Assets Controls Technician

Job Locations UK-Wakefield
# of Openings
101320 Controls Integration


Based at Brilliant Stages in Wakefield, West Yorkshire and part of the TAIT Group.  We are currently looking for a Assets Controls Technician. 


Position Purpose


To assemble, test and maintain Control and Automation assets and systems.


Main Outcomes of the Position


To enable the UK Assets team to deliver assets to projects efficiently and professionally.



  • Servicing, Testing and Modifying control equipment and cabling to ensure the assets can be delivered to a high standard of quality and reliability.
  • Be responsible for the satisfactory delivery of control assets to integration.
  • Re-prep and testing of control consoles.
  • Prepare, assemble and test the equipment as requested, ensuring that all is delivered on time and on budget and that any required modifications are communicated to the UK Assets team.
  • Manage agreed assets prep, taking ownership of the job, and being proactive at all times, ensuring that all Health and Safety requirements are met.
  • Interpret schematics, drawings and manufacturer guidelines in order to achieve the desired results.
  • Interface with lead technicians in order to accomplish goals.
  • Maintain tools, work areas and equipment in a clean and orderly fashion.
  • Maintain a safe working environment and follow safe working practices.
  • Maintaining technical knowledge through training and mentorship.
  • Collaborate and communicate with other Technicians and the Integration team.
  • Identify and propose ideas and solutions that will improve the build quality or efficiency.
  • Use Rentalworks or other asset management systems to keep current and accurate records.
  • Lead best practice in terms of workshop QHSE, take part in company QHSE meetings as required.


Foundation / Position Requirements:

  • NVQ Level 3 or above in Electrical Installation and/or NVQ Level 1 or above in Engineering (preferably electrical)
  • Knowledge of installation of related hardware, wiring and utilisation of hand tools including air-powered tools, soldering equipment, jigs and saws, crimpers and other related equipment
  • Ability to read electrical schematic drawings
  • Two years working in a controls environment in a related industry


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