As SL Controls continues to expand, we regularly have technical engineering vacancies to fill. What type of work would you be doing if you were recruited into one of these roles, and what is it like working at SL Controls?
This blog will give you an overview, but we are also available to provide you with information and answers to specific queries. Get in touch today.
What We Do at SL Controls
At SL Controls, we provide advanced technology solutions and services to companies in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, and biotechnology industries. This means we work with global companies in the life sciences sector both in Ireland and internationally. We also work with exciting and innovative Irish companies in the life sciences sector.
All the companies we work with are industry leaders in the development and manufacture of treatment, diagnostic, and medical device products – products that positively impact patient outcomes around the world.
Our expertise is in the provision of equipment systems integration and smart manufacturing solutions that improve workflows and production line processes. Achieving Six Sigma and OEE targets are often essential objectives of the work that we do.
In other words, we help companies on their Industry 4.0 journey as they implement projects and initiatives to remain competitive, improve productivity, and deliver efficiency savings.
The projects we work on also help life sciences companies take advantage of the opportunities that innovative technology solutions make possible. We help our clients overcome challenges, too, including in areas like supply chain security, labour shortages, and regulatory compliance.
Technical Engineering Roles at SL Controls
The types of technical engineering roles that you might find on our job vacancies page include:
- Automation Engineer
- DeltaV Engineer
- SCADA Engineer
- POMS Engineer
- Install & Commissioning Engineer
- Controls Systems Engineer
- Systems Architect
- Controls Software Developer
What’s It Like Working in a Technical Role at SL Controls?
At SL Controls, we provide a supportive working environment where knowledge is shared, and everyone works towards the same goal. That might sound like hyperbole, but it reflects comments made by members of our team. Here are some examples:
- Meet the Team – Adam Barriger, SL Controls Systems Architect
- Meet the Team – Niall Malone, SL Controls Systems Engineer
We offer a comprehensive salary and benefits package to employees with a focus on work-life balance. We also have a policy of offering staff the opportunity of working fully remotely or on a hybrid basis. The exception is roles where fully remote working is not possible because of the hands-on nature of the project.
Who Are We Looking for in New Technical Engineering Recruits?
You will need to be qualified to bachelor’s degree or masters level in a relevant discipline. Experience in the life sciences sector is also an advantage.
We also look for people who have a passion for:
- Creating innovative technology solutions
- Solving challenging problems
- Working with pharmaceutical, medical devices, and biotechnology companies
If this sounds like something you are interested in, check out our recruitment page. You’ll find more information on working at SL Controls as well as details on our current vacancies.