Electrical Engineer (Rail)

  • Permanent
  • Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
  • £40,000 to £45,000 per annum

Job Role – Electrical Engineer (Rail)
Location – Hertfordshire
Salary – £40-45k

We are on the lookout for a Rail focused Electrical Engineer for a permanent position to be based in North London. The successful candidate will be working on a range of projects in the region and utilised as an Electrical Engineering expert.

Key competencies include;

Engineering Qualification e.g a bachelor’s degree in engineering / Masters preferred
Valid PTS – with AC and DCCR
Level C Substation tickets
Professional Registrations e.g IET, IMechE
Chartered Engineer or working towards (CEng) status
Knowledge of electrical design software including Amtech, ETAP, Hevacomp
Knowledge of CAD – Bentley MicroStation, AutoCAD

As the Electrical Engineer the key duties and responsibilities will be:

  • Ensuring that Health, Safety and Environmental practices are adhered to.
  • Carry out electrical surveys and electrical reports.
  • Keep accurate records on built dates in diaries and on Construction drawings.
  • Relevant ordering from procurement department.
  • Plan the work and efficiently organise site operations in order to meet the agreed programme and deadlines.
  • Liaise with any stakeholders e.g consultants and sub-contracts involved with the project as necessary.
  • Supervise and monitor the site team and monitor and oversee the work of any sub-contractors.
  • Ensure quality records meet quality requirements and are maintained throughout.
  • Keep daily records of progress.
  • Fully interact and assist other members of the construction site team.
  • Liaise with other function/departmental managers.
  • Be proactive with improvements and innovation where appropriate to areas of responsibility.
  • Other duties as required by the Site Manager and Site team to facilitate construction of the works.

stride is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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