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Technical Project Lead Engineer/Electrician


Job Summary: The Technical Project Lead Engineer/Electrician will be responsible for overseeing electrical installations and projects at customer sites, including multi-set generator packages and single set installations. This role requires flexibility, as it may involve staying away from home for extended periods. The primary objective is to ensure high-quality service, equipment, and complete customer satisfaction.

Liaises with: Depot Operations Supervisors, Service Engineers, Sales Team, Hire Desk Team, Transport Department, Management Team


Key Responsibilities:

  • Install generators, cables, and distribution equipment on customers' sites in compliance with current legislation.

  • Perform on-site testing to relevant British Standards and complete necessary documentation, maintaining records for health and safety (H&S) and auditing purposes.

  • Assist in conducting site surveys to ascertain customer requirements.

  • Engage in watchkeeping duties on-site alongside depot engineers.

  • Provide technical support to sales and service departments as needed.

  • Collaborate with depot facilities and staff to maintain the hire fleet according to company procedures.

  • Prepare and repair cables and distribution equipment in line with company protocols.

  • Conduct routine maintenance and attend breakdowns on-site as required.

  • Assist with depot duties during non-project periods, including equipment preparation, major repairs, and storage tasks.

  • Foster teamwork and cooperation within individual depots and across the Stuart Group of companies.

  • Act in the best interests of Stuart Group companies and avoid actions that could damage the company's reputation.

  • Adhere to health and safety guidelines provided by the company, in line with ISO accreditations.

  • Perform any other ad-hoc duties as assigned by the direct Line Manager or the Management Team.

  • Be prepared to work at different locations as per the operational needs of the business.


Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience.

  • Certified Electrician with relevant licenses and certifications.

  • Extensive experience in electrical installations, particularly in generator installations.

  • Strong understanding of relevant legislation and standards.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Flexibility to work away from home for extended periods.

  • Commitment to maintaining high standards of workmanship and safety.

  • Problem-solving skills and attention to detail.

  • Valid driver's license.

  • Willingness to undergo additional training and development as required.


Work Environment: The role involves working both indoors and outdoors at customer sites, often in challenging conditions. Travel and overnight stays away from home may be required.


Note: This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the position and is not an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities, or working conditions associated with it. Responsibilities may change over time to adapt to the needs of the business.

In return we offer:

  • A competitive salary 

  • Development opportunities & qualifications

  • Company Pension scheme (after qualifying period)

  • Annual Profit Share bonus

  • On-site parking

  • Annual Holiday entitlement of 31 days (including Statutory Bank Holidays)

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