An exceptional privately owned MEP design consultancy based in Kent are urgently seeking an Intermediate Electrical Engineer to join their team. They work across a variety of project sectors but specialise in highly technical healthcare projects, involved in private healthcare projects as well as being on a number of NHS frameworks.
Due to a busy order book of projects including some great healthcare projects, a number of large hospitals and some very interesting commercial projects, this very well-respected building design consultancy have a need for an Intermediate Electrical Engineer to help them grow sustainably.
You will be part of a team that is responsible for the design and specification of electrical design
building services installations, liaising with clients on a project by project basis, quality inspections, dealing with contractors and report writing for a number of projects, and leading a variety of projects.
This role would suit an Intermediate Electrical Engineer who is looking to work locally on some extraordinary and highly technical projects. The company have a real family feel and look after their employees, they offer a number of benefits to help with your career development. In terms of progression, in the long-term, there is amble opportunity for the right candidate to become a Director and Co-Owner of the business. They're looking for someone with ambition and wants to play a key role in the future direction of the company.
To be successful when applying for the Intermediate Electrical Engineer role you will possess the following skills and/or experience:
- UK building services experience
- Electrical design experience
- Previous experience on healthcare projects is preferred
- Good communication skills
- Relux, Dialux, Hevacomp, AutoCAD
- Willingness to work directly with clients, architects, sub-contractors, and contractors
If you are an experienced Intermediate Electrical Engineer with a strong background in building services design, then please put yourself forward and we will be in touch.