Associate Electrical Design Engineer

Location
England
Salary
£65000 - £66000 per annum + Generous Benefits
Posted
12 Jun 2017
Closes
12 Jul 2017
Ref
1706-234
Contact
Charlie Ridd
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Associate Electrical Design Engineer
Up to £60,000 + Generous Benefits
Liverpool

A renowned M&E Building Services Consultancy has approached Conrad Consulting to find them an Associate Electrical Design Engineer. The successful Associate Engineer will be given the chance to develop a portfolio of prestigious clients within a variety of sectors such as: Education, Retail, Commercial and Leisure plus many others.

With a highly regarded reputation our client has an expectation for excellence for applying Associate Electrical Design Engineers. You will be accountable for developing your work load whilst looking after project from initial tender to sign off.

Associate Electrical Design Engineers must be from an electrical background and have a good understanding of Building Services disciplines. Alongside this Candidates must demonstrate strong manging capabilities and leadership skills in order to steer their team towards success.

Associate Electrical Design Engineer Key Responsibilities
* Take ultimate responsibility for the effectiveness of the team.
* Ensure that the company brand is represented in an honest and professional manner.
* Liaise with clients from initial tender through to final sign off.

Associate Electrical Design Engineer Key Requirements
* Degree educated in a relevant Building Services discipline.
* Currently Chartered by a relevant body (I.E CIBSE or IET)
* Have excellent knowledge of design software (I.E Hevacomp, Revit)

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