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Electrical Engineer

  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Energy
  • Discipline:
  • Location: Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2018-38954_1539012643

Job Description


On behalf of our client, Primat is looking for an Electrical Engineer to join our Clients Oil and Gas operation based in Great Yarmouth for a duration of approximately 3 months.


Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure, as far as is practically possible, that all assigned work is carried out in compliance with the agreed budget and schedule.
  • Be responsible for assessing effectiveness of working practices and systems with a view to continuously improving systems, personal and team performance.
  • Keep up to date with technical developments, National and International standards and legislative requirements related to the discipline scope.
  • Encourage and provide lateral learning within the project.
  • Commitment to and promotion of values and ensuring the realisation of company and project health, safety, environmental, quality and ethics, systems, policies and procedures.

Skills and Expereince:

  • Experienced in the use of design and assessment methods used within discipline.
  • Competent in use of analytical methods used within discipline including theoretical background for analysis programs.
  • Able to estimate hours and materials for delegated aspects of work.
  • Able to work with other disciplines and draughting sections to meet delivery dates.

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