About the job

Electrical Engineer – Temporary


Up to max of £45ph Umbrella. £30ph PAYE


Electrical Engineer

The Role

The purpose of the role is to work with other electrical engineers and designers to: Develop control system specifications, Produce design brief for electrical drafting, Specification of components, Preparation of bills of materials, Organisation and supervision of third-party electrical safety assessments.


Electrical Engineer

Main Responsibilities

  • Organising workloads for electrical and mechanical designers
  • Checking, and releasing of documentation produced by your team
  • Ensuring that projects meet project timelines
  • Creating and modifying electrical schematics, Single line, and block diagrams.
  • Producing assembly drawings for control panels and looms.
  • Creation of other documentation using MS Office software to support the manufacturing process such as bills of materials, wiring schedules and cutting lists.


Electrical Engineer

Skills and Experience


  • You will be proficient in the use of AutoCAD Electrical to produce schematics.
  • Creation of 2D drawings using AutoCAD for loom assemblies.
  • Experience specifically in using Autodesk Vault would also be an advantage.
  • Ensure high-quality designs and drawings are produced to the relevant international and industry standards
  • Experience with CATIA and Catia Cable and Harness would also be an advantage
  • Organisation and supervision of prototype product fabrication
  • Support product testing in the factory
  • Produce new accurate electrical documentation
  • Modify and update existing electrical documentation
  • Meet project timelines
  • Investigate alternative components
  • Help reduce cost and production lead times




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