Junior Electrical Project Engineer Apply In Castleisland

Published 2020-02-07
Expires 2020-03-07
ID #98555840
Junior Electrical Project Engineer Apply In Castleisland
Ireland, Kerry, Castleisland,
Published February 7, 2020

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Junior electrical project engineer

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Key Responsibilities

· Developing, implementing and managing the project schedule and milestones in line with the project budget and requirements

· Managing the procurement process of all equipment, plant and materials

· Actively promote a positive safety culture; monitor and control safety performance

· Assist in sub-contractor procurement and selection, and management of same

· Progress reporting on safety, schedule, costs, etc

· Liaising and engaging with all sides of the project team and directly with the customer

· Develop a culture of continuous improvement and drive excellence to ensure cost-effective improvements in service and productivity

· Manage the testing and commissioning schedule and control of the documentation

· Prepare and collate handover documents for O&M manuals

Key Requirements

· knowledge of HV/MV/LV and electrical contracting sector

· Project management skills and experience,

Autocad Capabilities

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    Rcc Engineering
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    Registered on 7. Oct 2017
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