Job Title: Senior Electrical Engineer
Contract/ Perm: Contract
MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:
Lead miscellaneous, small and large projects in the Electrical Engineering function and/or support the Principal Engineer/Lead Engineer in managing Electrical Engineering on projects. This required independence in approach; it demands a considerable degree of originality, engineering ingenuity and judgement, and good knowledge of Electrical Engineering as demanded by the project.
The Senior Electrical Engineer is responsible for the control and monitoring the progress and quality of assigned tasks within the Electrical Engineering discipline of the project, including the supervision of Engineers and Junior Engineers
To carry out all electrical engineering and design work in accordance with agreed codes and practices that meets all requirements of the contract. Also, to ensure all work is carried out within agreed schedules, budgets and procedures as per the company Engineering Directive.
To conduct engineering and design work independently and in accordance with Company's Ems and WPMP, and as per the requirements set out in the RSA Technical Stewardship Standard Plan.
REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB:
State the minimum educational, qualifications and experience that are required to perform the job competently:
BSc, BEng or BTech from a recognised institute.
Registered as a Professional Engineer or Professional Engineering Technologist with ECSA.
Minimum 7+ years (Btech/BSc/BTech) or 5+ years (MSc) of post-qualification experience.
Experience in Mining, Minerals and Chemicals, Hydrocarbons, Power and Public Infrastructure industries essential, across operations, design and project execution roles.
Focus and belief that Zero Harm is achievable.
Building effective business relationships.
Drive for results.
Integrity and trust.
Performs under pressure.
TRS Staffing does not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and complies with all relevant South African legislation. As per legislation, due consideration is given to previously disadvantaged individuals.