Controls Project Engineer (PLC) - Warehousing

Job area Engineering
Location Veghel, Netherlands
Contract type Full time

Your position
As PLC Engineer you'll design and program PLC controls meeting high quality demands on a project basis. During the commissioning phase you'll carry out functional testing of the PLC hardware and software. You'll also integrate these in the overall control system. This position involves regular on-site working to commission control and transport systems. Finally, you'll be responsible for project reporting to the Project Leader, and you'll provide on-site user training. During the project you'll closely monitor the available budget and the agreed schedule, and you'll take the appropriate actions when necessary.

Your department
The Project Engineering department is responsible for the execution of projects in which the different components (mechanical and controls) of our material handling systems are implemented. Working under the supervision of a Project Leader, the PLC Project Engineer is part of a multidisciplinary team of Engineers.


Your profile
Successfully completed education at HBO (higher vocational education) level in Electrical Engineering, Industrial Automation, Computer Science or Controls Technology

  • At least 3 years experience in a comparable position is preferred
  • Knowledge of and experience in PLC applications (Siemens S7)
  • Willing to work regularly for extended periods in other countries (up to 50% of your time)
  • Good command of the English language
  • Good command of the Dutch language is preferred

Our offer
In the challenging and responsible position of PLC Project Engineer you'll have the chance to make a significant contribution to the growth and profitability of Vanderlande Industries. Our organisation has been named for several years in a row as 'Top Employer' and 'Best Employer'.
 

We offer a full-time position in an informal and professional working environment with a lot of scope for personal development.

As well as your fixed salary you'll receive the following secondary benefits:

  • 27 days vacation & 13 ADV (working hours reduction) days
  • Flexible working hours
  • Training facilities
  • Travel expenses
  • Comprehensive travel and subsistence allowance
  • Collective pension scheme and insurance facilities for; healthcare, car, WGA (Return to Work Scheme for the Partially Disabled) etc.

Selection procedure

For questions regarding the selection process you can contact Charlotte Rooseboom, Recruiter – 0413-495288

If you are interested in this position, click 'Apply' and upload your resume and cover letter.

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