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Graduate Electrical Engineer (Building Services) - Dublin

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29d ago

💼 Graduate Job


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  • You need a 2:1 degree in Electrical Engineering or related field, with industry experience, and permanent UK work rights. No visa sponsorship available.
  • You will be responsible for technical design, calculations, report writing, attending meetings, assisting in project development, inspecting installations, and taking on more project management responsibilities as you progress in the role.

Graduate Job



When a graduate starts with us we pair them with an experienced engineer who will guide and mentor them through their initial period working on live projects.

The following description lists a fairly typical approach to foundational training in your discipline; however, business needs, project task availability, and your training interests will also influence the scope and order of training. For your first year you will learn the following skills:

  • Design experience in the electrical engineering aspects of project delivery
  • Application of electrical engineering to support sustainable building design
  • Delivery of projects using BIM
  • AutoCad and REVIT
  • Calculations including electrical load, circuit design and cable calculations, and lighting
  • How to use the Technical Practice Network
  • Learning to navigate through codes and guidelines
  • Complete our Safety Training
  • AECOM standards and symbols


  • An accredited Bachelor degree (min 2:1 or equivalent) in Electrical, Building Services, or similar, with honors. Accreditation being with CIBSE, IMechE or IET.
  • Relevant Industry related work experience would be advantageous
  • You must have permanent right to work in the UK as we are unable to offer visa sponsorship for this position.

Education requirements

2:1 or higher

Area of Responsibilities



  • Technical design of all electrical engineering aspects of projects
  • System load calculations to enable central and secondary plant to be accurately sized
  • Ensuring plantrooms and distribution routes are adequately sized
  • Report writing for the appropriate design stage
  • Compiling technical specifications appropriate for the system components selected
  • Determining the best technical solution and evidencing reasoning
  • Attending meetings and workshops, learning from listening, asking questions and discussion
  • Working with people from other disciplines to gain knowledge on new subjects
  • Assisting in developing our designs through the different stages
  • Inspecting and monitoring installations during the construction and commissioning phases
  • Taking on more responsibility in managing our projects from inception through to completion as the graduate role develops


Work type

Full time

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