Randstad are recruiting an Electrical Design Engineer for a client based in Chippenham. They produce high quality machines, plants and stainless steel equipment for the treatment of municipal and industrial water and wastewater.
The successful candidate will join a small team and will be responsible for bespoke and standard Control Panel Design and electrical installation schematics for multiple projects across a range of wastewater treatment products.
You will work alongside the Lead Electrical Design Engineer to take ownership of the design of panel layout drawings and electrical installations.
A minimum of 2 years AutoCAD Electrical experience is essential.
Your core responsibilities are:
- Design of low voltage motor control panels and electrical installations
The ideal candidate will have:
- Completed a formal qualification in an Engineering discipline
- A practical approach to engineering to develop cost effective solution that meet customer requirements
- A minimum of 2 years of Auto CAD Electrical experience
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Enjoy the technical aspects in this role
- Experience in a dynamic engineering role and you are able to enjoy the attention to detail
- Enjoy working with a variety of people and able to apply a logical approach to your work
- Be conversant with an internal ERP system after a period of training
In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £34,000-£38,000 and the opportunity to hone your skills in a growing industry.
If you are interested please apply, or send me an email at
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.
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