Senior Electrical Design Engineer

Location
Brighton, East Sussex
Salary
£45 - 55k
Posted
02 Jun 2017
Closes
02 Jul 2017
Ref
SEDE - Brighton
Function
Consultant, Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Senior Electrical Design Engineer – Brighton - £45 - 55k

I am currently working alongside a large, multi-disciplinary consultancy who are looking to appoint a Senior Electrical Design Engineer into their Brighton office

As a Senior Electrical Design Engineer you will be working on and leading some of the most prestigious projects currently in the South East including Royal College of Arts and Kew Gardens redevelopment. Your duties will also include attending internal and external meetings, mentoring and leading a team of engineers, reviewing designs, site visits, working on a full range of electrical design from concept through to detailed design, being the client’s point of contact and also being proactive with your own career development.

My client are an employee owned business who are currently working on some of the best projects in the World. They reward very well for the work that you do and offer lots of progression and exposure to different aspects of how the business is run. With employee satisfaction at the forefront of their philosophy they can offer you the perfect work/life balance, the opportunity to work on high profile projects and the chance to take your career down the path that you would like.

This is the perfect opportunity for someone who is looking to work for one of the most exciting companies in the industry and have a real career path set out ahead of you.

For more information on this position please contact Matthew Jones on 07711 370552 or mjones@skilledcareers.co.uk

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