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At Adsyst we understand that our continued success is down to our dedicated team, therefore we invest time and effort in each individual; training and assisting with their personal and professional development, helping them build on their weaknesses and encouraging their strengths.

Our staff not only benefit from ‘on the job’ training we also offer opportunities to progress through the company and choose the direction of their own career. In addition to this we offer extremely competitive salaries and an enviable benefits package.

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Yateley, Hampshire

We are currently recruiting for the following Engineering positions at this office:

 

SCADA SYSTEMS ENGINEER

The SCADA Engineer will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar environment and good knowledge of SCADA systems, in particular Wonderware / AVEVA System Platform, FactoryTalk View SE or WinCC, and knowledge of instrumentation & process control automation.

Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • The configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA software
  • UK Site commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)
  • For Lead positions we would look for the ability to manage and motivate a team of engineers to get the best output.

Required Skills / Experience

  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical qualifications
  • Certified AVEVA Engineer or Wonderware System Platform training with 2 years+ experience
  • Good verbal and written communication
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Desirable Skills (training may be provided where appropriate)

  • Wonderware Historian Configuration Experience
  • Experience of SCADA configuration packages such as Siemens WinCC, Rockwell FTViewSE, Schneider ClearSCADA.
  • Experience of PLC Programming (Rockwell or Siemens)

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

 

LEAD PROJECT ENGINEER / CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER

As a Lead Control Systems Engineer, you will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, software programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

As a Lead Engineer, you will be responsible for managing and motivating a team of engineers to get the best delivery output.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar environment and good knowledge of PLC’s, SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation products.

Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • Configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA/HMI & PLC software
  • UK Sites commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)
  • To manage and motivate a team of engineers to get the best output.

Required Skills / Experience

  • Previous control system experience ( 5 years+ )
  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical qualifications
  • Experience with Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC’s

OR

  • Experience of SCADA systems like Wonderware, Iconics, ClearSCADA, etc. would be beneficial
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK
  • Good verbal and written communication

Desirable Skills (training may be provided where appropriate)

  • Certified Profinet Engineer,
  • Certified Profibus Engineer,
  • Tender/Quote experience and Commercial understanding
  • 18th Edition Wiring Regulations City & Guilds 2382
  • Panel design and manufacture or electrical installation experience (using CAD or ePLAN)

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Company car available: EV models including Tesla model 3 and Volkswagen id.4
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst holds key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

 

PROJECT ENGINEER (Control Systems Engineer)

The Project Engineer will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar environment and good knowledge of PLC’s, SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation products.

 Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • The configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA & PLC software
  • UK Site commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)

Required Skills / Experience

  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical qualifications
  • Good verbal and written communication
  • Previous control system experience ( 2 years+ )
  • Experience of PLC programming of at least one of – Rockwell / Siemens / Mitsubishi PLCs

OR

  • Experience of SCADA development of at least one of – Wonderware System Platform, Rockwell FTViewSE, WinCC, ClearSCADA, Iconics
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

** For applicants with less than 2 years experience we would consider a trainee role.

Desirable Skills (training may be provided where appropriate)

  • Tender/Quote experience and Commercial understanding
  • 17th or 18th Edition wiring Regulations City & Guilds 2382
  • Panel design and manufacture or electrical installation experience (using CAD or ePLAN)

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

 

APPRENTICE CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER

We are currently seeking hardworking, resourceful candidates to join our dynamic team at our Yateley office as an Apprentice Trainee Project Engineer to be involved in the full life cycle delivery of control system projects. This role will incorporate software design, implementation, testing and undertaking of on-site commissioning where necessary.

The success candidate will be given training and mentoring, gaining experience and knowledge of PLC’s, SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation.

The apprenticeship will be run through Farnborough College of Technology on a day release and the course is Level 4 Automation and Controls Engineering Technician:

https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/apprenticeship-standards/automation-and-controls-engineering-technician-v1-0

Responsibilities will include

  • Reading design specifications and technical drawings
  • Assisting with the creation of detailed functional design specifications (FDS)
  • Configuration of control system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification and testing of SCADA & PLC software
  • Site installation and commissioning
  • Customer facing position

Whilst the majority of the work will be within standard working hours this operational role requires you to be flexible and can occasionally have a need to travel to sites which might include an overnight stay.

Entry requirements & Skills

The successful candidate will have a strong interest in Control System Engineering with the role requiring a self-motivated, practical problem solver with good communication, IT and English literacy skills. Ideally the candidate will need to have a full UK licence or be learning to drive due to the nature of the site based work.

You will need to be proactive and a flexible team player who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment and will take a methodical approach to tasks, ensuring attention to detail. Entry requirements include –

  • GCSEs grade C/4 or above including Maths and English
  • Level 3 Qualification in Engineering and Manufacturing
  • Good verbal and written communication
  • Self-motivated and ambitious with a real interest in driving your career forward in the automation industry
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply for one of our apprentice positions, please go to: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-736111

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently recruiting for the following Installation positions at this office:

ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE / PROJECT TECHNICIAN

We are currently seeking hardworking, resourceful candidates to join our dynamic team at our Head office in Yateley, Hampshire as an Electrical Apprentice. The course on offer is City and Guilds Electrotech apprenticeship qualification (5357) that is being carried out at Farnborough College of Technology from September 2022 as a day release. For more information on this course see: https://www.cityandguilds.com/qualifications-and-apprenticeships

Duties include:

  • Design, develop, install and maintain electrical control systems and components to specification
  • Reading design specifications and technical drawings
  • Aiding in the production of detailed functional design specifications (FDS), method statements and risk assessments (RAMS).
  • Chance to learn the production of PLC software
  • Chance to learn the production of HMI / SCADA software
  • Site installation and commissioning
  • Customer facing position

Whilst the majority of the work will be within standard working hours this operational role requires you to be flexible and can occasionally have a need to travel to sites which might include an overnight stay.

You will need:

The successful candidate will have a strong interest in Electrical Engineering or ideally some practical experience. A good understanding of electrical diagrams for control panel wiring or electrical installation would also be beneficial.

The role requires a self-motivated, practical problem solver with good communication skills. Ideally the candidate will need to have a full UK licence or be learning to drive due to the nature of the site based work.

Other Desirable Qualifications / Experience / Knowledge

  • Previous experience in a service & support, electrical installation or maintenance role or a strong interest in a career in electrical engineering
  • Electrical design including EPlan or equivalent would be advantageous.
  • Control Panel design, manufacture or electrical installation skills.
  • Experience of equipment installation and commissioning.

Package

  • Day release to college on City and Guilds Electrotech qualification (5357) apprenticeship, includes AM2 and 18th Edition
  • JIB issued ECS card (Apprentice card while training, Gold card upon completion)
  • Competitive apprentice salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently recruiting for the following IT positions at this office:

APPRENTICE IT TECHNICIAN

We are looking for an Apprentice IT Technician that will install and maintain computer systems and networks aiming for the highest functionality. You will eventually be able to “train” users of the systems to make appropriate and safe usage of the IT infrastructure.

A successful IT Technician must have great troubleshooting abilities and attention to detail as well as good communication skills.

The apprenticeship will be run through Farnborough College of Technology on a day release and the course is:

https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/media/4683/st0973-information-comms-technician-standard-publish.pdf

https://www.farn-ct.ac.uk/course/level-3-information-communications-technician/APICT/

Responsibilities will include

  • Set up workstations with computers and necessary peripheral devices (routers, printers etc.)
  • Check computer hardware (HDD, mice, keyboards etc.) to ensure functionality
  • Install and configure appropriate software and functions according to specifications
  • Develop and maintain local networks in ways that optimize performance
  • Ensure security and privacy of networks and computer systems
  • Provide orientation and guidance to users on how to operate new software and computer equipment
  • Organize and schedule upgrades and maintenance without deterring others from completing their work
  • Perform troubleshooting to diagnose and resolve problems relating to internal IT infrastructure and individual user IT issues (repair or replace parts, debugging etc.)
  • Maintain records/logs of repairs and fixes and maintenance schedule
  • Identify computer or network equipment shortages and place orders
  • Maintain and carry out regular backups of the IT infrastructure
  • Maintain health of IT infrastructure (servers, workstations, printers, network peripherals and other IT peripherals and devices)
  • Maintain and update company website
  • Maintain, develop and administrate company intranet sites and management systems
  • Provide IT support to internal teams which may include on-site activities including server/workstation set up, network configuration and client system troubleshooting

Entry requirements & Skills

  • GCSEs grade C/4 or above including Maths and English
  • Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication ability
  • Outstanding organisational and time-management skills
  • UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently not recruiting for any Sales positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently recruiting for the following Support positions at this office:

 

ACCOUNTS / ADMIN ASSISTANT (Part time)

We currently has an exciting opportunity for an Accounts / Admin Assistant to join our team. You will take an active part in the day to day running of the office, with particular emphasis on the accounting aspects ensuring all information is accessible to the necessary people.

Duties include:

  • To input purchase invoices onto Sage
  • Assist with chasing debtors
  • Maintain purchase orders on to Sage
  • Input credit card receipts into Sage
  • Document control
  • Stock and equipment – To assist with booking in and out of stock and internal equipment
  • Assisting with expenses when required
  • Maintain holiday and sickness records
  • Manging the business fleet of vehicles; booking repairs, MOTs, servicing, health checks and taxing vehicles
  • Attending training sessions (both internal & external) when required
  • Any other task as requested by management

Additional Responsibilities – primarily undertaken during colleague’s annual leave:

  • Visitors – Make sure that they sign in and have a Visitors pass and drink
  • Make sure kitchen is kept clean
  • Purchasing internal supplies for kitchen and lunches.
  • Preparing lunches for clients
  • Taking post
  • General Administration Filing- Duties including scanning, filing and post
  • Answering phones and door, take messages where necessary

You will need:

Full and comprehensive training will be provided; however, applicants should possess the following:

  • Experience in a similar previous accounts role would be highly beneficial
  • All applicants must have knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel as minimum
  • Full UK driving license and own vehicle is essential
  • Have a fastidious attention to detail
  • Genuine interest to develop organisational skills

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme

Part time position: Hours required are 15-20 hours over 5 days

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

Stafford

We are currently recruiting for the following Engineering positions at this office:

 

CONTROL SYSTEMS PROJECT ENGINEER

The Control Systems Project Engineer will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar environment and good knowledge of Siemens or Rockwell PLCs as well as other SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation products.

Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • The configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA & PLC software
  • UK Site commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)
  • For Lead positions we would look for the ability to manage and motivate a team of engineers to get the best output.

Required Skills / Experience

  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical qualifications
  • Good verbal and written communication
  • Previous control system experience ( 2 years+ )
  • Experience of PLC programming of either Siemens S7 and / or Siemens TIA Portal and / or Rockwell Automation Logix platforms.
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Desirable Skills

  • Experience of SCADA configuration packages such as Siemens WinCC, Rockwell FTViewSE, Wonderware InTouch / System Platform, Schneider ClearSCADA.
  • Experience of other PLC Programming such as Mitsubishi / GE / Omron.

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

 

GRADUATE / JUNIOR / TRAINEE CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER

Fantastic opportunities have arisen offering Graduate / Junior Engineers the opportunity to work on and make a difference delivering projects. Adsyst are a company who will support you to achieve your full potential. The Graduate/Trainee Control Systems Engineer will be working on large and complex projects within the automation industry, you will be involved in the full development lifecycle incorporating software design, implementation, testing and undertaking of on-site commissioning where necessary.

Desirable Qualifications / Experience / Knowledge

  • Degree qualified in an applicable engineering/scientific/IT discipline or equivalent
  • Knowledge of PLC’s along with SCADA would be ideal, however appropriate training will be provided where required
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Strong organisation skills
  • Self-motivated and ambitious with a real interest in driving your career forward
  • Ideally hold a UK driving licence
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently not recruiting for any Installation positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any IT positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any Sales positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any Support positions at this office. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

Peterborough

We are currently recruiting for the following Engineering positions at this office:

 

CONTROL SYSTEMS PROJECT ENGINEER

The Project Engineer will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar environment and good knowledge of PLC’s, SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation products.

 Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • The configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA & PLC software
  • UK Site commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)

Required Skills / Experience

  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical qualifications
  • Good verbal and written communication
  • Previous control system experience ( 2 years+ )
  • Experience of PLC programming of at least one of – Rockwell / Siemens / Mitsubishi PLCs

OR

  • Experience of SCADA development of at least one of – Wonderware System Platform, Rockwell FTViewSE, WinCC, ClearSCADA, Iconics
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

** For applicants with less than 2 years experience we would consider a trainee role.

Desirable Skills (training may be provided where appropriate)

  • Tender/Quote experience and Commercial understanding
  • 17th or 18th Edition wiring Regulations City & Guilds 2382
  • Panel design and manufacture or electrical installation experience (using CAD or ePLAN)

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • Overtime / expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently not recruiting for any Installation positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any IT positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any sales positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any Support positions at this office. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

London

We are currently recruiting for the following Engineering positions at this office:

 

LEAD / SENIOR CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER

As a Lead Control Systems Engineer, you will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, software programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

As a Lead Engineer, you will be responsible for managing and motivating a team of engineers to get the best delivery output.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar environment and good knowledge of PLC’s, SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation products.

Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • Configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA/HMI & PLC software
  • UK Sites commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)
  • To manage and motivate a team of engineers to get the best output.

Required Skills / Experience

  • Previous control system experience ( 5 years+ )
  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical qualifications
  • Experience with Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC’s

OR

  • Experience of SCADA systems like Wonderware, Iconics, ClearSCADA, etc
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK
  • Good verbal and written communication

Desirable Skills of one of more of the following would be beneficial (training may be provided where appropriate)

  • Certified Profinet Engineer
  • Certified Profibus Engineer
  • Tender/Quote experience and Commercial understanding
  • 18th Edition Wiring Regulations City & Guilds 2382
  • Panel design and manufacture or electrical installation experience (using CAD or ePLAN)

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Company car available
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

 

CONTROL SYSTEMS PROJECT ENGINEER

The Control Systems Engineer will be responsible for the full life cycle delivery of the project in both technical compliance and quality. Attending meetings with clients to discuss the design, surveys, programming, configuration, testing and commissioning.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a maintenance/ electrical background or similar environment and good knowledge of PLC’s, SCADA, HMI, variable speed drives and instrumentation products.

Duties include:

  • Writing detailed functional design specifications
  • Configuration of system architecture, network connections
  • Modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA & PLC software
  • UK Site commissioning (which may involve short periods away from home)
  • For Lead positions, we would look for the ability to manage and motivate a team of engineers to get the best output.

Required Skills / Experience

  • Software Engineering Degree and/or Electrical Qualifications
  • Good verbal and written communication
  • Previous control system experience (2 years+)
  • Experience of PLC modifications of at least one of – Rockwell / Siemens / Mitsubishi PLCs
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Desirable Skills

  • Experience of SCADA modifications of at least one of – Wonderware System Platform, WinCC, ClearSCADA, Iconics
  • Tender/Quote experience and Commercial understanding
  • 17th or 18th Edition Wiring Regulations City & Guilds 2382
  • Panel design and manufacture or electrical installation experience (using CAD or ePLAN)

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN ENGINEER

The Electrical Systems Design Engineer will be responsible for the delivery of electrical drawings, procurement and identification of equipment/ components and will manage site surveys and installation works.

This role will be working alongside other control system project engineering staff. The ideal candidate will show good communication and written skills, will either be well educated with relevant qualifications or have previous experience in a similar environment.

Duties include:

  • Authoring and configuring system design documentation, network architecture drawings, electrical drawings and general arrangements
  • Aiding in the production of detailed functional design specifications (FDS)
  • Identification and procurement of electrical equipment and instrumentation
  • Managing and completing site surveys, site installations and commissioning (which may occasionally involve periods away from home)
  • Chance to learn the production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA & PLC software

Qualifications / Experience / Knowledge

  • Electrical Engineering degree or equivalent experience
  • JIB ECS Black Card (Desirable – Adsyst can help obtain this)
  • Experience in electrical design including EPlan or equivalent
  • Knowledge of automation and control system design
  • Knowledge of control panel design, manufacture and installation
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently recruiting for the following Installation positions at this office:

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN ENGINEER

The Electrical Systems Design Engineer will be responsible for the delivery of electrical drawings, procurement and identification of equipment/ components and will manage site surveys and installation works.

This role will be working alongside other control system project engineering staff. The ideal candidate will show good communication and written skills, will either be well educated with relevant qualifications or have previous experience in a similar environment.

Duties include:

  • Authoring and configuring system design documentation, network architecture drawings, electrical drawings and general arrangements
  • Aiding in the production of detailed functional design specifications (FDS)
  • Identification and procurement of electrical equipment and instrumentation
  • Managing and completing site surveys, site installations and commissioning (which may occasionally involve periods away from home)
  • Chance to learn the production, modification, testing and commissioning of SCADA & PLC software

Qualifications / Experience / Knowledge

  • Electrical Engineering degree or equivalent experience
  • JIB ECS Black Card (Desirable – Adsyst can help obtain this)
  • Experience in electrical design including EPlan or equivalent
  • Knowledge of automation and control system design
  • Knowledge of control panel design, manufacture and installation
  • Clean UK Driving License
  • Must be eligible to work in the UK

Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (Rising to 30 after 5 years service)
  • Company bonus scheme (after 1 year service)
  • Private Health Scheme (invited to join after 1 year service)
  • Access to our Wellbeing programme
  • Working from home available
  • Access to our Training Hub
  • Free parking
  • Access to company vans or pool cars
  • Access to Perkbox (https://join.perkbox.co.uk) This gives employees access to discounted shopping, eating out, cinema and even holidays
  • Quarterly social events and team building days
  • TIL / Overtime and expenses scheme
  • Adsyst hold key worker status

 

To apply please send your CV to opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

We are currently not recruiting for any IT positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any Sales positions. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

We are currently not recruiting for any support positions at this office. Please check back soon as we update this regularly.

Think you have what it takes?

If you are interested in any of the above opportunities please send your CV through to:

opportunities@adsyst.co.uk

No agencies please