Senor Electrical Design Engineer

2 days left

Location
London (Central)
Salary
£45-60k + excellent benefit package
Posted
25 Aug 2017
Closes
25 Sep 2017
Ref
SS250817
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Senior Electrical Design Engineer – London
£45-55k + excellent benefit package

I am currently working alongside a hugely successful consulting engineering firm headquartered in central London; they are looking to appoint a Senior Electrical Design Engineer due to planned company growth and a busy pipeline of high profile projects.

Having been established for over 70 years’ they now have offices throughout the UK and the rest of the world. For this reason, there is opportunity for a Senior Electrical Design Engineer to work on some of the best projects globally which will dramatically improve your future career prospects.

The company boasts generous salaries and because it is entirely employee-owned, all staff receives profit share; this is in addition to one of the best pension schemes in the building services industry.

My client are involved in a wide range of industry leading projects. As a Senior Electrical Design Engineer, you would be involved in high rise, commercial, education, mission critical, leisure, healthcare and cultural. You will have opportunity to work on many of the iconic buildings that are shaping London’s skyline.

If you are looking to be a part of a consultancy with an unparalleled reputation for excellence in engineering, and the chance to take your career to the next level then this is the role for you.

For more information on the Senior Electrical Design Engineer position, please contact Sam Skelsey on 0207 065 7276 or sskelsey@skilledcareers.co.uk

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