Project: New build commercial £35 million
Location: Central London
New exclusive role with a leading tier one M&E contractor to work on some flagship projects in Central London. One of our clients is looking for an Electrical Engineer to join their team and help out on several new projects.
My client offers great salaries plus packages and bonuses. In the heart of Central London you will be responsible for the following:
- Undertake building dilapidation surveys and prepare associated reports.
- Reviewing infrastructure designs, preparing load calculations and prepare / applying initial utility services applications.
- Preparation of detailed budget costs and defined estimates if required.
- Attend design team and project meetings on behalf of the company.
- Undertaking sub-contractor design drawing and technical submission reviews.
- Undertaking site quality and legislative inspections and prepare associated reports.
- Supervising commissioning of electrical services
You will need the below to be suitable for this role:
- Have come from an Electrical trades or academic (HNC/ Degree) background
- Have experience managing electrical packages in excess of £5 million
- Hold a SMSTS/ CSCS card
- Have the ability to work individually and as part of a team
- Gain experience with a leading M&E contractor
- Work with a successful operational team
- Monthly social events
- Progression and view for promotion depending on performance
If you think you're ready for your next role in the construction industry please contact Lily George at Randstad CPE on
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