Electrical Controls Engineer

  • Location
    Wimborne, Dorset
  • Salary
    £ 40000 - £ 50000 / Year
  • Category
    Engineering, Aerospace, Automotive - Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Engineering, Aerospace and Automotive
  • External Reference

Electronics Controls Engineer

Adecco Poole's dedicated Engineering and Manufacturing recruitment team are delighted to be assisting one of our prestigious Manufacturing clients who supply to the Aerospace, Automotive, Medical and Electronics industries with their search for a Electronics Controls Engineer.

The role will be based in Wimborne and is permanent, full time.

Role and Requirements

The Primary role of an Electrical Controls Engineer is to design and develop all aspects of the electrical control systems for bespoke automated machinery. Also responsible for the installation and technical support of PLC and Robot based hardware and software.

Day to day interaction with the other members of the site manufacturing team(s) Effectively communicate with all seniority levels within the business and counterparts of the parent company

Monitoring of the project(s) Controls element of the master planning to enable swift response(s) to timing slippages Understand and work to the project(s) timing and budget allocation


This role is paying between £40,000 to £50,000 per annum

What Next

For more information regarding this position please contact Adecco on 01202 202810 or apply here.

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Please apply with your CV to: james buller