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E & I Designer

  • Location:

    United Kingdom

  • Sector:

    Nuclear

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Contact:

    Simon Hancock

  • Job ref:

    454

  • Published:

    25 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-06-17

E & I Designer / Design Engineer

 

We’re looking 2 maybe 3 Electrical & Instrumentation Designers / Design Engineers for a long term client in the nuclear industry.

They are a specialist Design company providing Electrical and Instrument Design services to a variety of clients in the nuclear industry often subcontracted out from a variety of companies.

 

Role: E & I Designer

Type of position:  Contract
Salary:  Paye equivalent of £30-35/ hr Ltd 

Location: Warrington
Industry: nuclear
Reference: SH454

Date posted: 18/5/21

 

The Role

The main purpose is to provide Electrical & Instrument Design work on AutoCad  for a variety of clients within the nuclear industry.

The Designers can expect to work on multiple projects for multiple clients within the nuclear industry.

They will be on instrumentation and Electrical work such as lighting , emergency lighting and security systems , wiring , MV/ LV distribution.

Skills and experience

ONC/ HNC in Electrical ,Electronic Engineering or equivalent

5 + years experience

Required Competencies:

General Arrangements, Cable Routing drawings, Block Cable Diagrams, SLD’s, Schematics, and Layout drawings. Creating Cable schedules.

AutoCad

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