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Project Manager (Electrical)

Salary: £60,000 + Bonus
Job Type: Full Time
Location: United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Posted: 03 Mar 2014 02:03:38

Job Title: Electrical Project Manager
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: £45,000~£60,000 (Depending upon experience) + 10% + Benefits
Location: London, UK (Nationwide Role / Mainly South)
REF: EPM1001
Status: Live

About the role

As the Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for working on assignments covering all aspects of LV/MV technical work relating to planning and execution of projects and development works. The Electrical Project Manager is multi-disciplined and has knowledge and experience of the design and operation of consumer LV and MV distribution systems containing embedded generation.

Develop electrical distribution systems for industrial applications and plans these systems using recognised industry standards and specifications.
Perform system calculations and studies for electrical power systems – load flow, voltage drop, motor starting, short circuit studies, and relay coordination studies.

Develop test requirements and assist in electrical equipment checks and startup.
Review and check all assigned project electrical installation drawings for compliance with all company and project instructions (One-line diagrams, electrical equipment location drawings, plan drawings, details, schematics, wiring diagrams, etc.) of technical vendor submittals for installation requirements.
Develop technical bid tabulation to support the selection of major electrical equipment
Assist in the development of project schedules and manpower requirements.
Review and checking of technical vendor submittals for installation requirements.
The Electrical Project Manager would provide electrical support to teams of energy specialists and also as Project Manager of Front End Designs and Implementation Works.
Experience in the following would be advantageous:
Working within teams of multi-discipline engineers
Knowledge of industry standards and legal requirements
LV and MV CHP generation schemes
DNO requirements for generation connections
Commissioning Scoping studies (to be undertaken by others) of load flow, fault level and protection
Specifying earthing requirements for power system and for lightning protection
Defining Scopes for detailed distribution circuit design and installation work (to be undertaken by contractors)
Utilities
Energy Savings Technology
Control Systems

About the company

Our Client are a Energy & Carbon Management Consultancy, who offer project management consultancy aswell as a number of other services to their clients across the UK.

Requirements

To successfully apply for the role of Electrical Project Manager Vacancy you must demonstrate you are capable of the following:-
5 Years+ experience in project management
Knowledge of both theoretical and practical aspects of project management
Proven experience of working in CDM type projects
Proven experience in people management
Proven experience in strategic planning
Proven experience in risk management
Working knowledge of ISA Standards and International Codes.
Effective computer skills; Microsoft Office software

If you are interested in the above Energy Vacancy please send a copy of your CV quoting the job reference to info@bestlinksolutions.co.uk



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