Electrical, Instrumentation & Automation Engineer – Energy Efficiency Systems
Electrical, Instrumentation & Automation Engineer - Energy Efficiency Systems, Dublin (flexible) with international travel
€60/70k plus benefits
You will be required to prepare detailed scope for projects, based on Manufacturing/Process area requests and identify and evaluate automation, data integrity, process and efficiency improvements. You will be responsible for recommending viable alternatives to proposed projects for cost savings or improvements. Define Automation & IT requirements for capital projects and interact with internal & external stakeholders, vendors and contractors. Prepare Automation, IT and Instrumentation cost estimates for projects in conjunction with the Project Team and vendors. The role requires regular international travel.
Our client provides intelligent solutions for energy efficiency and have grown in expertise to become the foremost multi-disciplinary energy services company. Their client base is from the industrial, commercial and retail sectors and they engage in designing innovative energy efficient solutions tailored specifically to each client through examining and modelling their existing processes and equipment in order to implement energy conservation measures. They are rapidly expanding due to unprecedented client demand, expanding their teams with top talent in all business areas.
You must have a relevant 3rd level degree in Electronic, Electrical, Instrumentation, Process Engineering or equivalent. You will need experience with GMP Systems or in a GMP Environment. You have the ability to read, understand and fault find: PLC, BMS, SCADA, DCS code during FATs or on site commissioning. Full technical requirements available on application. Essentially you also have excellent people skills, show a ‘can-do’ attitude with customers and colleagues and are ready to take your career on the next level with a rapidly expanding global business.
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