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Location: Telford, United Kingdom
Salary: £30,000 – 50,000 (Depending on experience) + Benefits
You hear it on daily basis at the moment, “automation is taking over!” Yes and no. Yes in the sense that manufacturing and production processes are becoming either semi or fully-automated in order to keep up with the imminent Industry 4.0, ‘no’ in the sense that we still need people in order to make this happen.
A growing robotic & automation systems integrator are looking for PLC programmers at different levels as part of their commitment to the customers as well as to help facilitate the growth they have planned for the next 12-24 months. As a PLC programmer, you will be responsible for developing and writing logic from scratch using industry standard PLC software. You will also be responsible for setting up controls for robotic applications both at the facility and occasional travel to customer sites within the West Midlands.
Ideally, you will currently be working as a PLC programmer, Controls Engineer, PLC software engineer or similar within an automation environment, preferably for automotive customers however other industries will be considered too, i.e. Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, and Industrial.
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