Are you an experienced and qualified Electrical Designer seeking your next opportunity? If so, we could have the role for you….
We have a great opportunity for an Electrical Designer to join our team working on Clients sites across the UK with visits to our office in Peterborough required on occasions.
Musk Process Services is a leading engineering company that supports many blue-chip manufacturers across several industrial sectors. We are a growing organisation, comprised of brilliant people providing a range of engineering services and are always looking for new faces to join our high calibre teams on exciting projects.
We provide a strong health and safety culture and for motivated employees, ample personal development opportunities.
You will design electrical panel and field installations, from concept to on-site commissioning relating to automated control systems.
You will use AutoCAD to generate panel layouts and bills of materials, electrical control schematic diagrams, instrument loop diagrams, PLC wiring diagrams and I/O schedules, machinery safety circuit design and risk assessments to BS EN ISO 13849/60261. You will also prepare commissioning & technical documents and carry out LV distribution and cable calculations (using Amtech software).
This role involves travelling to different sites across the UK therefore a clean driving license is essential.
There are strong opportunities for career progression within the Company.
Working Hours: 40 Hours per week (Monday-Friday). Some overtime may be required.
Skills and Experience
You should have a strong electrical design background, within an industrial (manufacturing) environment and be familiar with safe working practices.
A strong knowledge and experience of on-site commissioning relating to automated control systems is highly desirable.
An understanding of component SIL and machine PL ratings would be an advantage, however training can be provided
You must have knowledge / experience of machine safety and safety circuits, AutoCAD and PLC control wiring systems, instrumentation and motor started control types
It is essential you possess an electrical qualification (i.e. City & Guilds / BTEC / NVQ3 / HNC), together with and a City & Guilds 17th or 18th Edition.
Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required.