Electrical Design Engineer – Equans – Grimsby

Equans

Domain: Engineering/Design and Build

Job type: Standard

Schedule: Full-Time

EQUANS are recruiting for an Electrical Design Engineer to be based in Grimsby DN31. This is a permanent full-time role working 37.5 hours per week. On offer is a salary of £37,000 – £40,000 benefits package.

General Overview

EQUANS is North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration delivery partner, providing planning, highways, environmental and other services to the Council on an outsourced basis.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join our Award winning Professional Services team in delivering a first class service to its customers, and fully contributing to the delivery of sustainable development and growth in North East Lincolnshire.

We are working with our partner to support their aspirations to achieve Net Zero Carbon, and the successful candidate will need to demonstrate experience working within renewable industries and support with the delivery of programmes such as Public Sector De-carbonisation, to come up with renewable solutions alongside the wider professional services team.

You will be an Electrical Design Engineer with a proven history of managing your own schemes, whilst directing others and taking responsibility for wider business and commercial challenge. Degree qualified as a minimum, you will also be a chartered engineer or working in the realms of chartered engineering.

What will you deliver?

Key Accountabilities:

Working as part of the Professional Services Team and deliver inspiring projects
Being a proactive participant in the delivery of Professional Services
Developing detailed electrical designs and specifications for buildings, Highways and infrastructure
Project delivery, including overseeing input from others including external suppliers.
Delivering projects within budget, on time to the required standard.
Attendance at design team, client and site meetings as required to give project updates, share risks and opportunities.
Responsibility for the design quality and profitable delivery of own projects.
Timely reporting of project/office financial information to contribute to meeting budget at team level which supports in timely invoicing forward planning of resources to achieve targets.
Co-ordinating and working with others to maintain design quality and consistency across teams.

Utilities:

Interpreting client utility requirements and understanding scheme drawings and considering the impact on existing utility assets.
Evaluating utility assets as shown on utility record drawings and preparing feasibility assessments against client proposals. Calculating anticipated load requirements for a range of building and structure types.
Writing detailed, accurate reports. Presenting client schemes to relevant utilities and procuring relevant costs and designs.
Preparing detailed electrical designs and full specifications of works working collaboratively with other specialists’ designers for a co-ordinated approach for successful delivery of projects. Performing the coordination of technical aspects of utility works between the client and the utility companies.
Reviewing utility designs against client designs, challenging utility costs where appropriate to identify potential risks and savings.
Client design meetings and co-ordination of multiple utilities on-site to enable best value solutions to be implemented.
Advising on procurement strategies for new utility connections, diversionary works and disconnections.
Liaising with utility companies with regards to obtaining utility easement and wayleave information. Coordination of utility works on behalf of clients, ensuring that works are completed in line with client programs.
Managing the utility aspects of projects with a range of values and requirements. Simultaneously managing numerous projects, chasing utilities for responses to ensure project milestones are met.
Undertaking NRSWA 1991 C1-C9 processes
Developing and maintaining strong, positive working relationships with commissioners, their teams/partners and across service areas as appropriate
Being prepared to work flexibly to meet business needs, and undertaking such other duties as may be reasonably expected at this level.

What can we offer you?

On offer is a salary of £37,000 – £40,000 benefits package which includes;

Pension Scheme
24 days annual leave (+ public holidays)
Life Cover equivalent to 1 times annual salary
24/7 Employee Assistance Program and access to mental wellbeing app
Employee discount shopping schemes on major brands and retailers
Gym membership discounts
Cycle to work scheme
Broad range of learning opportunities, such as professional qualifications, collective/individual training, and personalized support programmes.

Who are we looking for?

Essential:

Relevant qualification – Bachelors or master’s in electrical engineering.
Hold a degree and/or an equivalent professional qualification in an engineering, project management or similar
Health Safety and Environmental Awareness.
Experience in effectively supervising, motivating and developing high performing teams
Experience of working within a Local Authority or Partnership organisation)
Experience of dealing with members of the public and elected members with confidence & credibility
Strong oral and written communication skills
Experience in using Microsoft Office, including the use of Teams, e-mail and electronic calendar

What you need to succeed in this role:

Ideally a Chartered Engineer, an Incorporated Engineer, or working towards full membership with a relevant institution.
A solid and thorough understanding of and experience in working in the utility industry, preferably in a business-to-business service delivery environment with experience in technical aspects of utility works, including loading calculations, network reinforcement and design, along with the ability to understand the impact of utility constraints on a scheme.
Experience of working in a utility procurement and management role, or a background in fulfilling such a role working for a house builder or develop, with a detailed knowledge of the prescribed processes for procuring utility works.
Have an understanding or experience of working in the engineering industry.
The ability to demonstrate knowledge of renewable technologies in terms of utility connections and considerations for developer connections.
An appreciation of relevant legislation, including the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 as well as other guidance that are specific to the utility sector such as HAUC, HSG47 etc.
Demonstrable experience with accurate report writing, conveying technically complex scenarios and solutions.
Able to work as part of a multidisciplinary project team.
Computer literate and experienced in all Microsoft applications.
Full driving licence.

Who are we?

EQUANS is a world leader in energy services with nearly 100,000 employees working in more than 50 countries, with an annual turnover of over 17 billion euros.

In the UK & Ireland, EQUANS is a provider of technical, FM, regeneration and energy services – with specialist capabilities in smart buildings, green mobility, district & embedded energy and decentralised renewables.

EQUANS’ 13,500 UK & Ireland employees combine these activities to help businesses, public sector organisations and government to embrace the energy transition towards net zero, and also the digital & industrial transitions that are redesigning the way we move, work and live.

EQUANS is a Bouygues group company.

What’s next?

If this role is of interest to you, please click below to register, apply and track your progress! A member of our Resourcing Team will review your application and be in touch.

For more information about EQUANS, please visit:

https://www.equans.co.uk

At Equans we’re committed to delivering a culture where everyone’s voice is heard and supported. We know the value a diverse workforce creates, delivering better results for our people, customers and stakeholders. Diversity and inclusion is at the core of what we do, should you join Equans you’ll find a welcoming and open workplace where you’re supported and encouraged to be your true self at work. You’ll also have access to our growing employee networks including WiE (Women in Equans), RISE (BAME), LGBTQI+, Working Parents, YPN (Young Professionals Network) and our Disability Network.

For this role, you must have evidence of the right to work in the UK. Unfortunately we are not able to offer a re-location package with this job role. Certain roles may require applicants to undergo a Disclosure check, as noted in the role requirements.

The EQUANS Resourcing Team supports this job advert. Agency involvement is not required. All related enquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to EQUANS Managers.

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