Jacobs Lighting and Power Engineer – Transportation Technology in London, United Kingdom
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About the opportunity:
This is an exciting opportunity to join our Transportation business unit delivering services centred on key transportation markets to clients principally across the United Kingdom but through our networks and growth strategies supporting projects across the world.
You will be joining the Technology Solutions group within our Electrical Design Team. With teams across the UK this role would be based in our Birmingham, London, Manchester, Glasgow, or Leeds offices, whilst offering flexible working.
As a part of our Electrical team we provide strategic, feasibility and designs to a range of clients including National Highways, National Rail, Local Authorities’ and Airports. The work includes providing design and consultancy services for electrical and lighting for different sectors of infrastructure including Highways, Rail, Aviation and local authority networks. In addition you will be a part of the team responsible for delivering and overseeing a variety these projects involving Street Lighting, EV, Rail platforms, AGL, EMC and Environmental impact to name a few.
Technical lead on electrical & lighting projects;
Leading the preparation of lighting and electrical designs at feasibility, optioneering, planning and detailed design stages;
Working with colleagues across our network of offices both in technology solutions and other disciplines;
Programme and cost monitoring;
Delivery of technical specifications and contract documentation;
Preparation of technical reports, feasibility studies, designs, specifications and contract documents;
Conducting detailed daytime and night time surveys;
Supporting the production of Environmental Impact Assessments reports, Economic Assessments reports and Business Cases;
Liaison with clients, electricity suppliers, contractors, professional organisations, sub-consultants and other design teams.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experience of designing to British lighting and electrical standards (including but not limited to BS5489, BSEN 13201 and BS7671);
Experience of liaising with clients, the public, stakeholders and local authorities;
Knowledge of National Rail, National Highways or local authority requirements for relevant projects;
Experience of carrying out lighting inspections and light measurements;
Clear communication skills and the individual must be able to develop strong technical credibility with the client and be able to foster relationships in a partnering environment;
Experience with completing detailed site inspections / surveys;
Technical report writing skills;
Computer skills including proprietary lighting and electrical design programmes e.g. Lighting Reality; Dialux.
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