Strategic Mechanical and Electrical Project Engineer


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Bluetownonline Ltd
£32,910- £35,745 per annum
Electrical/Electronic, Electro-Mechanical, Mechanical
Engineering Consultancy, Machine Tools
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

Job Title: Strategic Mechanical and Electrical Project Engineer

Location: Harrogate

Salary: £32,910- £35,745 per annum

Job type: Permanent, Full Time (37 hours per week)

Closing date: 23rd September 2021

Looking for a new start? Come and work at Harrogate Borough Council.

Our values guide everything we do, and everything we do has an impact on the people who live here.

About the Role:

We are seeking a candidate who will act as the Councils Strategic Mechanical and Electrical Project Engineer to lead the development and management of significant strategic property engineering schemes and a team member for construction projects. The successful candidate will ensure that health and safety requirements are met, value for money is achieved and the Councils interests are protected at all times.

About you:

The successful applicant must be enthusiastic, self-motivated and a team player who can demonstrate an excellent track record and a high level of competence.

Given the diverse range of cases dealt with by the team sound professional knowledge together with the ability to solve problems and manage effective relationships is a key requirement.

Please click on the APPLY button and you will be redirected to the council site to complete the application.

Candidates with experience of : Project Coordinator, Project Management, Project Administrator, Operations Engineer, Production Projects Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electrician, Multi Skilled Electrical Technician, Electrical , Power Supply Engineer will also be considered.

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