Senior Engineer - Traction Power

Sydney Metro | Permanent / Full Time
Listed: 3rd Jan 2018
  • Professional, global consultancy
  • Opportunity to work on major, iconic projects
  • Flexible working, global growth opportunities and leading career development
Senior Engineer – Traction Power
$90,000 - $140,000
Senior Engineer – Traction Power required to join a dynamic global engineering consultancy following a string of major project wins including the Sydney and Melbourne Metro.

CGC are working with a highly professional, world leading design and engineering consultancy. They have a highly enviable reputation and offer flexible working arrangements, attractive salaries, global growth opportunities and career development training.
Due to a string of recent project wins and continued development of the infrastructure team we are looking to hire a Senior Electrical Engineer. Ideal candidates will have at least 10 years of electrical experience.
  • Experience of electrical rail substations, earthing / bonding, traction power,
  • Meet established budgets and delivery schedules for each assignment.
  • Experience in Day to Day electrical work and development of teams of electrical engineers and mentoring junior staff.
  • Ability to work with multidisciplinary teams effectively to complete projects on time and budget.
  • Cost Estimating, Fee development and schedule creation.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work on multiple, unique assignments simultaneously is required with strong organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Self-motivated, team-oriented and flexible individual must possess the initiative and ability to tackle new projects, challenges, and concepts.

  • Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering or similar field
  • A minimum of 10 years of electrical experience
  • 10+ years of power system experience with an emphasis on traction power for mass transit
  • Functional knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of applications
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
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