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Lead Electrical Engineer

  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Construction, Commerical New Build
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  • Location: Berkshire
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  • Job reference: 2020-41013_1578997200

Job Description

Primat Recruitment are seeking a Lead Electrical Engineer to join a project based in the Berkshire area. The project is working on the design, construction and set-up of a petro-chemical plant overseas. This position is due to last for 12 months with high chance of extension.

As the Lead Electrical Engineer, you will have a wealth of experience within your discipline and have held lead roles in large projects before. It would also be advantageous to have experience on FEED execution, detail engineering, procurement and construction.

Your role will involve the review and monitoring of the development of work activities related to your field and in order to carry out this responsibility you must have excellent management and communication skills.

As the Electrical Engineer you should have a degree in a related engineering field.

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