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Automation Engineer

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Recruiter: Huxley
Listed on: 12th May
Location: Bristol
Salary/Rate: £40000 - £45000
Type: Permanent

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A leading established automation services provider is seeking an experienced Automation Engineer to join their growing team in the Bristol area. They offer their customers a complete solution to fulfil the automation of any manufacturing process, working across multiple industries and completing systems of all shapes and sizes, with around half of their projects being in the pharmaceutical industry.The Automation Engineer position would give you responsibility for taking a project from its inception through to final commissioning. This will include documentation, testing, validation and customer support. You will write the initial specifications, complete the PLC software design, be involved with in-house testing, SCADA configuration and seeing the project through to completion on customer site. The key experience you will need is:- PLC Programming experience, either Siemens or Allen Bradley/Rockwell- SCADA experience- Test and commissioning- 3+ years experience in Automation/Controls Engineering This position would provide a salary of £40,000 - £45,000 with 25 days holiday and 5% pension contributions by the company. Overtime is paid at standard rates plus the role offers travel allowance. On average an Automation Engineer adds 10-15% on top of their basic salary, and the highest earners can add up to 25%If you would be interested in this opportunity for a varied, challenging career then please apply for more information To find out more about Huxley Engineering, please visit www.huxleyengineering.comHuxley Engineering, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales