Control Panel Fitter/Wireman

  • Job Reference: i4R-DK2349
  • Date Posted: 31 August 2018
  • Recruiter: I4 Rec
  • Website: https://www.i4recruitment.com/
  • Location: Watton, Thetford, Norfolk
  • Salary: £21,000 to £23,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: overtime
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Duration: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Control Panel Fitter / Wireman
Watton
£8.50 to £11 per hour, dependant on experience

Our client are a global engineering company. Due to continued growth they now require a skilled Fitter / Wireman to join their busy control panel department.

Duties/Responsibilities: 

To perform the functions of fitting and wiring in accordance with the relevant company standards and any other standards which may apply to these functions.

Fitting and assembly of control panels:

  • Marking out of back-plate and door by cross referencing GA, label diagrams, product specification sheets and any other supporting information.
  • Fitting of trunking and din rail to affix back-plate components. Ensure all items are fitted to the highest standards using the correct fixings and able to pass stringent QC checks.
  • Construct multiple bayed-enclosures using the manufacturer’s standard assembly fixings and accessories. Ensure all enclosures have associated gaskets to comply with the relevant IP rating.
  • Manufacture of copper-work for power and earth systems to IEC 61439.
  • Install door components and associated door labels, to ensure all labels and nameplates are straight and level. Affix support rails in readiness for wiring.
  • Fit completed doors to enclosures and install MCCB/Isolator handles

Wiring of doors and back-plates

  • Wire back-plate and door control cables in accordance to the wiring schematics and data information sheet. Ensure the correct cable crimps/ferrules are fitted and all cables are marked up with cable identification.
  • Install mains power cables ensuring the cable and cable lugs are of the right size and type and are correctly identified.
  • Fit power cables to components and tighten to the specified torque setting making sure torque paint is fitted and witnessed by a suitable employee.
  • Install earth cables throughout the enclosure to the earth bar ensuring all removable covers are connected.
  • Produce heat-shrink wire markers and components labels using dedicated printing machines.