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BMS Controls Engineer

  • Location:
    Blackburn, Lancashire
  • Salary:
    £35,000 - £45,000
  • Job type:
    Permanent
  • Posted:
    2 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Building Services
  • Deadline:
    June 24, 2024

BMS Engineer / BMS Controls Engineer 

We are looking to recruit a BMS Engineer for an engineering company, based in the North West, working on UK Wide sites. The type of project ranges from District Heating, waste to energy sites, biomass, solar and power storage, offering a decentralized energy production. The company is the leader in Constructing these type projects, managing the construction from initial work win, to design, install, commission and maintain for the product life cycle.

Responsibilities will include –

  • Commissioning and setting to run PLC control systems across various sites in construction.
  • Allen Bradley
  • PLC Programming
  • HMI Graphics
  • Work alongside project engineers and independently to commission and set to run PLC systems across various sites.
  • Excel at fault finding and correction in new and pre-existing installations, using manufacturers data sheet and electrical panel drawings.
  • Establish network communications between all PLC controllers and to SCADA supervisor PC.
  • Communicate effectively through written reporting, Teams Meetings and on-site meetings with the team and wider company.

The right person will be able to:

Demonstrate experience in basic PC or BMS install or programming.

Have a basic understanding of electrical principles and / or electronics.

A working background in construction, industrial or automation would be ideal.

Happy to travel and lodge throughout the UK, sites are based up and down the country, so being mobile is essential for the role.

Summary

If you have an enthusiasm for problem solving, can work under pressure and have the eagerness to learn, this is the role for you. The company is a dynamic, market leading business, with an excellent in house training centre and a well-established controls team for you to join. You will be offered a comprehensive induction programme when joining and have excellent training on an ongoing basis. The controls team will guide and support you, as will the engineering teams on site.