Building Services Engineer Electrical
Working for an International Client with a rapidly expanding Building services division.
You will responsible for the delivery of engineering aspects of projects from inception to completion either by leading or working as part of a team. Perform all conventional aspects of the discipline area subject matter, including,550 understanding brief definition, design and development, producing and checking design calculations, preparation of technical specifications & enquiries, research investigations, consultation with component manufacturers and constructors, monitoring performance results and the preparation of reports. Work may require investigation of related areas and technologies outside of previous experience.
Performing assignments requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles. Use judgment in making selections and adaptation of engineering options. Deliver in accordance with defined performance criteria and stakeholder expectations.
- Responsible for the design, validation, specification, selection and services relating to a range of building services systems to support bids and projects including; electrical equipment and systems Power generation equipment, HV/LV distribution, Lighting/Emergency Lighting, Small Power, Lightning Protection, Fire Alarms, Comms./ Control
- Produce or manage the production of conceptual through to detailed construction designs, specifications and equipment selection, bills of materials and requisitioning.
- Responsible for ensuring that assigned tasks are completed within time and budget constraints
- Perform equipment inspections & factory acceptance tests on new equipment and conditioning reports on recovered deployed equipment.
- Plans, schedules, and conducts work requiring judgment in the independent evaluation, selection, and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria for Electrical, general Mechanical & HVAC Equipment.
- Perform work which involves conventional engineering practice but may include a variety of complex features such as conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials and difficult coordination requirements.