Controls Engineer – Chiller Manufacturer.
£44,000 + Paid Travel (OTE: £65,000+)
An industry leading major chiller manufacturer are currently seeking an experienced controls engineer to join their team in a dedicated BMS / Controls position.
Applicants may be from either a chiller service background or a dedicated controls & BMS background.
The role is a specialist position, which will require the following, on a day to day basis...
- Commissioning of controls projects.
- Site upgrade/modifications.
- Chiller sequence controllers.
- Perform site surveys.
- Serial interface cards;
- Troubleshoot site issues
- Liaise with Customers and Project Engineers.
- Install interface cards and download programs
- Expected to adapt to the many diverse aspects of Controls.
You will be expected to be a focal point for customers, along with fellow engineers, offering training and technical support when required in order to resolve any issues and develop the commitment to the client.
The successful applicant will be required to carry out the required works across London and the South East. The majority of work is within the M25.
On offer is a fantastic basic salary, of up to £50,000 with paid travel time on top, making this a very lucrative position! There are unlimited O/T opportunities, a choice of fully expensed car or van, life insurance, medical care and high pension (7%), along with endless career progression and growth opportunities.
About Your Recruiter..
I entered the industry in the early 2000's joining Daikin Applied (then McQuay) as an apprentice upon leaving school before progressing into a senior engineering position within the industry. In 2013, I made the crazy decision to recruit for the industry, working with both leading manufacturers and specialist service providers. I know good candidates deserve great roles, and more importantly I realise the value employers place in their staff whilst out there representing their company. Being from the tools myself, you don't need to worry about the usual recruitment sales pitch nonsense here!