Electrical Design Engineer

Glasgow, Scotland / Scotland
£29000 - £34000 per annum + 25 days, pension, life assurance
26 Feb 2018
26 Mar 2018
Richard Federer
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you tired of working long hours on the same types of projects? Frustrated with no recognition or reward for your loyalty? Do you feel like there is no room to progress within your current firm? Would you prefer to work for a company that considers their employees to be their greatest assets? Then read on….

We are working with one of the largest, building services consultancies in the UK to find them a solid Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer for their Glasgow office.

With a network of over 10 offices across the UK, a CIBSE approved training and development program and over a decade as a "Investor in People" they have a reputation for attracting, developing and promoting their staff. This is demonstrated by the fact that over half of their current Equity Partners started off as Graduate Engineers or Apprentices and have been fast tracked through the business.

Reporting to a Director or Associate, you will be responsible for using a range of software such as Revit MEP, Amtech and Dialux produce coordinated drawings, diagrams, designs calculations, schematics and scopes of work across a number of major commercial, mixed use, high rise residential, defence or education projects. You will also be responsible for attending leading meetings and provide input on design strategy and conceptual design relating to electrical building services installations and ensure all designs meet current British Standards, Building Regulations and CIBSE guidelines.

The Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer will be degree qualified, have a minimum of three years' experience preferably within UK and can design, co-ordinate and deliver projects independently. You will also be expected to have a good understanding of Mechanical Services, BREEAM and Sustainable Design and be confident presenting your ideas to clients or project teams.

In addition to a pension, 4 x life assurance, private healthcare, and a CIBSE approved training and development programme they also operate a 35-hour week and hold regular social activities.

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