Senior Electrical Engineer

Natural Power

Stirling, United Kingdom

The Role

To provide direction, assistance and support with regards to the electrical engineering requirements of a project through development, pre-construction, construction and operation.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the role include:

  • Advise clients on technical aspects of their grid connection;
  • Liaise with NGET and DNOs to secure the most favourable grid connection for the client/project;
  • Assist Project Manager with the delivery of the client’s project;
  • Provide guidance and support to direct reports in the fulfilment of their duties;
  • Ensure technical aspects of the electrical infrastructure of a project are designed, installed and commissioned correctly;
  • Facilitate compliance testing of a completed project;
  • Review technical aspects of grid connection to ensure they meet current legislation;
  • Review technical aspects of electrical infrastructure to ensure that any risks to operation, compliance and lifetime are identified;
  • Where required, mitigation measures to risks will be identified and budgetary costs and benefits detailed;
  • Provide guidance and support to direct reports in the fulfilment of their duties;
  • Undertake line manager duties for direct reports;
  • The post-holder will be required to undertake such duties as may reasonably be expected. All members of staff are expected to be professional, co-operative and flexible within the needs of the post, the department and the Company;
  • Duties of the post could vary from time to time as a result of new legislation, changes in technology or policy. In this event, appropriate training will be provided.



  • Degree qualified in electrical engineering and/or relevant experience;
  • Demonstrate a broad knowledge and understanding of engineering principles for project management;
  • Knowledge of High Voltage networks, infrastructure and protection methodologies;
  • Highly organised, detail orientated with the ability to effectively influence and negotiate across all levels;
  • Exceptional time management skills coupled with an aptitude for flexibility;
  • Pragmatic approach to problem solving.


  • Previous experience within a consultancy;
  • Significant previous experience in construction engineering or asset management.

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