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Vanderlande Engineering Night: Controls Project Engineer

Have you always wanted to know how the role of an engineer looks like at Vanderlande? The Vanderlande Engineering Nights gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to become digitally acquainted with the organization and learn more about engineering roles that are interesting for you.

The program includes a company introduction, followed by a presentation about the relevant role with Q&A. On Tuesday 18 May we will be talking about Controls Project Engineers. We conclude this evening with a virtual tour of throughout our Innovation Centre.

We have limited spots available for the Vanderlande Engineering Nights. Therefore we are unfortunately forced to make a selection among the registrations. You will be informed whether you have obtained a spot for the evening in question.

We look forward to meet you!

 

Vanderlande Engineering Night: Controls Project Engineer

Date: 18 May 2021
Time: 19:00 – 20:30 (entrance from 18:45)

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Controls Project Engineer

As Controls Project Engineer you design and program PLC controls for our material handling systems at our office in Veghel, meeting high quality demands on a project basis. During the engineering phase you work closely together with a multidisciplinary project team to deliver a Functional Specification. After that, you are responsible for the detailed design, programming, and testing of the PLC software. When the engineering phase is finished, you will go to the customer site to do the commissioning of the conveyor system. The customer site can be anywhere in the world. When you are looking for a role that allows you to combine controls engineering and travelling around the world then look no further.

Relevant studies:
MBO & HBO
Mechatronics, Industrial Automation, Software & Technology or similar