Instrumentation & Radio System EngineerNycomm Jobs
We're looking for an experienced Instrumentation & Radio System Engineer to join our team in Bristol, at Co-Channel. This role is vital for maintaining our customers' needs in installation and support. We require someone with experience dealing with instrumentation and radio systems. The role will be accompanied with a suitable vehicle for rough terrain and will be based at our office in Avonmouth.
- Job Title
- Instrumentation & Radio System Engineer
- Avonmouth (Bristol, United Kingdom)
- Company Division
- instrumentation, customer support, radio system, engineer
- Up to £29,000 dependent on experience, plus vehicle and company benefits
- Job Reference
- Closing Date
- Fri, 25 Jan 2019
Hours: Full Time 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday (37.5 hours)
Based at our South West region office you will be responsible for supporting Control and Communication / SCADA systems. In addition, you will support the design, installation and commissioning of all aspects of PMR, DMR, telemetry radio and microwave infrastructure.
- HNC Electrical/Electronics or equivalent.
- At least 3 years’ experience of the two-way radio communications industry.
- LV electrical systems installation & maintenance Experience of communications protocols & networks (TCP/IP, MODBUS, Profibus, RS232),
- Control & Communication/SCADA
- Knowledge, experience & understanding of IP based technologies including VoIP.
- Able to work at heights and in confined spaces.
- Able to work under own initiative to deadlines.
- Able to work away from home.
- Competent to produce H&S documentation.
- Full UK driving licence.
- Wireless systems
- RF Principles
- Alternative Power Solutions
- CCNA-Layer 2/layer 3 network topography
- PLC programming Project Management
A full job description is available upon request.
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