|Location||London, England/London All|
|Career Level||Not Specified|
|Salary||£350 - £500 per day|
|Company Size||Not Specified|
|Posted Date||November 29th 2012|
|Start Date||Not Specified|
|Closing Date||December 7th 2012 (for applications)|
Morson International are currently recruiting electrical and mechanical design engineers for a number of leading rail based consultancies.
The positions are a mixture of principal, senior ,and intermediate levels relating to M+E
The electrical design engineers are a mixture of HV design relating to sub stations and cables, and the design relating to lighting and control circuits, and LV power and supply distribution.
The mechanical design relates to piping systems and HVAC systems.
The candidates must have experience of AMTECH, HEVACOMP, DIALUX, RELUX ,MICROSPFT OFFICE and MICROSOFT PROJECT.
Key areas of responsibility:
The priorities of this role include:
• Producing high quality, accurate designs, to client’s contractual requirements and company standards
• Participating in the project team contributing to two way communications with staff in the team
• Assisting in the development of staff skills, providing appropriate mentoring and support as required
• Co-operate with other team members, the responsible design manager, project manager and planners to optimise utilisation and project delivery
The ideal candidate should possess an appropriate technical qualification or equivalent and be able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge.
• Extensive experience in the design of railway mechanical and electrical systems ideally in both sub-surface and above ground stations.
• Familiarity with LUL/NWR/RG Standards and British/European Standards.
• Ability to deliver complex designs to time, budget, quality and scheduled requirements.
Degree (or equivalent) in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering
Bachelors or 4 Year Degree
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