Control Systems Project Engineer

Control Systems Project Engineer


We are looking for a Control Systems Project Engineer to deliver a range of projects. This role offers the opportunity for regular, world-wide travel.

The right candidate will be someone who is happy being customer facing at times and can design, write and modify PLC and HMI code on various systems (predominantly Allen Bradley). The role involves worldwide travel on average 6 times per year.

The work includes design, testing and modification of process control systems, including writing functional design specifications, writing PLC and HMI controls software, preparing documentation, and performing on-site training, start-up support and commissioning.

  • Writing, testing and fault finding within controls software.
  • Preparing quality documentation (flow sheets, functional design specifications, electrical wiring diagrams, etc.)
  • This will be customer facing as you will be travelling to the client base and corresponding with them - no sales.

Qualifications Experience

  • Degree or equivalent in mechanical, electrical or automation/controls
  • A minimum of 3-years’ experience within a control systems engineering environment.
  • Proficient in designing, writing and modifying PLC and HMI code on various systems (such as Allen Bradley, Siemens, Modicon and similar).
  • Competent in AutoCAD, DraftSight or similar design software.
  • Full driving licence


  • A company credit card
  • Worldwide travel up to 6 times per year
  • Full expenses paid travel
  • Funded extra day accommodation to spend a day after the projects have finished in the country you have visited. This is a great opportunity for someone who loves to travel and explore as  you will go to some fantastic places!
  • A great company culture that is supportive and social
  • Hybrid  with office days in Nottingham when not travelling. Please be aware you will need to be able to regularly commute to Nottingham initially to settle in then it's hybrid
  • Opportunities to work on commissioned testing projects from the likes of Starbucks and other global brands


  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Nottingham: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work


  • Control Engineering: 3 years' experience required

Work authorisation:

  • United Kingdom (required)

Sound like the opportunity for you? Get your CV over to us ASAP as we anticipate there will be lots of interest in this  role.

Click here to submit your CV and apply online.