- Job Type:
- £20k - 30k per year + Benefits
An exciting opportunity has become available for a Instrumentation Technician to join a rapidly growing, global leader and innovator in onshore and offshore load measurement and monitoring systems.
A core part of the role is visiting client sites - be they Victorian bridges and buildings needing monitoring or repair, or some of the countries newest and most prestigious bridge projects.
The role may also potentially include some offshore (wind turbines) and international travel.
The Instrumentation Technician role is a great way to get to know the business and the industry as a whole.
You'll get a hands-on view of everything from: how sensors are designed and built; problem solving how to install monitoring equipment in some of the world's most challenging locations; and how, and why, monitoring assets is so important and why this sector is growing so quickly.
In terms of potential next steps beyond this role and career progression, previous Instrumentation Technicians have gone on to: senior Commissioning Engineer roles; more research-based Engineering roles; Project Management roles and General Manager roles here in the UK and abroad, so it's a great stepping stone to growing into a larger role, if that's what you're looking for!
You will be responsible for:
- Supporting delivery of projects in the office and in the field.
- Support in the build and test of our equipment.
- Safe delivery of site works to install equipment.
- Work as part of the team to install our structural health monitoring software and systems in a variety of environments - some more challenging than others
- Safe delivery of scope in line with agreed scope and Project Manager / client expectations.
- Reporting progress on jobs in a timely and professional manner.
You will have the following knowledge, skills and experience:
- Interest and/or a basic understanding of the fundamentals of sensors and monitoring systems, their design and installation.
- Ability to support testing of equipment.