Principal Electrical Design Engineer Job In Bristol

Principal Electrical Design Engineer


  • £40000 - £55000 per annum
  • Posted: 16/07/2019
  • Bristol
  • Job Ref: 92109
  • Permanent

Job Details

Principal Electrical Design Engineer

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to join a new office?
Are you based in Bristol or the West Country?
Is growing an office something that interests you?

I have a fantastic opportunity for a Principal Electrical Design Engineer in Bristol. It is with a company who are expanding and opening a brand new office in Bristol. They need a Principal Mechanical Design Engineer to come in and help grow the office.

The company are moving into a newly renovated city centre office. The office has everything you’d want from a modern workspace, it’s kitted out with a roof terrace with outstanding views, communal spaces to network with other companies and workers, a gym, and gym classes.

The Role

The role of a Principal Electrical Design Engineer will include,

-          Leading projects


-          Client liaison


-          Design work


-          CAD/BIM/Revit use


-          Work alongside BIM team


-          Grow the office


-          Client facing meetings


-          Work closely with other company offices

Who You’ll Be

The right Principal Electrical Design Engineer candidate will be an experienced engineer who has worked across a wide range of project sectors. One of the main qualities needed will be personability as you will be in a client facing role. Ideally you’ll be degree qualified but this is not essential.

Benefits

There are fantastic benefits to the role of Principal Electrical Design Engineer, these include


-          Salary of £50,000 - £60,000 depending on experience


-          5% Salary bonus


-          25 Days holiday


-          Option to purchase up to 5 more days


-          Pension scheme


-          Access to the office gym


-          Gym classes


-          Cycle to work scheme

The Firm

Their key skills centre around engineering in the built environment. They help their clients solve development issues such as infrastructure planning, building design and refurbishment by giving expert advice and design support. Their work covers everything from initial surveys and analysis, modelling, detailed design and beyond.