Senior Electrical Design Engineer - To £41 p/h

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Location
London, England / England
Salary
£35 - £41 per hour + Flexible working hours
Posted
19 Dec 2016
Closes
18 Jan 2017
Ref
1358
Contact
Richard Federer
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

A well-established and stable building services consultancy are looking for a solid Senior Electrical Design Engineer for their London office situated near Bank station. This role will suit a reliable and client facing Senior Electrical Engineer who is able to design and manage projects from feasibility through design, site supervision, completion and final handover.

You will be responsible for leading the Electrical design (Lighting, small power, LV distribution, Fire Alarms and UPS) of a 40 storey £50M new build project in London. You will also assist on a range of super-prime residential projects and CAT A and CAT B commercial office projects across London, the South East and Europe.

In order to be consider the Senior Electrical Design Engineer must have recent experience across CAT A and CAT B office fit-out projects, be able to lead a team and mentor other team members and must be able to establish good relationships and a positive team working environment.

In return they offer very good work / life balance including flexible working hours, a flat management structure and the security of a 12 month contract. Ref1358

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