Electrical Engineering Designer
JOB TITLE: Electrical Engineering Designer LOCATION: Devonport Royal Dockyard RATE: £22.00 per hour COMPANY INFORMATION: My client is one of the UK's leading engineering solution providers based at Her Majesty's Naval Base, Devonport. This is one of the three operating bases in the United Kingdom for the Royal Navy. They supply naval base support functions for the Ministry of Defence delivering critical in-service support and deep maintenance for the UK's military estate. YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING: - Electrical Experience - Marine Experience ROLE INFORMATION: -Analyse technical queries and provide a professional response to all customers with respect to the Technical Publications. - Undertake a structured review of Books of Reference (BRs) against all source information to identify areas of amendment. - Undertake a structured review of Illustrated Parts Catalogues (IPCs) against all source information to identify areas of amendment. - Undertake a structured review of other technical documentation and update with changes as required by the contract. - Utilise various web applications, on-line databases and public domain internet services (i.e. Google search) as required by the contract to validate information. Errors found on SSMG managed databases are to be reported to the appropriate authority for correction. - Liaise with internal and external Company sources for research into content of technical documentation and procedures. - Attend meetings (both on-site and off-site) to review and advise on technical documentation. HOW TO APPLY: Since 1978, Rullion has been securing exceptional candidates for a range of clients; from large well-known brands, to SMEs and start ups. As a family-owned business, Rullion's approach is credible and honest, focused on building long-lasting relationships with both clients and candidates. Rullion is a forward-thinking recruitment company that specialises in providing a wide range of talent consultancy services to a diverse client base; from small start-ups to large household names.