Package: Life Insurance, Private Medical Insurance, Permanent Health Insurance, 25 Holiday days
Are you a degree educated Electrical Engineer with a keen interest in failure analysis, forensic investigation and working out the root cause of technical issues?
We have a great career progression opportunity for a Forensic Electrical Engineer to be trained by Experts in Forensic Engineering. This career opportunity is rewarding, extremely challenging and a unique proposition for those who thrive on technically focused work. You will learn from the experts within the Electrical Engineering industry.
My client is very well established in providing a wide range of forensic investigation services and root cause analysis for the insurance and risk management industries as well as the legal profession. They have offices in the UK and overseas with experienced scientists and engineers undertaking investigations worldwide.
To investigate the causes or likely causes of incidents such as fires, electrical failures and accidents and provide prompt and accurate advice to the client to assist in determining liability.
You will be required to provide a rapid response to an instruction, attending the scene within 24 hours of the event if required. A preliminary report will be required within three days setting out the most probable cause and a proposed strategy for further investigation. When needed, a full and detailed scientific investigation will then be carried out in order to formulate a clear and impartial report.
Key Responsibilities of the role (including, but not limited to;)
Ideally, you will;
Precision Recruitment has been instructed on this assignment and all applications will be managed by this process.
Here are your three options:
1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call now and let's talk through your experience. Ask for Sharika Bella Sacranie, Technical Account Manager on 0116 254 5488 between 8am - 5.30pm
2. "I think I'm right for this position, but I'm not sure I have enough to get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your CV and let you know.
3. "I'm interested but need to know more about what this job can offer me" - email with your CV and questions and I will reply with more detail.