Band / Grade A2
Post Type Permanent, External
Working Pattern Full Time
Contract Type Permanent
Salary £50,870 - £62,643 per annum
Leave entitlement Starting at 30 days per annum, pro-rata
Pension Civil Service Pension Scheme
Closing Date 20/12/2020, 23:55
Interview dates Interviews are expected to be held in mid-January
Job Description Senior Electrical Engineer job description.pdf – 109KB
Parliament’s Estates portfolio team manages all property and engineering infrastructure across the Parliamentary Estate. The Estate consists of around 14 main buildings ranging from the historic Palace of Westminster to the modern Portcullis House, is located within a UNESCO World Heritage site, and spans 4 conservation areas.
The Design Authority manages the lifecycle of the engineering assets together with providing advice and assurance to the Project Delivery and Maintenance groups. The Design Authority is the core of expert in-house staff providing continuity, direction and support to colleagues, consultants and contractors, and represents the estate with key external bodies.
Working within the Design Authority, the Senior Electrical Engineer will focus on the provision of subject matter expertise for electrical engineering and provide team leadership and long-term assurance and benefits to Parliament. The post holder will work closely with complementary posts and will concentrate on core delivery over the short to medium term.
- Chartered Electrical Engineer and Member of IET or equivalent with experience with consultants and with client-side experience. Demonstrable management skills and projects delivery awareness and demonstrable competence of operating in a complex stakeholder environment.
- Applies a range of analytical techniques to understand complex issues and risks particularly in electrical building services, making strategic decisions leading to workable solutions or mitigations. Basic understanding of tender processes, contract management, finance, public procurement, listed building and safety regulations.
- Promotes and facilitates effective relationships between staff, managers, consultants and contractors ensuring that everyone is treated with dignity, courtesy and respect. Ensures engagement of Members, Peers and other key stakeholders in decision making processes and organisational change.
All applications must be submitted on a House of Commons application form.
More information and the full criteria can be found on the job description.