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EC&I Engineer

LocationSalaryTypeWorking Hours
WFH/Ulverston£40-50,000Permanent40hrs pw (Flexi)


The EC&I Engineer designs, develops, tests and supports electrical power control systems, along with associated documentation, for existing and future products. They participate in the development of new and existing power and control system design with the aim of reducing complexity and cost, improving maintainability, and increasing performance. The role is based from Ulverston, Cumbria with a requirement to travel to client sites around the UK and abroad as and when required. Working from home candidates will be considered for the role.


  • Involvement in full product life cycle, including system specification, design, build, test, commissioning, documentation, customer acceptance and field support
  • To provide expertise in power and control system design, implementation, and systems integration
  • Development, test and implementation of new power and control systems to fulfill requirements and maintain market lead
  • Need to understand documents outlining system and equipment specs/functionality
  • Design and production of electrical & control system schematics as required
  • Creation of Functional Design Specifications in conjunction with other Engineers (Mechanical, Hydraulic, Software, Electrical/Electronic)
  • Support manufacturing team for system builds and commissioning on projects
  • Creation of customer training material and delivery
  • Machine Risk Assessment and design of safe equipment
  • FMEA/FMECA analysis
  • Design reviews & Project reviews
  • Checking of drawings as part of design quality procedures
  • Creating and updating bills of materials
  • Maintain and update parts database
  • Production of Commissioning & Factory Acceptance Testing documentation
  • Production of User Documentation
  • Follow company quality procedures
  • Ensure all relevant technical standards and specifications are adhered to for full technical compliance without supervision outside of departmental guidelines.
  • Liaise with Mechanical, Hydraulic, Software, Electrical/Electronic, and Project Engineers to ensure correct interfacing between different aspects of products



  • Commissioning Support
  • Research and development activities
  • Involved in working away/abroad/offshore
  • Provide support for existing system



  • BEng (Hons) Degree in Electrical Engineering (Minimum 2:1)
  • 3-5 years of relevant experience
  • Expertise in motors, starters, and drives
  • Electrical power distribution systems design
  • 1ph & 3ph systems
  • Fault calculations
  • Sizing and selection of power system components (Motors, Drives, Transformers, Switchgear etc)
  • Electrical safety systems
  • Control & Instrumentation systems and devices
  • Understanding/knowledge of electrical standards
  • Distributed control systems design
  • Experience of machine control systems / automation
  • Practical experience/background essential
  • Autodesk AutoCAD
  • Oil &Gas/Subsea/Marine engineering background (Desirable)
  • High Voltage systems design (Desirable)
  • HVAC systems (Desirable)
  • Familiarity with Electrical DCS / SCADA systems (Desirable)
  • Ethernet, MODBUS, RS485 and RS232 communications (Desirable)
  • Fibre optics (Desirable)
  • Understanding of hydraulic schematics (Desirable)
  • Autodesk Inventor (or similar) (Desirable)
  • Experience of Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical (Desirable)



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