|Job Ref:||204695088||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Coventry||Address:||Post Code:||CV1||Salary:||£45000 - £60000/annum + benefits||Post Date:||18/10/2016 14:02|
An Electrical Design Team Leader is required by a global energy provider to join their Community Energy business and lead the electrical design of district heating systems.|
The main responsibilities of the role are as follows:
- Preparing of technical electrical design including drawings and specification.
- Ensuring compliance with CE design standard, all relevant regulations, legislations, British Standards and Codes of Practice.?
- Developing, reviewing and improving CE design standards in line with best practice and lessons learnt.
- Ensuring compliance with CDM and all relevant H&S regulations.
- Liaising with DNO`s for G59 distribution generation grid connections at HV and LV.?
- Liaison with external project team contractors, clients and other project stakeholders.
- Actively engage in knowledge sharing internally and externally to the NA business.
- Providing life cycle technical support through construction, operation, and decommissioning.
- Undertaking the role of Principle Designer or Designer under the construction design management regulation.
- Production / Modification of 2D/3D electrical drawings.
- Feed into the Project Management Process of Community Energy Projects including Project Risk Register and Schedule.?
- Take an active part in process safety activities such as HAZID and HAZOP.
You will be a Chartered Engineer with a degree qualification in a relevant subject (e.g. Electrical Engineering). You will have working knowledge of Energy Centre of Plant Room functionality, operation and design and also experience of BIM workflows and AutoCAD Revit. In addition, you will need knowledge of UK electrical regulations and standards including BS 7671, whilst a NEBOSH Health & Safety Certificate would be advantageous. Any previous experience of district heating systems would be of interest but is not essential