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Electrical Engineer

Job Description

MEICA Electrical Engineer
Are you looking for a MEICA Electrical Engineer role? Interested in working in a genuinely great Organisation?

VANRATH are recruiting a MEICA Electrical Engineer to work within an existing Mechanical Electrical Control & Automation (MEICA) based water and wastewater environment. Your role will be to deliver the electrical elements of contracts and tenders of specific projects as required within the Water and Wastewater industry. You will be required to integrate in to the existing MEICA environment and be mainly based in Belfast and willing to travel within the UK.

c£33,000, alongside holiday entitlement and pension (from day one).

Our client is one of the largest Construction organisations in NI.

The Ideal Person
As a Process Engineer your main skills and experience will include:


  • Relevant qualification in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Previous experience of multidiscipline projects preferably within the Water/ Wastewater Industry.
  • Ability to draft complex control panel design drawings with Eplan and AutoCAD.
  • Ability to populate electrical design inputs to Amtec for electrical decimation, schedules and schematic drawings
  • Good knowledge in Analytical instrumentation, PLC and SCADA systems.
  • Experience of delivering electrical support to the construction and operational teams.
  • Ability to successfully implement, maintain and ensure compliance of Health & Safety legislation.
  • Experience of working with various site team members, and ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Fully flexible regarding travel, prepared to travel to site locations within the UK and Ireland.
  • Full valid driving licence.


  • Third level qualification in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Experience of working in MEICA engineering teams.
  • CSR/CSCS Qualification or equivalent.
  • Membership of one or more associated professional institutes.
  • BIM or other equivalent software
  • Experience of NICIEC 18th Addition and Sparksafe

The following reflect the main tasks associated with your position and are not intended to be exclusive or exhaustive:

    • Compliance with Health & Safety and CDM Regulations ensuring that all design and installation relating to H&S and CDM legislation are complied with. Ensure all aspects of the Design Works instructions and contract scope are implemented.
    • Contribute to the production of the electrical element of the Client/Contractors tender, ensuring they are complete and unambiguous.
    • Ensure the electrical design has been developed on the Project with respect to mitigating Health and Safety issues prior to the construction phase.
    • Ensure the project team are working to the agreed Contractors Proposals.
    • Provide guidance to the project team on Electrical related issues.
    • Liaise with their Project Principal to coordinate resource requirements and reporting on project performance.

For further information on this vacancy, or any other Built Environment job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Chris Haddock in the strictest confidence.