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Control Panel Wireman/Engineer

  • Salary: £9 - £12 per hour

  • Location: Watton

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  • Reference: 39228379

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Control Panel Wireperson/Engineer

Location – Watton

Working Hours – Monday-Friday – 39 Hour Working Week

Salary – £10-£12 p/h

 

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Control Panel Wireperson/Engineer with a leading global organisation on a full-time permanent basis.

 

Our client design and manufacture heating and control solutions used across hazardous and harsh environments.

 

As a control panel wireperson/engineer not only will you be responsible for the wiring of doors, backplates and control panels you will also be involved within the fitting and assembly of the parts as well.

 

The roles of a Control Panel Wireperson/Engineer for assembly include:

 

  • Fitting and assembling of control panels
  • Fitting of trunking and din rail to fasten back-plate components.
  • Marking out of back-plate and door by cross referencing GA, label diagrams, product specification sheets
  • Create multiple bayed-enclosures and ensure that all enclosures have related gaskets to conform with the relevant IP rating.
  • Manufacture of copper-work for power and earth systems to IEC 61439.
  • Install door components as well as the related door labels.
  • Attach support rails ready for wiring.
  • Fit completed doors to the cases and install the correct MCCB/Isolator handles

 

      The roles of a Control Panel Wireperson/Engineer for wiring include:

 

  • Wiring of all back-plates and door control cables whilst referring to the wiring schematics and data information sheet.
  • Ensure the correct cable crimps/ferrules are fitted and that the cables are correctly marked up with the correct cable identification.
  • Install earth cables throughout the enclosure into to the earth bar and check that all removable covers are connected.
  • Connect mains power cables ensuring that all cable and cable lugs are of the right size, type and are identified correctly.