Software Engineer (M/F) - Siemens Lisboa (BBBH483499) Amadora, Portugal
Kelly Engineering is recruiting a Automation & Control Software Engineer for a Siemens Energy, located in the Alfragide, Lisbon.
Siemens Energy offers world-class products and solutions for Energy Production. We help our customers around the world to operate electrical power plants and with our market leading portfolio of renewable energy technologies, pave the way for a more sustainable energy mix.
You will be responsible for developing instrumentation and control software for different types of energy solutions and applications.
Your main responsibilities will be:
- Control and process engineering for the I&C systems in steam, combined cycle power plants and renewables power plants;
- Implement and modify instrumentation and control logics, including HW interfaces and HMIs according to customer specifications;
- PLCs setup and configuration as well as other automation and control HW components;
- Manage customer expectations and coordinate project specific concepts with internal and external engineering partners;
- Perform acceptance tests on automation and control cabinets and SW functionality tests together with final customer;
- Troubleshooting and remote support to commissioning phase of the I&C systems.
Main requirements to enroll to this job:
- Degree in Electrical and Computer’s engineering, Electronics or in the field of automation, instrumentation and control technology, power plant technology, energy technology or comparable training;
- High level of written and spoken English. German knowledge is a plus;
- Critical thinking, dynamic performance, empathy, team-working skills, ability to work under pressure, responsible, attention to detail and good communication skills;
- Advanced user of MS Office tools;
- Ability to keep focus on all times to assure high quality in the work you deliver, even during high pressure periods or with tasks that might not be your favorites;
- Easily adapt to different type of projects, teams, partners, and workload fluctuations.