Graduate Electrical Engineer

Waldeck Consulting
£18000 - £23000/annum + Benefits
09 Jun 2017
08 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
The Role:
We are recruiting for a Graduate Electrical Engineer for our expanding Electrical Engineering team. You must be a passionate and driven individual to provide high quality sustainable design and project delivery and meet client requirements within their key market sectors

Working as part of multi-disciplinary teams involved in the design and construction of a diverse range of projects in either the Rail, Energy, Manufacturing or Energy industries, Graduate Engineers will assist the lead technical specialists to produce detailed designs for complex engineering projects. Working against tight deadlines and devising technically brilliant and safe solutions to problems will be a day-to-day activity that will lead to development of a broad knowledge and skill in engineering.

Key Responsibilities:

• Producing design calculations, sketches, specifications, reports and risk assessments
• Analyse Mechanical or Electrical Systems using appropriate calculation software
• Understand briefing and scope of work
• Undertake analysis of project elements using suitable software packages and produce structural models
• Under supervision, undertake significant elements of the detailed design

The Person:
• Qualified to Degree level in Electrical Engineering. Ideally 2:1 or above
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to prioritise workloads and meet deadlines
• Able to work effectively both individually and enjoy contributing in the wider team to achieve targets and objectives as required
• Demonstrate commitment and enthusiasm

The Package:
• In return you will receive a highly competitive graduate salary
• 3% Non-Contributory Pension Scheme
• Annual Performance Related Bonus Scheme
• Continued Career Development
• A Range of Flexible Benefits

Note: this job advert is not an exhaustive list of the responsibilities and activities that the job holder may be required to undertake