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Fourblue are recruiting for a NERS Electrical Design Engineer to provide technical design consultancy services to clients for utility connections and networks in the UK including:
Power Quality Surveys
Load Flow, Fault Level and Protection Studies
Generator Compliance Studies Responsibilities
Provide design services for electricity distribution networks on behalf of Distribution Network Operators and private network operators up to and including 132kV.
Design of “contestable works” under the National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) for new connections and diversionary works up to and including 132kV.
To undertake general design duties within the renewable sector including the application for G99 connections, assisting with renewable site layouts and “post meter” electrical design.
Provide electrical design support resource to other departments of SMS as directed by the Head of Engineering/Senior Project Engineer
Ensure that designs are “fit for purpose”, comply with legal and regulatory requirements and good industry practice, with particular emphasis on SHEQ compliance. Employ specifications that meet the customer’s requirements and/or minimum cost in a timely manner.
Undertake a supporting role for the Head of Engineering in meeting financial and marketing objectives to ensure the profitability of the department is achieved. Requirements
A Level 5 (or equivalent) qualification in electrical engineering is desirable but not essential.
In the absence of a Level 5 (or equivalent) electrical qualifications, Level 3 electrical qualifications along with suitable experience is essential.
A Qualification in Project Management (Prince 2) is desirable
IOSH Managing Safely (or equivalent) or better is desirable.
Membership of a professional body such as the IET is desirable, where Incorporated/Chartered Engineer Status would be seen as an advantage.
Please give Hannah a call on (phone number removed) for more information
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