Electrical Project Engineer

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Closing Date: 25th January 2018
Reports To: Project Manager
Position Summary:

The team focus on Mechanical and Electrical Site Projects. The Electrical Project Engineer will profitably engineer, procure and manage these projects, from receipt of order through to invoice and completion. The role includes detailed design work for individual projects as well as providing engineering support. Whilst projects are often combined electrical and mechanical, this role requires a bias of strong electrical knowledge and experience.

Location: Bath
Division: Rotork Site Services
Rotork Office: UK - Bath - Flowco Ltd
Job Type: Full Time
Area Of Interest: Engineering
Contact: Roz King
Contact Email: bathrecruitment@rotork.com

Job Description

Main Responsibilities:

  • Interpret prospective customer requirements and estimate costs to meet those requirements, together with offering any beneficial alternatives. Liaise with Sales to ensure adequate information is available for compiling estimates
  • Work with the Project Manager to review contracts for technical compliance within the confines of the quotation to enable order acceptance
  • Work under own supervision project-managing all aspects of projects from initial site meetings/survey through to final completion and invoicing
  • Ensure all assigned contracts are delivered within the time-scales and costs depicted by the contract programme
  • Maintain the company’s NICEIC approval ensuring that all installations comply with current regulations and that relevant documentation is produced
  • Ensure products and applications are designed and manufactured to comply with the relevant standards and integrity required
  • Ensure the technical capability of the company is maintained to the highest level and that we comply with relevant BS standards and legislation at all times
  • Liaise with all personnel/departments, statutory authorities, customers, and suppliers as required
  • Ensure adherence to Quality Systems (ISO 9001), Health and Safety, and other legislation (CDM, etc)
  • Survey and measurement of site equipment, typically valves, actuators, pipe work and associated controls on customer sites across all industries served. Where necessary removal of existing equipment to obtain detail required to design adaption components
  • Produce detailed drawings (manufacturing, installation, etc)
  • Produce all relevant Electrical and Mechanical interfaces including BCD P&IDs and Schematic wiring diagrams in line with specific designs
  • Source, order and expedite material, tools and equipment for contracts ensuring that time-scales and budgets are met

Candidate Specification:

  • Conscientious and self-motivated with the ability to work to deadlines with the minimum of supervision
  • Organised / structured approach with the ability to co-ordinate, balance and achieve all aspects of design/build activity
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills, written and oral
  • Adaptable and positive attitude and a good team worker

Functional / Technical Competencies:

  • Degree or equivalent in electrical/electronic engineering
  • City & Guilds 2391 Level 3 qualification (to maintain company’s NICEIC approval)
  • 17th edition wiring regulations
  • Design and Project Management experience
  • Proficient Microsoft Office user i.e. Outlook, Word, Excel
  • The holder will be required to attend training courses to attain Safety Passport, Confined Space and First Aid Competence. There will also be a requirement to carry out customer inductions and medicals

In addition the following would be advantageous:

  • Design experience and working knowledge of CAD, in particular Solid Edge
  • A working knowledge and understanding of valves, actuators and associated plant and equipment


Please send fully up to date CV and full letter of application, stating how your skills and experience match the job requirements.