Careers at ESC
ESC benefits from a longstanding workforce that has expanded to 19 colleagues enjoying a happy, open environment, where contribution is noticed and appreciated, and career progression is supported.
We are invested in supporting our employees to enhance their own skills, with continuous development and training opportunities available for all. We can support you to develop your abilities, enhance your career, and encourage the positive growth of our business.
Due to recent growth we have the following vacancies available.
As a Control System Engineer, you’ll join our team of electrical, mechanical and software designers working on a variety of projects in the semiconductor, defence, food, packaging and automotive industries.
Projects include small bespoke control panels, machine safety upgrades and robot pick and place cells. You will be responsible for taking each project from an engineering visit through electrical design, software design, safety verification, installation and safety validation.
Reporting to the Service Manager and working as part of a team of skilled Service Engineers, you will regularly travel to customer sites in the UK and worldwide commissioning new systems and supporting existing ones. When not on the road, you’ll support equipment build within the workshop located at the company premises in Somersham, near Cambridge.
As an Electrical Design Engineer, you will join the team based within our office in Somersham, near Cambridge. You will spend the majority of your time creating and updating electrical design drawing packs for our systems using SolidWorks Electrical. You will also have the opportunity to provide assistance to our current Trainee. Occasional travel to customers sites will be required for design review meetings or information gathering.
Service Manager (Engineering)
Permanent | Full Time | Up to £45,000, potentially negotiable + benefits
Reporting to the Sales and Service Director, as the Service Manager you will lead a team of 4 skilled Service Engineers, whilst taking responsibility for the scheduling of installations and commissioning of all site work.