Principal Controls Engineer (Electrical & Instrumentation)
£80,000 – £90,000 Negotiable + Car Allowance + Bonus + Blue Chip Company
Are you an experienced electrical and instrumentation controls engineer looking to be recognised as a go-to expert, for a globally renowned company, that you would be proud to represent?
Leading projects in electrical and instrumentation services on cutting edge machinery and equipment , you will play an integral role in ensuring company contracts are completed to a high standard for clients such as Shell and Heineken. As a go-to principle controls engineer you will be a key member of the team working directly with the project manger to define the projects goals and objectives.
On offer is the opportunity to work for an engineering company who provide specialist electrical and Instrumentation services solutions to a range of world renowned engineering, construction, commissioning and maintenance companies. This global company delivers quality services through continually investing in their employees as evidenced in the last 18 years of operations.
The company continually invests in its operations, which has led to rapid growth to become the UK’s market leader.
Directs performance measurement activities on all facets of the project-engineering, contracts, materials and equipment procurement and construction
Responsible for designing and developing reports associated management tools to identify problem areas and recommend corrective action as the project proceeds
Reviews draft construction contracts for adequacy of cost and schedule requirements
Identifies, analyses and provides innovative solutions to cost engineering and planning/ scheduling problems
Reviews and approves all project cost forecasts and progress reports
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We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable candidates. The salary advertised is a guideline for this position. The offered renumeration will be dependent on the extent of your experience, qualifications, and skill set.