Sunday, 17 July 2016

Aspect,Senior to Associate Electrical Engineer Jobs in Australia

Building Services - Central Location
Due to increasing workload on healthcare, infrastructure and specialist commercial building projects there is an opportunity to join the building services team within this well known consultancy.  With a strong focus on environmentally sustainable design, their project portfolio also includes educational, laboratory, institutional and residential building projects for both private and p
ublic clients. 

Employed as a Senior or Associate Electrical Engineer, you will be using your experience and technical ability to bring in new business, complete engineering analysis and concept design of electrical services for new projects.  Using your exceptional communication and presentation skills coupled with your technical expertise you will lead projects and guide project teams as well as present to clients and other project stakeholders. 

As the successful candidate you will have:
  • A recognised Electrical Engineering degree or qualification
  • Circa 10 + years experience working as a Electrical Engineer within a building services consulting environment
  • Extensive experience working on technical building projects with solid understanding of local building codes and standards
  • Previous experience in ESD highly desirable as is proficiency in AutoCAD
  • Solid understanding of healthcare buildings codes and standards
  • Excellent communication with the ability to integrate well into an existing team
A competitive salary is on offer along with an excellent working environment and the opportunity to work within a leading consultancy.  Not only will you be working on prestigious projects but you will be given varied responsibilities and the opportunity to lead an exceptional engineering team. 

If you feel you have the above skills and experience, then we want to hear from you.
Apply or contact Jessie Griffith on 03 9092-7201 for a confidential discussion. Alternatively you can email her at

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