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Electrical Design Engineer

Electrical Design Engineer , Up to £40K depending on Experience

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Our client is a respected M&E contractor in Wiltshire. They deliver mechanical and electrical services to the building services industry. They carry out installation and maintenance, alongside fire/security services on domestic and commercial projects. They pride themselves on providing a quality service & customer satisfaction and therefore a large proportion the work they deliver comes from word of mouth and repeat business. They work at every stage from design to install, through to maintenance & repair.

Your new role As the Electrical Design Engineer you will be responsible for building services electrical design and CAD drawings on commercial and high end residential projects. You will be office based in the client's Wiltshire office. You will be sat in the organisations commercial team, made up of pre-construction, design, estimating and quantity surveyors

What you'll need to succeed You'll need to have building services electrical design experience within a M&E design and build contractor or consultancy. Ideally you will have experience of working on commercial & high-end residential projects.

What you'll get in return In return, you will receive a competitive salary of between £35k-£40k depending on experience. This position will come with additional benefits

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£35000.00 - £40000.00 per annum



0117 927 5470

Electrical Design Engineer

Wiltshire, UK

Published on 21 Oct 2019