Recruitment Drive

InControl is looking for experienced Automation Systems Engineers


Recruitment Drive

If this is you, then we want to hear from you...

You will be an accomplished automation engineer with a good working knowledge of all aspects of systems integration, from automation hardware and software through to field instrument devices and control equipment. You will have been working in the industry in a similar role for a minimum of 5 years.

You will be driven and confident working with modern PLC software applications to an advanced level. You will also be experienced in developing HMI applications and comfortable working with the simpler aspects of modern SCADA platforms.

As a customer facing engineer you will be considerate, respectful and professional in all dealings with our clients yet self-assured and convincing when necessary. You will be equally at ease working as leader of a project, as you are working as part of a team for larger projects.

Naturally, you will be an effective engineer and be committed to successfully completing project deliverables in a timely manner.

Through your studies you will have attained an undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification in a related engineering discipline. If that were electrical or electronic in nature, it would be an advantage.

We would expect that you work regularly with at least one these products, to advanced level, in order of preference:

Rockwell RSLogix5000, Siemens Step 7, Mitsubishi GX IEC Developer, RSLogix5/500, Unity.

You will have experience and be comfortable working with at least one of the following applications, in order of preference:

FactoryTalk View Studio SE/ME, Wonderware InTouch, GE Fanuc Proficy (iFix), RSViews32.

You may also have used an electrical hardware design application, such as AutoCAD Electrical.

If this describes you, then the please take the next step and apply now to register your interest.

European Funding

InControl receives EU funding for a new CRM, ERP and Financial systems project


European Funding

The project was supported through the LEADER Approach in Bolsover and North East Derbyshire, part of the Rural Development Programme for England, which is jointly funded by Defra and the European Union.