What will this role involve?
Collating technical information from surveys, inspections and other sources (e.g. eB)
Demonstrating a good understanding of the design process
Ability to undertake design and assessment work for electrical and lighting installations
Engaging in CDM / risk analyses
Undertaking designs to a level that complies with Network Rail, British and European Standards
Keeping up to date with current Network Rail, British and European Standards
Preparing design and assessment reports
Producing design drawings using CAD
Support the design team during design submissions
Effective communication with other design / construction disciplines and sub-contractors
What are we looking for?
Ideally having BEng / BSc or HNC in Electrical Engineering or equivalent, or working towards such a qualification.
Member of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET)
Full UK driving licence
Experience working on MEP building projects including design of lighting, mechanical, sprinkles, HVAC, etc.
Good level of computer literacy in Microsoft Office and Excel
Proficient in the use of the English language (both written and spoken)
Good knowledge of Network Rail, British and European electrical and lighting Standards
Good understanding of systems engineering including the Verification & Validation and SRAM processes
Good understanding of CDM and CSM processes
Good appreciation of project management processes and structures
Demonstrates good commercial awareness
Ideally two years’ experience in electrical design. Railway experience is not essential
Competent with using electrical design software (e.g. Amtech, etap, etc.)
Good team player
Uses clear communication lines within the electrical design team
Self-motivated and pro-active in terms of producing designs
What makes this role unique?
Taking responsibility for the design and assessment of electrical power installations on a project.