Job Opportunity: Control Systems Engineer

Norton Consultants Pty Ltd is currently seeking to employ a Control Systems Engineer with DCS/PLC/SCADA design and configuration experience (especially
CitectSCADA) to join our growing team.
Based in our office in Melbourne, Australia, occasional travel to all corners of Australasia and parts of the Pacific region may be required.
The successful candidate should meet the following requirements:
* Bachelor of Engineering degree (Electrical) and qualifications acceptable for entry to Institution of Engineers, Australia (IEAust). * Minimum 2 years experience in an industrial environment. * Resident in, or be permitted to live and work in, Australia. * Ability to operate within a team environment. * Experienced with trouble-shooting, configuring and programming of DCS, PLC and SCADA hardware and software. * Above-average understanding of control system design strategies. * Able to design, select and trouble-shoot the installation of various types of field instrumentation. * Able to design and trouble-shoot industrial communication systems. * Good working knowledge of low-voltage electrical control and distribution systems.
This position would ideally suit a currently-employed Graduate Electrical Engineer working for a major petrochemical or heavy industry company in Australia or overseas, wishing to expand his/her horizons across a variety of clients and industries both large and small. A salary package of up to A$65,000 will be negotiated with the successful candidate.
If you, or anyone you know, may be interested in this position, could you please send a brief resume and contact details to me at the address below.
TIA, Cameron:-)
-------------------------- Cameron Dorrough Director Norton Consultants Pty Ltd Email: snipped-for-privacy@rmna.com.au Web: www.nortonconsultants.com
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