardware Design Department, department strategy including team, software systems, and procedural development. The efficient man management of the Hardware Design Team members, ensuring adherence to current EU, UK standards, company standards and industry best practice.

Experience wit EPlan or AutoCAD E or Solid Works is Essential
Working knowledge of Siemens and Rockwell Platforms is Essential


Job Objectives:
To ensure that Hardware Design Department is efficiently and effectively deployed on all applicable company projects to meet the required project milestones

To carry out detailed electrical hardware design, ensuring adherence to all appropriate industry standards and regulations and in accordance with customer specifications

Complete all design calculations as required on a per project basis, including power, short circuit, volt drop, heat dissipation

Provide a high-quality service to customers, whilst delivering hardware design drawings in line with the Company's Philosophy & Electrical Design Standard. Including but not limited to Layouts, Schematics, Cable Schedules, BOM's, Labelling, Coordinating the manufacturing, test, despatch of designed items

Maintain the Company's reputation as a leading-edge systems integrator


Responsibilities of the Lead Hardware Engineer:

Line Management of the Hardware Design Team resource

Supervision and mentoring of Hardware Design Team

Quality checking of drawings produced by the Hardware Design Team

Production of accurate drawings, to include but not limited to, schematic, panel layouts, system architecture and cable schedules for the projects

Produce drawings which are economical to the needs of the job in hand and are economical in the use of materials and methods of production available

Ensuring design and production standards and processes of the Hardware Design Department are observed and applied

Continuous development of the Hardware Design Team and platforms used

Commercial management of Hardware Design Team, hours & planning

Ensuring team output is delivered in-line with project milestones

Coordinating with Manufacturing & Test to provide answers to any questions that arise during the manufacturing process

Comply with all relevant standards and work to the Company's ISO9001:2008 registered quality procedures

Developing and managing the technical practice and hardware standards of the Company

Identifying and assessing the value and capability of new or additional technologies and communicating these to other teams such as sales, quotation, and system engineers

Identifying, providing, and facilitating solutions to the Engineering Department for technical hardware related problems

Give help and guidance to others on all matters concerning the design and production of the equipment

Management of the Hardware Design software including but not limited to EPlan, AutoCAD E and Solid Works

Management of the Hardware Design package(s) renewal licence agreements


For more information please contact Kieran Duggan at Matchtech

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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