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Electrical Engineer

£60,000 - £65,000

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I am currently representing an excellent Top 10 UK national contractor turning over of £1bn last year. They have many sectors to their business and cover Residential, Commercial, Leisure, Hospitality, Education to name a few. Despite being a large contractor, they have managed to hold an excellent reputation for their quality of build and retention of their workforce.

 The Project:

You will be responsible for the delivery primarily of the Electrical aspects of the build. 250-unit residential regeneration consisting of three large residential buildings and a modest amount of community-focused ground-floor space. 12-storey build comprising of 73 new homes of which include multiple duplex apartments.

The Position:

We are looking for an Electrical Engineer to coordinate, procure and supervise Electrical works packages, Manage the Production until handover of the Electrical Packages, including quality inspections, Management of Electrical Subcontractors, monitoring and supervision of Health and Safety and compliance with CDM regulations. 

The Package:

  • A basic salary (negotiable)
  • Company Car or Car Allowance
  • Travel fully paid to work in addition to car allowance.
  • Contributory Pension Scheme.
  • Private Healthcare.
  • Company Share Scheme.
  • Life Assurance
  • Discretionary Bonus Scheme.
  • Excellent Continued professional development.

Desirable Experience:

  • Postgraduate with 5+ years’ experience
  • Degree in Building Services desirable but not essential 
  • Electrically Biased as opposed to Mechanical.
  • Full Project Lifecycle experience
  • Candidates from Main Contracting or M&E Subcontractor backgrounds considered.
  • Freelance candidates will not be considered for this position.

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