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Role Summary: Automation engineer will be responsible for design, programming, tests and site commissioning of Turbine Control and DCS systems.
Design, configuration, programming, tests and site commissioning of the following systems:
turbine control systems
Cooperation with project management team related to project execution
Cooperation with suppliers related to project execution
Cooperation with cross functional international and multicultural teams
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in automation science
Languages: fluent English
Experience in programming PLC and DCS systems
Knowledge about technological processes in thermal power plants
Knowledge about industrial communication protocols like Modbus RTU/TCP, IEC60870-5-103/104, DNP-3, IEC61850, Profibus
Ability to work in a team as well as independence during execution of assigned tasks
Solution/result oriented, upright and open minded attitude
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