Electrical Design Engineer

Location
Leicestershire, Leicester, England
Salary
£32000 - £40000 per annum + Excellent Benefits
Posted
05 Oct 2017
Closes
04 Nov 2017
Ref
1710-93
Contact
Jessica Davey
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Electrical Design Engineer
£40, 000 per annum + Extensive Benefits Package
Leicester


A fantastic opportunity has arisen within a highly respected building consultancy for an enthusiastic and experienced Electrical Design Engineer. The successful candidate will come from a strong building services background and will be looking to move to further their career.


Working on projects that include listed university buildings, nationally renowned retail complexes and branded restaurants the ideal candidate will have been exposed to a wide range of sectors. The chosen engineer will have proven experience working on live projects and liaising with clients from initial tender through to sign off; therefore we are looking for a candidate who is confident and articulate.


This is an outstanding opportunity to join a company who will support you and develop you professionally. There is scope for you to progress up to an associate level and receive assistance becoming Chartered, if you aren't already.

Key Requirements
*Experience working within a similar role in a respected consultancy.
*Experience with distribution and lighting design.
*Experience of AutoCAD and understanding of Revit.
*Experience of calculation software such as Amtech.
*Accredited Building Services or Electrical Engineering degree, HNC or HND.

Benefits Package
*25 Days Holiday
*Subscription to relevant bodies
*Life Assurance
*5% Employer pension contribution

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