Electrical Design Engineer

Posted 07/04/2021 by Inform3 Recruitment Ltd

Location:
Belfast, City of Belfast
Salary/Rate:
£40,000 - £50,000/annum

Building Service Engineer (Electrical)      Belfast  £40-50k

Are you a skilled Building Services Engineer with excellent interpersonal, communication and team working skills?

Our client, a leading M&E Consultancy based in Belfast have a number of openings after winning new contracts and are looking for Electrical biased Building Service Engineers to join their team.

Responsibilities

  • Take a lead role in the design and specification of Electrical Building Services in a variety of industry and project types, sizes and complexity
  • Develop high quality sustainable building engineering services designs, calculations, technical notes and reports
  • Review and checking of documentation
  • Assist with client technical queries
  • Prepare risk assessments
  • Produce detailed programmes to provide time scales and milestones for the projects
  • Keep up to date with emerging technology and integration with new design concepts for buildings

Requirements

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering /Building Services or a similar discipline
  • Minimum 4 years experience in an M&E Consultancy
  • Experience of delivering detailed designs through full design cycle.
  • Able to represent the company in a positive and proactive manner including mentoring and training of junior staff
  • Excel at problem solving and will be capable of working through technical challenges on a day-to-day basis

Our client has an excellent employee retention record and are committed to providing a positive and engaging working environment.

For more information please contact Steve at our offices on (phone number removed)

INFORM3 Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer. By applying to this position, you accept the terms of our privacy policy which you can find on our website.

Type:
Permanent
Start Date:
ASAP
Contract Length:
N/A
Job Reference:
EDEBEL
Job ID:
213495966
Applications:
Less than 10

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