Degree Qualified Electrical Engineer needed to work on a freelance contract in Central London. This is a major London station upgrade which will contine for the next 6-12 months.
My client a tier 1 civil engineering contractor are looking for an experienced Electrical Engineer to join their team on a freelance basis in Central London. The chosen candidate will be part of the MEP team working on a major station upgrade, reporting into a MEP Project Manager and managing a the electrical subcontractor each day.
Please, do not apply if you do not have a Degree in Electrical Engineering and experience within rail.
- A permanent opportunity working with a market leading contractor
- An attractive salary and package
- The chance to assist on a large scale project
- Opportunity to work with a specialist contractor
- Travel allowance
- £6 lunch money per day
Roles and responsibilities:
- Procurement of materials and assurance to the specific design
- Help monitor the work on site
- Managing subcontractors
- Cost checking against order design approval
- Operate and promote a high standard of health and safety and environment compliance
- Help assist completion of paper works including work package plans and inspection and test plans
- Raise technical queries
- Degree qualified in Engineering or equivalent
- Experience working with a recognised M&E contractor
- Knowledge of the rail environment
- Excellent communication and organisation skills
- A valid CSCS card
If you are interested in this role please apply with your CV or contact Morgan Broughton at Randstad CPE - London.
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