Graduate Electrical Design Engineer

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Location
Devon
Salary
To £25,000 per annum
Posted
23 Jan 2018
Closes
23 Feb 2018
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you an Electrical Graduate with a real interest in Building Services Electrical Design as a career?

I am working on behalf of an expanding M&E Building services Consultants based near Plymouth in Devon.

You don't necessarily need to be based in the local region as the company will consider Electrical Graduates relocating from any UK location.

You should already have Graduated with a relevant Electrical Degree and have an interest in high-tech construction.

Electrical Building Services Engineers become involved in the design of various facets of a new-build or refurbishment construction projects. This can include:- Lighting, CCTV, Security Systems, Data Centres and Hospital Nurse call systems etc. It is mostly Low Voltage or, in some cases ELV.

Please note, you will be expected to want to start a career in this profession and be able to demonstrate a knowledge both to me and my client, if called forward for interview, a definite knowledge of the Building Services industry and a passion to become involved in it.

This is isn't, simply, just an Electrical Graduate role, it is a real career opportunity with endless options, including becoming fully Chartered in reasonably short order.

You will need to have full UK Working Rights and be able to attend for interview at reasonably short notice as the role is there and ready to be filled.

For more information on this Electrical Building Services Graduate role, please contact Nick Bond for a confidential discussion. 
 

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