Electrical Building Services Design Engineer

£38,000 - £40,000

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place Cardiff access_time Permanent person George Osborn

Electrical Engineer - Cardiff


Salary - £38,000 - £40,000


Our client is a high performing consulting building services engineering partnership. With 210-strong team operating from eight different offices across the UK. They are looking for an Intermediate Electrical Engineer to come and work with them to help with their ever-increasing work load. You will be based out of their Cardiff office and come and join them on a permanent basis. The ideal candidate will be looking to grow with the company and expected to grow in to a Senior engineer within time, so it is important they are ambitious and focused.


Candidate should have the following experience:

Degree educated in Electrical Engineer, Building services engineering or architectural engineering

Candidates should have the below experience:

At least 2 years post grad experience in Electrical Design Engineering

A passion for sustainability within the built environment with experience

Experience working on Commercial projects

Experience working on industry software such as AMTECH and AUTOCAD



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