Electrical Engineer

Government
  • UK, South East, Surrey, Weybridge
  • Contract, 12 months
  • Full time
  • to £750 per day (Within IR35)
This contract with our central government client is for a Electrical Engineer for 12 months. The role is located in Weybridge and requires a minimum of 3 days per week onsite with the rest remote. The pay rate is up to £750 (Umbrella) / £555.79 (PAYE) per day. The role is to develop and technically lead...

Quote ref: 4783/77018

Job description

This contract with our central government client is for a Electrical Engineer for 12 months. The role is located in Weybridge and requires a minimum of 3 days per week onsite with the rest remote. The pay rate is up to £750 (Umbrella) / £555.79 (PAYE) per day.  

The role is to develop and technically lead on intelligent client function matters related to electrical engineering requirements and design quality assurance across the programmes’ projects.  

The work undertaken at their business has a heavy Building Services leaning: this is due to the site including high containment facilities that rely on electrical power, ventilation, steam etc to maintain a safe operational environment, therefore Building Services design and maintenance experience preferably in the hospital environment, science and research sector (or similar regulated sectors), is essential.  

Responsible for the electrical engineering assurance of the design, installation and commissioning of projects.  

Assessing and reporting on engineering compliance and assessing risk with responsibility for identified electrical risks and maintaining them on the risk register.  

Responsible for the intelligent client function to assess and review electrical engineering solutions proposed and delivered by programmes, ensuring proposal are fit for purpose, compliant with industry standards and delivering best practice for the business.

Requirements

Essential:  

- Building Services design and maintenance experience preferably in the hospital environment, science and research sector (or similar regulated sectors)  

- Management experience.  

- Experienced in understanding statutory compliance, the audit process and managing a busy ‘live’ estate operation  

- Able to communicate – verbal and written, report writing and computer literate. Ability to read and interpret engineering technical drawings and BIM digital systems. Can demonstrate good man-management, leadership & person skills.  

- Extensive knowledge of the design and maintenance of building services in large complex buildings. Knowledge gained through the route of craft/technician and engineering management and up to Graduate Education level. Knowledge of statutory & mandatory compliance and audit processes.  

 

Desirable:  

- Formal training that includes infrastructure and estate campus management.  

- Professional engineer C.Eng. or I.Eng. and registered member of an appropriate professional engineering institution i.e. CIBSE, IHEEM, IET.  

- Previous experience of process, laboratory or health sector that includes containment levels (CL3) or clean rooms.  

- Ability to manage design consultants and contractors and in-house workforce of a multi -disciplined nature.  

- Previous knowledge of process, laboratory or health sector that includes containment levels (CL3) or clean rooms.  

- Significant experience in project engineering

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