Intermediate/Senior Electrical Design Engineer

£35,000 - £45,000

Benefits package

local_offer Electrical
place City of Bristol access_time Permanent person George Osborn

Our client has built up an extremely good reputation and are now looking for an intermediate to senior electrical design engineer to join their growing team in Bristol.

They are always striving for the most innovative sustainable solutions with each project. From their success of the other offices they now have an opportunity for an engineer who wants to to part of something bigger than just being part of a consultancy.

The ideal candidate will have the below experience:

  • Minimum BEng / BSC in Building Services or Electrical Engineering.
  • Good knowledge of Electrical Theory
  • Good understanding of electrical systems such power, lighting and fire alarms
  • Good understanding of British Standards and relevant regulations.
  • Good knowledge of Amtech / Dialux
  • Member of IET or CIBSE

 What you’ll get in return:

  • A competitive salary and benefits package
  • 25 days annual leave (plus the option to buy an extra week)
  • Core and Flexible working hours
  • Many other incentives 

For more details please contact - - 01206 913292 / 07772902225

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