Telemetry Engineer

North Lanarkshire
22000.00 - 30000.00 GBP Annual + Pension, healthcare, life insuranc
28 Aug 2017
25 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Aqua-Tech are working with a market leading M&E company in the Cumbernauld area. We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Telemetry Engineer or candidates from a Communications background looking to get into the industry.

The Role

Throughout the role of Telemetry Engineer you will learn how to carry out the installation and maintenance of telemetry systems. This will be achieved by the delivery of external and internal training programmes and by building experience whilst working alongside the existing Telemetry Engineers at the companies HQ as well as on client's sites throughout Scotland.

You will be responsible for completing comprehensive site specific Telemetry signal workbooks, Telemetry mimic compilation and building RTU code/configuration files. You will be working from detailed client Telemetry design documentation or, in some cases, you will be developing Telemetry solutions from outline requirements and preparing Telemetry design packages that adhere to our clients established processes and systems of work.

This will include the following activities:

• Installation of Telemetry systems and associated equipment.
• Configuration of Telemetry outstations to clients exacting requirements including RTU code, Modbus implementation and radio communication links.
• Compilation of mimics and signal configuration listings for import to client's Top End system.
• Managing the client approvals process for Telemetry mimics and signal configuration listings.
• RTU commissioning and signal end to end testing.
• Preparation of test records and RTU O&M documentation.
• By creating and maintaining effective relationships with suppliers, clients and users you will be able to develop sufficient technical understanding to correctly interpret the scope of Telemetry work packages and implement solutions to the highest standards of both quality and safety.

Skills and experience

You should be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills, good I.T. skills, an ability to understand and solve problems and excellent influencing and negotiating skills.


You should possess a relevant technical engineering qualification .
The successful candidate must hold a full UK driving licence as the position involves travel throughout Scotland