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Electrical Controls Engineer

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Electrical Controls Engineer

Location                            South of Cambridge
Employment type             
Full time – 5 days a week in office, will require some overseas travel
Salary                               £55,000 - £60,000 (flex) plus benefits

Did you know that the textile industry is the world’s 2nd largest contributor to chemical pollution and accounts for 10% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions?
I have recently partnered with a new client focused on developing unique clean-tech to help combat chemical pollution within the textile industry. They have developed a waterless digitally controlled dyeing technology, this machine produces no water waste and reduces energy consumption by 85% as compared to traditional dyeing.
They strongly believe that their clean-tech approach will lead to a world with zero pollution from textile dyeing and finishing.

We are currently recruiting for an Electrical Controls Engineer with the following technical skills, experience and capabilities:
  • Able to develop machine control systems
  • Experience with B+R or ABB controls is ideal, may consider experience with other controls systems, and ideally have winding and servo systems experience
  • Must be able to program PLC and PC based industrial control systems from clean sheet starting point
  • Hands on experience with wiring control circuits and site commissioning
  • Understanding of analogue and digital control circuits applied to custom circuit boards an advantage
  • Produce electrical circuits and BOM for complete systems
  • Develop long term strategy for standardised components reducing inventory
Skills and experience:
  • 5 years industrial experience in manufacturing or product development
  • Industries: any industrial area where electronic communication and control is key
If you want to be part of something important, where what you do will make a positive impact in combating climate change and making the planet more sustainable, please get in touch with me by:
  • Sending an email to
  • Messaging me on LinkedIn - Sabrina Velosa | LinkedIn
We can then agree on a time to discuss further and if you have a CV at hand, please send.