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Electrical Engineer - Buildings

Ref: JN -102018-63261
Asia, Singapore
Construction & Engineering, Mechanical & Electrical
17th October 2018
Job Type

Senior Electrical/Electrical Engineer

Our client is an international consulting firm consisting of M&E engineers providing expertise for the planning and design of iconic residential and commercial buildings. With many new exciting projects in the pipeline, they are now seeking to grow their Electrical design team to work on their building projects.

Working Experience in Singapore is mandatory for this job.

Job Responsibilities

  • Design of high-rise buildings and industrial complexes
  • Liase with authorities on submissions as a Qualified Person Representative
  • Ensuring that team members, managers and clients are consistently well informed about progress and timelines
  • Provide concept sketch design to drafters for detailed design
  • Provide cost estimates for M&E designs

Job Requirements

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering recognized by Professional Engineers Board (PEB)
  • Familiar with Local Code of Practice.
  • CORENET Submission experience to SCDF, SPPG, TFCC, LTA and BCA.
  • Minimum 3 years of of working experience in a consultant
  • Experience in Design with HV, LV and ELV systems.
  • Logical thinking and analytical skills
  • Good Communication skills

Candidates with more experience and/or registered PE will be considered for associate positions.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with an organisation that is at the forefront of smart buildings. If you feel like this role describes your career aspirations, then please forward a copy of your latest CV to or call Haider at +65 6800 9279 for a detailed discussion on the role.

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