£45000 - £55000 per annum 4 days WFH, 7% pension, 27 days leave

Electrical Design Engineer - Birmingham - To £55K including £6K travel allowance

If you're an Electrical Design Engineer; and curious about shifting into a client-side role, then this opportunity should appeal.

The opportunity

This is not just another Electrical Design Engineer job. It's an opportunity to be involved in a groundbreaking scheme and completely new way of working. It's a business model that has encouraged different business to all work together under a true partnership model where they share staff, share expertise and share supply chain partners.

This business alliance model has resulted in unprecedented levels of efficiency, sustainability and safety when it comes to designing, building and maintaining large scale projects.

Due to growth across the West-Midlands they are now looking for a reliable Electrical Design Engineer, to be seconded directly to a major government organisation.

The role

As a key member of a multi-disciplinary design team (consisting of architects, MEP engineers and technicians) you'll enjoy a diverse role. No two days will ever be the same, as you'll wear multiple hats including designer, design manager, technical authority, project manager or peer reviewer.

You'll get involved in a broad range of projects including complex refurbishments and large-scale new build developments. You'll see projects from feasibility, design, to construction phase and be able to use the lessons learnt on each project to make the next project even better.

In addition to a generous salary of up to £50K, they offer 7% pension, 27 days annual leave, a discretionary annual bonus (typically 5% - 7.5%) ongoing CPD, and a travel allowance of £6K.

As an early supporter of hybrid working, this will be a largely remote / home-based role; as most of their M&E Design Team attend an office once a week.

The company

Established over 30 years ago in the UK, they have become one of the most admired companies within the construction industry and built environment. They remain privately owned company and employ over 10,000 professionals globally; and work in direct partnership with end-user clients to manage multi-billion-pound frameworks.

Some of their competed projects include the Birmingham New Street station, the Shard, the electrification of the Great Western Main Line and Royal Shakespeare Theatre.


  • 3 years' experience as an Electrical, Building Services Design Engineer.
  • Awareness of BREEAM, Building Regulations and British Standards.
  • Able to obtain IEng or MIET or CEng status.
  • Able to work in the UK without the need to be sponsored.