What's your 10 year plan?
As a whole you know that progression for Systems Engineers isn't what it once was. But we're working with a business that's changing that - You can even ask the system integration manager, he started as a support engineer 8 years ago and hasn't looked back.
You'll be working for a business unit that's part of a £150m turnover MEICA contractor, and primarily offers PLC and SCADA solutions alongside MCCs and control panels.
You'll be a control systems engineer with full project lifecycle experience, the newly designed systems are Siemens S7 and WinCC via TIA Portal, but training is available so any experience of other legacy PLCs (Mitsubishi, Allen Bradley etc.) would be a big benefit.
So if progression is the name of the game, hit apply or contact me on LinkedIn - Mark Ingoe at Brownlee Dean