Control System Engineer Jobs
How to Enter
To become a Control System Engineer within New Zealand’s Power, Energy & Mining industry, it’s important to have a relevant qualification in either Electrical, Electronic or Mechatronic Engineering. At the same time, possessing experience win Project Management methodology PMI or Prince, can also be beneficial.
The typical job responsibilities of a Control System Engineer can include any of the following:
- Designing and implementing control system networks and technology
- Monitoring control systems and networks
- Working alongside other Engineers and internal staff
- Ensuring control operations comply with legislation and Health and Safety standards
- Providing field-based service work and support
- Providing office-based service work and support
- Completing ad-hoc, on-call support functions
Many Control System Engineers progress their careers by moving in to other specialist areas, such as Mechanical or Electronic Engineering, or into Project Management as a Project Engineer.
Entry: 40K – 70K per annum (NZD)
Experienced: 70k – 100K per annum (NZD)
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