Job DescriptionAs Electrical Engineer, you will join the System Engineering department, which is responsible for the hydraulic and control systems for IHC IQIP’s equipment. In the preparation and realisation of project deliverables, you will be specifically involved in the development of the control systems. You will report to a Lead Engineer and cooperate with a team of engineers from various disciplines. The detailed engineering and production for the development of (customer specific) one-off products and (new line) prototypes are carried out by suppliers. However, as Electrical Engineer, you will be responsible for:
- the development of control systems and equipment (such as tool control systems and software, power packs and winches, etc)
- managing the development, production, and testing of prototypes at suppliers
- handing over the equipment to internal or external customers
- preparing and distributing relevant documents and certifications
- supporting the Production and Service departments in the event of a malfunction, and commissioning new products.
In this role, you may be required to work at different workshops or in the field, which could involve local travel or be going abroad.
To be eligible for the role of Electrical Engineer, you must have:
- higher vocational education, with at least three years of relevant experience
- Electrical engineering background with experience in control and measuring systems (or equivalent), as well as an affinity for mechanical and hydraulic systems (desirable)
- experience with Electrical CAD systems and basic knowledge of PLC, SCADA and automotive programmable equipment
- understanding of ‘big data’ and its applications
- ability to plan your own work, execute small projects within your discipline and to examine and compose system, loop and interconnection drawings
- experience with creating technical documents and reports, such as design and test specifications
- flexible, result-oriented, stress-resistant and inquisitive nature
- ability to be highly organised, setting up and maintaining article and document structures/archives
- ability to liaise with colleagues at all levels through excellent communication skills
- strong command of the English language, both written and verbal.