We are looking for a PLC engineer who points our robots in the same direction. You can do this because you are not just a programmer; you understand how robots think.Our robots need your guidance because you:
- dare to work with a production line full of the latest robots;
- are itching to dive into complicated cases;
- think working abroad offers wonderful opportunities;
- work hard and don't mind putting in the extra time (certainly not in exchange for extra free time);
- already have a fully automated house.
Wat wordt er geboden
a good starting salary per month;
One year a contract at Trigon b.v.. If neither party has any hesitations, a permanent contract at the customer will follow;
a daily allowance when you work on site;
a very favourable overtime arrangement;
8% holiday allowance;
flexible working hours:
internal training, growth and development opportunities.
Wat wordt er gevraagd?
For the job of PLC engineer, you already have the following:
at least 2 to 5 years of experience as a PLC programmer or PLC engineer (for example, in the machine building or process industry);
an University of Applied Science degree in electrical engineering, industrial automation or mechatronics;
experience with PLC software systems, such as Siemens S7/TIA, Allen-Bradley RSLOGIX;
good communicative and social skills;
good communication across borders (at least English).