Trainee Electrical Design Engineer - Brighouse

West Yorkshire
Engineering & Manufacturing
Trainee Electrical Design Engineer
Display Salary:
Circa 25K doe
Date Posted:
20 Apr 2018
Vacancy Type:
Job Description

A well established family business based in Brighouse have a modern manufacturing facility and are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of swarf conveyors, swarf management systems, central conveyors systems and coolant filtration systems supplied to machine tool applications industries worldwide.

On their behalf  we are looking to recruit a -

Junior/Trainee Electrical Design Engineer to join their design office and carry out the duties associated with issuing electrical parts for machine builds, including producing CAD drawings, parts lists and other material to meet customer specifications.

We invite applications from Electrical Design Engineers with a minimum of ONC or equivalent in an electrical engineering related field ideally coupled with experience of using AutoCAD, excellent knowledge of electrical principle and an ability to understand customer and technical requirements.

Produce detailed electrical wiring schematics and panel layout drawings including selecting components, connectors and cable types/sizes as appropriate.

Produce Bill of Materials.

Produce PLC/HMI software (Codesys).

Review panel build against drawings.

Ensure compliance of design with customer and legislative requirements.

Assist with troubleshooting during machine build process.

Occasionally assist with installation/commissioning.

Liaise with suppliers regarding components and improvements.

Liaise with in-house personnel as required to resolve build and design issues.

Updating of electrical schematics following machine build.

Knowledge of inverter drives, micro PLCs and level/pressure sensors useful.

Knowledge of Solidworks 3D an advantage.

The hours of work are Monday to Thursday 7.30 am - 4.30 pm and 12.30 pm finish on a Friday

Salary circa 25k dependant upon experience.

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