Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer

London (Central), London (Greater)
08 Jan 2017
08 Feb 2017
Consultant, Engineer
Contract Type
Full Time

Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer – London

Skilled Careers are working with a well-respected, British MEP consultancy to find an Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer to join their office in Central London.

My client has been established for over 15 years and have 3 offices across the South East in key locations. They are an award winning Building Services Consultancy who champion a sustainability led design approach for the benefit of their clients.

The practice makes a considerable annual investment in CPD training at all levels of staff and ensures career progression is made available to all engineers.

They work on a wide variety of project sectors including commercial, healthcare, education, retail, industrial, residential & historical buildings.

Their current requirement is for an Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer to join the London office.

You will be expected to produce Electrical Design drawings, reports, specifications and calculations, support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management and attend and contribute to design team and project meetings

The right candidate will be educated to degree level in either Electrical Engineering or Building Services Engineering and will have at least 3 years’ experience in Building Services design. Work experience in a UK Building Services consultancy is essential for this role as you must have exceptional working knowledge of UK regulations and practices.

To apply for this role please email or call Mary Duhig on 07572 465 638.


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