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Contract Electrical Design Engineer - Solidworks/E-Plan

  • Location: West Midlands
  • Sector: Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: LMP22635/5
  • Rate: £30-£35 per hour

Job description

Redline are partnering with a well-established client who are seeking a Contract Electrical Design Engineer to support them on a Defence project at their location in the Birmingham area.

Key requirements for the Contract Electrical Design Engineer in the Birmingham area;
- Experience using SolidWorks Electrical or E-Plan CAD software
- Aerospace/Marine or Defence/MoD project background
- Power & Electrical Design capability, including system design & component selection
- Experience in designing control & instrumentation hardware and wire harnesses & looms
- Experience in producing paperwork for test plans and design documentation

*Due to the requirement for Security Clearance only British nationals can be considered for this contract*

If you would like to hear more information regarding this Contract Electrical Design Engineer vacancy in the Birmingham area, please contact Jake Harris on 01582 878872 or email JHarris@RedlineGroup.Com quoting reference JBH22635/5.

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