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Electricial engineer

Salary: £30,000
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Warwickshire, United Kingdom
Posted: 27 Jun 2011 03:06:30

We are currently seeking an electrical engineer to assist with the provision of grid connection and electrical engineering services for renewable energy generation projects. The successful applicant will report to the senior electrical engineer within the project delivery team and will provide consultancy services to our clients for the development and delivery of renewable energy projects with a focus on grid connection services.

Previous experience with the grid connection of renewable energy generators would be highly valued.

Essential key attributes
• Degree or HND qualified in electrical engineering
• 3+ years experience working in electrical engineering

Advantageous are:
• Experience in the renewable energy sector
• Experience with the grid connection of renewable energy generators
• Experience with power systems analysis
• Proven track record within a consultancy environment



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