Senior Electrical Design Engineer, Leicester

Senior Electrical Design Engineer

Reference: 1213872057

ERS have a client seeking to fill a post as Senior Electrical Design Engineer, who is expected to lead the electrical design of equipment to meet customers requirements, in line with budgets and timescales.




According to experience

Job Responsibilities

Automation of Cranes and Hoists.

Control of Manipulators and Robotic Arms.

Electrical Services.

Protection and control associated with the Nuclear Fuel Route.

Design of Control Desks and Panels.

PLC Based Control and Protection Systems.

Heating and Ventillation Controls.

Variable Speed Motor Drives.

Positioning Systems.

Protective Hardwired Interlocks.

Support tender and bid generation process.

On contract award, produce electrical system circuit design schemes.

Develop electrical system design concepts through to the complete engineered design.

Carry out design reviews, including basic hand calculations, making reference to appropriate standards documents to ensure validity of concepts and compliance with legal requirements.

Specification and selection of major components including transformers, switch gear, drives, industrial controls etc.

Liaise and work closely with sub-contractors and suppliers to ensure fit for purpose and timely delivery of outsourced equipment.

Generate test specifications and oversee approval tests.

Specify and support the installation and commissioning of equipment.

For a Senior Engineer, effectively manage design engineering resources including timescales and budgets.

Tel: 01454 203 460


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