Electrical Design Engineer

Location
England, Suffolk, Ipswich
Salary
£25000 - £55000 per annum + Excellent Benefits
Posted
09 Aug 2017
Closes
08 Sep 2017
Ref
1708-154
Contact
Jessica Davey
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Electrical Design Engineer
Up to £50,000
Ipswich


Conrad Consulting is working with an award winning multi-disciplinary consultancy with over half a centuries experience in delivering high end engineering and environmental consultancy throughout the UK and globally. Due to significant increase in project load this consultancy are looking to recruit an Electrical Design Engineer to join their team.


Candidates will be technically astute engineers who are able to offer high quality design consultancy whilst leading projects in markets that include high end residential, national heritage buildings and designer retail units alongside transport and laboratory facilities.


The ideal engineer will be leading developments from initial tender through to final sign off - liaising with clients and co-ordinating design teams ensuring client satisfaction throughout.

Candidate Requirement - Electrical Design Engineer
* Candidates should hold a Degree in Building Services or Electrical Engineering - a HNC in either plus Experience will also be considered.
* Candidates should be able to demonstrate good working knowledge of relevant design software such as Amtech, Dialux and Relux.
* Candidates will have an excellent working knowledge of Electrical Building Services Design.
* Candidates will have a diverse range of project experience including commercial and residential projects.

On offer is a generous salary up to £50,000 depending on candidate experience and excellent benefits package.

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