Electrical Engineer International Sponsorship Available

February 10, 2024
£38.2 - £43.4 / year

Job Description

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Electrical Building Services Design Engineer, Building Design Team.

 

  • Annual salary ranges from £38,223 to £43,421.
  • Permanent, full-time, 37 hours each week.
  • Preston, Lancashire. (Hybrid Working)

 

International sponsorship –

This position is open to foreign sponsorship.

 

We are now recruiting.

Lancashire County Council seeks an enthusiastic Electrical Building Services Design Engineer with strong project management skills and experience in electrical design for building services. This position will be part of the Mechanical & Electrical Team within the Asset Management Building Design Team.

Our Asset Management Service is a diverse and professional team that delivers a comprehensive capital programme for the county council’s property and highway assets, such as schools, libraries, museums, and offices. Our Building Design team comprises Architects and Architectural Technicians, Structural Engineers, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, and Building Services Engineers. We are looking for an Electrical Engineer for a design and specification function.

 

We are looking for…

Creative and ambitious. Experienced Electrical Design Engineer focused on building services. As a creative thinker, you’ll contribute to team performance by managing building projects from conception to completion. You will provide designs for many elements, including LV distribution, EV charging, power generation, small power, lighting, emergency lighting, fire alarms, nurse call systems, lightning protection, and controls, in line with current guidelines and laws.You will assist the Electrical Project Manager in leading or supporting various projects. Your expert expertise will help to the administration of project finances, health and safety, surveys, and more. You’ll be confident and self-assured, with the ability to engage with a range of technical specialists and partners, and your aggressive yet diplomatic attitude will ensure that projects are delivered on time, safely, and professionally.

You will be a specialist in electrical design for building services and passionate about sustainability and carbon reduction measures. Your innovative approach will contribute to the decarbonisation of Lancashire’s infrastructure with projects such as replacing ageing heating systems with air-to-water heat pumps and installing solar panels. Our goal by 2030 is to significantly reduce our carbon footprint and achieve further climate change.

The ideal candidate will excel at electrical design for building services and be able to challenge external partners and multidisciplinary teams. They will also be confident in challenging processes and procedures to ensure legislative and strategic requirements are met. They will be calm under pressure, purposeful in their approach, and tactful when overcoming challenges.

 

Why join us?

Benefits include 26 days of annual leave, which increases to 32 days after 5 years of service, bank holidays, 2 additional days at Christmas, and the option to purchase an additional 20 days. We also offer a generous public sector pension with shared AVCs, as well as a benefits package that includes discounts on dog care, day care, holidays, and long service.

At Lancashire County Council, you will receive support and development to achieve your Chartered status. This includes opportunities for personal growth and development, multidisciplinary initiatives, mentoring, making a difference, feeling valued, and achieving job satisfaction, as well as other benefits.

You will be needed to furnish a car for usage in conjunction with the duties of this position, which must be insured for business purposes. However, we may consider you if you are unable to drive due to a disability.

 

How to Apply…

Please contact us for an initial informal and confidential chat.

Contact Simon Birch (Building Design Manager) on 01772 539263.

Please ensure that you have uploaded and included your supporting statement demonstrating how you meet the requirements for the post. The panel may be unable to nominate you for an interview without this evidence.

In return, Lancashire County Council provides a variety of incentives, which can be seen on the LCC Vacancies website.

We reserve the right to close a vacancy early, before the closing date, if we get enough applications.