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Control System Engineer Graduate

  • Job
    Entry Level
  • Engineering
  • Leeds
  • 5d left


  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Electrical/I&C/Systems Engineering
  • Knowledge/Skill: General knowledge of the following areas is required.
  • Basic knowledge in control systems and control logic of industrial power generation equipment is preferable.
  • Ability to understand the flow of processes.
  • Experience in developing and writing specifications and/or proposals.
  • Effective customer service skills
  • Strong organisational skills.
  • Analytical and problem-solving ability
  • Fundamental understanding of industrial communication protocols such as Modbus, ControlNet, Ethernet IP, OPC
  • Fundamental understanding of IT & OT systems and TCP/IP networking.
  • Fundamental understanding of network cybersecurity
  • Experience of working in a group, and effective communication and documentation skills


  • As a Graduate Control System Engineer, you will work with members of the Engineering department and other teams to provide technical solutions to customers related to OEM and non-OEM control systems. You will learn how to provide solution design support, problem-solving, fault identification, on-site or remote solution implementation, and sales support focusing on the availability, reliability, safety, and cybersecurity of customers’ assets in operations.
  • The Graduate Control System Engineer will also work on technical documentation, logic design and programming, on-site testing, and other work related to control systems and cybersecurity in accordance with the company quality management system.
  • Being a member of a multi-disciplinary engineering team, Control System Engineer will be expected to be flexible to learn gas turbines, steam turbines, generator operations, and relevant digital solutions in addition to primary job responsibilities.

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Mitsubishi Power Europe, Ltd., headquartered in London, UK is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Power, Ltd. Japan. As a global leader in the field of thermal power generation systems and environmental technology, we continue to meet the expectations of our clients in the EMEA region in order to contribute to the future of a clean, sustainable society. With key office locations based in the EMEA region, the European group has a workforce of approximately 1,000. Mitsubishi Power Europe has a cumulative 100+ year track record in the power plant sector, continuously advancing our technical ability to develop reliable high quality products, striving to improve our comprehensive engineering ability, and providing excellence in service and maintenance.