Quality Assurance Engineer
An exciting and hugely varied position which will see you involved with new automated materials handling implementations from the early stages of commissioning through to the delivery of the solution to clients across the UK and Northern Europe.
As a Systems Integration Engineer, you’ll sit as part of our Project Realisation department and play a key role in new projects implementing automated materials handling solutions. Our pipeline of new projects is growing, with a number of bids and proposals already underway with a range of clients across Northern Europe, so it's an exciting time to be joining us!
You’ll be responsible for managing all testing of the mechanical and functional aspects of the automated materials handling solution. This includes creating and managing the test strategy, test plan, resource plan and test documentation. Typical tests you’ll be cover include:
- Materials handling cycle tests
- Stress testing of warehouse control systems
- Functionality and User Acceptance Testing
- Site Acceptance Testing
In addition, you’ll coordinate multi-disciplined teams on site, including electrical and mechanical installation Engineers, Controls Engineers, Software/IT Developers and operations staff. You will check and ensure that these teams have delivered the solution in line with the contractual agreements. This is a client facing role that will need to demonstrate a strong technical understanding of the solution and manage the client’s expectations.
This role will be 80% site-based, therefore you must be prepared to travel to different sites across Northern Europe.
TGW is a leading provider of automated warehousing and distribution solutions across the globe. The Northern Europe hub was established in 2010 from humble beginnings (the back garden of our COO along with our current CEO Andy Smith) and now operates across three offices in Northern Europe employing over 350 people. We work with clients ranging from FTSE100 to SMEs to implement small materials handling operations to complex fulfilment centres.