Job Title : Electrical Engineer (Security)
Location : Manchester
Arup are an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services.
As a wholly independent organisation we are owned in trust for the benefit of our employees and their dependants, with no shareholders or external investors, allowing us to determine our own business priorities and direction.
The Resilience, Security & Risk (RS&R) Practice focuses on building resilience into the design and operation of the built environment.
and the development of operational security procedures. We often work closely with the wider Arup, following the Total Architecture philosophy to develop novel and optimised solutions which are both reliable and sustainable.
The Protective Design team sits within the wider RS&R practice and provides expert guidance on designing to counter malicious human threats, ranging from low-level crime and nuisance through to industrial espionage and terrorist activity.
This team works with and complements the wider RS&R offering, supporting other experts in fields such as structural blast engineering, protective intelligence and operational security.
The Arup Manchester RS&R team are looking to recruit an Electrical Engineer (security) to support the continued growth of the RS&R Manchester Business through delivering electronic and physical security consultancy and design.
Since establishment in 2017, we have developed a strong portfolio of clients, including government agencies, multi-national corporations, sports stadia, transport, energy, and critical national infrastructure operators.
We have also established strong links with the Arup Global RS&R practice, with the role offering opportunities to work with the wider global practice.
We are looking for enthusiastic and capable candidates to consider technical and business leadership roles in one of the world’s leading consultancies, delivering best in class solutions to enhance the security posture of the built environment.
The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in Electrical Engineering within the built environment, and a willingness and enthusiasm to build on this and develop skills within the Electronic and Physical Security space, supported by the wider RS&R practice.
The ultimate aim of the role is to support the Arup Manchester RS&R Leadership in developing the Electronic and Physical Security offering within the team, with the role providing the opportunity for the successful candidate to influence the direction of travel of the Manchester RS&R Practice and transition into a leadership role as the practice continues to grow.
The successful candidate will be responsible for :
meeting with project teams and clients to develop opportunities; and presenting at external conferences and networking events.
You will :
You will report immediately to a Senior Engineer and Associate in the Manchester RS&R Team. In addition, further support with technical and skills development will be provided by the wider Arup RS&R Practice, including the Physical Security team based in London.
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Education :
Desirable Skills, Knowledge and Education :
ASIS International; or the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals (WCoSP).
Rewards and Benefits
We offer a competitive salary at all levels, and one of the best benefits packages in our sector.
Core benefits include cover under the UK Healthcare Plan (private medical insurance), Life Assurance, Accident Insurance, and Income Protection (long term disability) cover.
Core benefits are funded by us and made available to all permanent staff in order to support and safeguard your financial, physical, and mental wellbeing.
You will also have access to Choice Benefits to help with your work / life balance and financial security.
In addition, all permanent employees are eligible for the Global Profit Share scheme. Subject to scheme rules employees can receive two Profit Share payments per year, which are dependent on the firm’s financial performance.
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We aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their contribution. This includes people with disabilities, so please discuss any adjustments that you may require throughout the selection and assessment process with your recruitment contact.
At Arup, you’ll be a welcomed member of the team with opportunities to participate in cultural and social events with the local community (e.
g. as a STEM ambassador) or by joining one of our staff networks for women, culture or LGBT+ people. You’ll have access to a range of flexible working options whether you’re a parent, a carer, a student, or just have a busy lifestyle - we recognise it’s not always easy to commit to standard working hours so if you're interested in flexible working, please let us know when you apply, and we'll discuss how this could work in your role.
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We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcome all qualified applicants. You will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to sex, race, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, genetic data, or other legally protected status.
We recognise that not all disabilities are visible and will make reasonable adjustments to cater for diverse applicants in the selection and assessment process.
What happens next?
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