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Controls Engineer

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Full Time

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We are currently recruiting for a Controls Engineer to join our Gas Turbines business in the APAC Region.

Job Responsibilities

  • Commissioning of Gas Turbines with a focus on process and automation technology.
  • Outage maintenance and service of Gas Turbines.
  • Electronic and mechanical reworking.
  • Calibration and adjustment of field components.
  • Programming and optimisation of different software systems with the corresponding control and regulation WinCC, S7, Speedtronic Mark V and VI
  • Site management.
  • Project Management.
  • Documentation.

Required Skills / Knowledge

  • Knowledge of the software systems WinCC, S7, Mark V and VI, TIA Portal.
  • Technical know-how.
  • Strong analytical and creative thinking skills for effective decision-making.
  • Strong communication skills - oral and written.
  • English and German language skills in written and spoken are mandatory (min. B2 level).
  • Ability to strategically plan and execute tactical everyday activities.


  • 5-10 Years on various controls systems GE MK V, VI

Education Requirements

  • Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering

Physical Requirements

  • Be able to work in Power Stations and Oil & Gas Facilities. Travel across locations such as Bangkok, Jompol, Jatujak. #LI-HB1

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