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Electrical Design Engineer

Position: Location: Salary: Ref: Type: Sector: Posted:
Electrical Design Engineer Glasgow Unit 2 Washington Court, 6 Washington Lane Scotland EH11 2HA Peace Recruitment >GBP £29,000 - £38,000 DOE + Benefits 15806 Permanent Building Services (M&E) 11/02/2020

Peace Recruitment is excited to be working with a busy Building Services consultancy based in Glasgow as we assist them in their search for a talented Electrical Design Engineer. They are a UK based consultancy, who deliver projects in a variety of sectors across the country.

You will be in a busy team of experienced engineers who are working on a mix of commercial and public sector projects, so you will be involved from day 1 in helping to get these over the line.

Required experience:

  • A minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience within Building Services design on a range of construction projects
  • Experience in the use of Dialux/ Relux/ AutoCAD/ Amtech and Microsoft Office Suite
  • The ability to work under tight time constraints
  • Good team working skills
  • Ability to develop good working relations with internal and external clients
  • Knowledge and understanding of the legislative changes and impact on the project 

In return:

  • A competitive market salary
  • Support and guidance from those more experienced around you
  • Pension scheme
  • 34 days holiday
  • Opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of projects
  • Life assurance
  • Cycle to Work scheme

If you are interested in this opportunity and you meet the requirements set out above, please get in touch with Tom Barratt on 0131 510 0305 or send your CV to

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Tom Barratt
Recruitment Consultant – Mechanical & Electrical Engineering (Building Services) and Facilities Management

  0131 510 0305
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