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Electrical Design Engineer

  • Tyrone
  • £25000 - 35000
  • Permanent full-time
  • Updated 11/01/2017
  • Vickerstock
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Electrical Design Engineer (£25-35K - Coalisland)


Job Title: Electrical Design Engineer

Client Summary:
Our client is a leading Company in the Heavy Industry seeking to recruit an Electrical Design Engineer on a permanent basis to join a newly formed electrical team within the broader engineering department.

Electrical Design Engineer - Reporting to:
This is a key role within the team and the Electrical Design Engineer will report to the Engineering Department Manager.

Electrical Design Engineer - Key Responsibilities:

  • The candidate will be required to develop, oversee, evaluate and document new control systems for machinery through research into available hardware, software and wiring practices
  • Working on own initiative and as part of a team to complete assigned projects within an appropriate timeframe and to a high standard adhering to all applicable standards. This will include producing all relevant documentation including, electrical schematics, controller software, BOMs etc
  • Recommend improvements or modifications to existing electrical works if appropriate
  • Liaise with electrical sub-contractors to ensure new designs are implemented
  • Test and validate new componentry and software solutions
  • Assist other departments such as sales and aftersales support as required

Electrical Design Engineer - Essential Criteria:

  • Hold at least a 2.1 Honors Degree in Electrical Engineering
  • Applicants with at least a 2.2 in the above will also be considered if they have relevant work experience
  • Experience with mobile equipment electrical & electronic systems
  • Familiar with mobile equipment control products and programming software
  • Experience in control system and control panel design
  • Sound working knowledge of AC and DC control systems up to 400Vac
  • Experience in producing Electrical Schematics using design software
  • Ability to complete electrical design cycle, from schematic design, parts selection, manufacturing supervision, panel layouts, BOMs, testing, trouble shooting and documentation
  • Willing/able to travel throughout the UK and Ireland and abroad as necessary
  • Understand and following of 3rd party schematics and information
  • Experience in J1939 CAN Bus messaging & controls
  • Project management/project leadership experience

Electrical Design Engineer - Desirable Criteria:

  • Experience with EPLAN for Electrical Schematic Project Development
  • Experience with Danfoss +1 Guide Programming Software
  • Experience with IFM Controls & Codesys Programming Software
  • Familiar with BS EN 13849-1/2 Safety of machinery
  • Familiar with BS EN 60204-1 Safety of machinery
  • Familiar with BS EN 1175-1 Safety of Industrial Trucks
  • Certificate in C&G 2395 Testing & Inspection
  • Familiarity with engine ECU and engine specific diagnostic tools

Salary range: £25-35K
Consultant: Patrick McIlveen
Ref Code: PM893774

The above role is just one of many vacancies that we presently have for Engineering and Manufacturing Professionals. We recommend that you send us your CV today, even if this particular role isn't of interest to you. As we specialise only in Engineering; a number of our Engineering and Manufacturing Clients work with us exclusively, therefore you won't find such vacancies anywhere else but with us!
VickerStock Recruitment is a specialist, focused on engineering roles throughout Europe. Our NI division has over 20 years of experience recruiting for the engineering sector. For additional information on this vacancy and other engineering opportunities contact us on 02890313720 or send a current updated CV in strict confidence using the link below.



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