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Job Title: Design & Planning Engineer - Power T & D
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England,
Industry:
Salary: £35000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: HQ00020109
Contact Name: Luke Sanders
Contact Email: lsanders@allen-york.com
Job Published: 11 months ago

Our client is a fast growing ICP who undertake new electrical utility connections in most areas of the UK. They are looking to recruit a Design & Planning Engineer to undertake design and planning associated with the construction and installation of new electricity contestable connections up to and including 11/33/66kV, on behalf of a growing independent company with a national footprint.

Responsibilities

  • To design Contestable Connection schemes in accordance with engineering directives.
  • Produce effective plans and schematic drawings for all aspects of the project.
  • Design electricity connections to engineering standards including DNO/IDNO, ENA and BS7671 specifications.
  • Make site visits to ascertain detailed information related to the design and planning of a project.
  • Manage own portfolio of design work, on time and within budget.
  • Ensure design compliance with CDM.
  • Liaise with and support the UKPS team on technical and planning matters to ensure smooth project delivery.
  • To be fully aware of the market that UK Power Solutions are operating within.

Requirements

  • Ideally a degree in Electrical Engineering or similar discipline, with modules in Power Distribution.
  • A sound understanding of distribution networks will be most advantageous.
  • Keen to work in electrical design and planning.
  • Previous experience of connections design is a distinct advantage.
  • Solid organisational awareness and ability.
  • Ability to work effectively within a team, with good communication skills and a collaborative ethic.
  • Customer service orientated, and a desire to achieve the best results and contribute to the success.
  • Analytical thinker.










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