01224 211211

Control Systems Engineer - Aberdeen

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Our client; an innovative Oilfield Equipment Manufacturer currently has an opportunity for a Control System Engineer to join their Aberdeen team

To join a team developing new equipment for the subsea oil and gas industry.

As part of a team they will be responsible for completion of the conceptual design, detail design, testing and production of electronic, hydraulic and mechanical equipment.

Experience/Qualifications Required Degree qualified in relevant discipline 10 years of offshore/subsea engineering

  • Understanding of hydraulic systems
  • Understanding of electrical and electronic systems
  • Practical hands on experience of control system build and test

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Design of control systems in line with customer specifications
  • Design of control system components
  • Generate reports
  • Generate concept models and drawings (layouts, assemblies, detail, client etc)
  • Generate procedures (assembly, test etc)
  • Mathematical analysis of problems
  • Co-ordinating subcontractors
  • Perform test build of new equipment
  • Perform prototype testing
  • Advising on ordering of equipment for new tools and development work
  • Participate in design reviews
  • Support internal and external customers on technical queries
  • Maintain design files & related documentation
  • Maintain high standard of personal safety in the workplace, advise safety & senior staff of hazards, potential hazards & incidents, reporting as required

Should this position be of interest to you, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss this role


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Scott Leonard

Scott Leonard

In my current role I lead our Technical, Engineering, Sales & Marketing and Supply Chain teams alongside managing some of our key clients.

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