DCP PLC Programmer

  • Thuringia, Germany
  • €50 to €55 per hour
  • Posted 71 days ago

DCP PLC Programmer – Contract – Germany – 3-6 months – €50-55

Our Customer based in Europe is actively hiring experienced PLC Programmers with strong working knowledge of Rockwell and Siemens S7 PLC, as well as previous DCP standard programming experience.

As a leading International turnkey solutions provider they are looking for proactive and flexible engineers with a strong working knowledge of DCP programming standards experience to support, installation and commissioning activities to an automotive project based in FORD Cologne, Germany.

As a PLC Programmer you will be responsible for providing PLC and HMI software development, commissioning and support activities to a leading automotive manufacturing site. Predominately using Rockwell and Siemens S7 PLC software, you will work in a cross functional team developing and debugging equipment to achieve uptime and machine cycle times.

Responsibilities of a PLC Programmer include;

> Designing and developing PLC & HMI Software for new control systems
> Analysing data and presenting findings in written reports
> Working collaboratively with electrical engineers, process engineers and other staff
> Liaising with customers, suppliers and contractors
> Assisting in the development of new business proposals

To be considered for the role of PLC Programmer you will require a minimum of 5 years working experience of development and commissioning of PLC and HMI Software. Previous experience of working such automotive projects with FORD and JLR’s DCP standard is essential.

The role of PLC Programmer offers a competitive hourly rate, negotiable depending on previous relevant experience. Visa Sponsorship for this position is not available.

For more information please apply here or contact Matthew Wells at Talos directly by phone on +44(0) 2392 315 087 or via e-mail at matt@talosautomation.com

STR Limited is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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