Climate Change Control Systems Engineer (Entry Level)

Totnes, England
£25,000 per year – Permanent
Monday to Friday 9am - 5:30pm

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  • Graduate role at a small yet dynamic environmental tech company

  • Use skills from your Control Systems Engineering degree to develop solutions for climate change

  • Great starting salary of £25,000 plus share scheme, parking and train travel costs covered and IET career development

Are you a climate change warrior? Are you interested in making a difference to our planet?

We’re looking for a climate change aficionado for a new Climate Change Control Systems Engineer job at an impactful environmental tech company. Do you want to be part of the most important engineering challenge of our time?

If you have a passion for change and dream of a career in engineering, this is your chance!

Climate Change Control Systems Engineer role overview:

You’ll be working in a small team of climate change experts, so will not only be able to prove yourself quickly but learn from your colleagues. You'll build great relationships with key customers and liaise with the site team and if you can't bear to be stuck behind a desk all day you will be out and about on many a site visit. You'll design, develop, integrate, and commission the company's cutting-edge control solutions, these projects are interesting, challenging and maybe most importantly fun!

You’ll report to the Commercial and Technical Directors receiving support and training to develop yourself in this exciting role.

This is a full-time role based in Totnes, Devon, have you ever dreamed of working by the sea? Then look no further!

Climate Change Control Systems Engineer responsibilities:  

🎨 Programming PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers)

✍️ Parametrising Control System Components

🚀 Checking panel wiring against design drawings

🧠 Factory testing completed units

Climate Change Control Systems Engineer must-haves:

  • A Degree in Control Systems Engineering (BEng and/or MEng)

  • Good problem solver, good listener, honesty and integrity

  • Skills required are Electrical Engineering, Panel Wiring, PLC control systems programming, IT skills

Climate Change Control Systems Engineer nice-to-haves:

  • Driving licence

  • Panel wiring

  • Electrical industry experience

  • Remote communications and communication protocols

  • Modbus

Climate Change Control Systems Engineer benefits:

  • A great starting salary of £25,000

  • Parking and train travel costs covered

  • Employee share scheme available

  • Flexible working outside of core hours and your birthday off!

If you’re an eco-enthusiast looking to jumpstart your engineering career - apply to this Climate Change Control Systems Engineer role today! 

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Job details

Salary: £25,000 per year

Location: Totnes, England

Working hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 5:30pm

Contract: Permanent

Role: Assistant

Start date: 20/10/2022

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How our hiring process works

The hiring process is expected to last around 6 weeks - between a job opening for applications and someone being offered the job.

Week 1

You apply and perfect your profile. We'll be in touch within 3 working days.

Week 2

Tasks are sent out to candidates that pass the initial screening.

Week 3

The employer reviews the tasks and decides which candidates to interview.

Week 4

First interviews take place.

Week 5

Second interviews take place.

Week 6

The top candidate is chosen and a job offer is made.

Communication and feedback

  • We won't leave you hanging. We'll update you about your progress throughout the hiring process.
  • No ghosting! If you're unsuccessful in your application, we'll let you know as soon as we can.
  • Feedback: If you submit a task or participate in an interview, we'll do our best to ensure that the employer gives you feedback to improve for next time.

Equal opportunities

DigitalGrads is committed to being an equal opportunity recruiter. All qualified applicants will receive consideration regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith, disability or other. We are continually finding ways to improve the way we work, and regularly review our recruitment practises.