Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer
en-spiral - South East

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South East London
£32k/£37k (Health Care, Flexible working hours, CPD Support & Contributory Pension)

Job Overview:
Due to planned growth we are looking for an Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer with previous healthcare, residential and education project (at least two industry experience's required) experience to help drive, develop and grow a dynamic MEP team within a very well-established engineering consultancy based in South East London.

With a passion for collaborating, their in-house Architects, Building Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors, Electrical, Mechanical and Environmental Engineers all work together from day one to design and deliver a project that perfectly meets their clients needs.

This means your projects are developed with minimum delay and maximum creativity giving you clear deadlines whilst allowing you freedom.
This collaborative culture is what makes them different, and it's a difference you'll feel as soon as you work with them.

This role is likely to appeal to an ambitious electrical design engineer who has become "pigeon holed" in a large practice or to an individual who is currently with a smaller firm who has become bored with small projects and a lack of career progression.

This role will prove to be a key move for you and your career. It will ensure you have the best support available to help you achieve your career aspirations of becoming a chartered engineer whilst establishing yourself as a vital member of a well respected business.
With support like this at hand you owe it to yourself to get in touch and find out more information!

A brief looks at some of their active projects:
  • 399 Flats & 1 Office/Community Centre
Tower Hamlets
Value - £40m

  • 21 Houses & 6 Flats Phase 1
Harrow
Value - £5m

  • 332 Dwellings (New)
Kent
Value - £32m

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