This job is expired.


Design & Technical Manager, Waterford

Ireland, Munster, Waterford
Last update 2024-04-10
Expires 2024-04-09
ID #2091117513
Design & Technical Manager, Waterford
Ireland, Munster, Waterford,
Modified March 29, 2024


Do you want to work for one of Ireland’s leading renewable energy efficiency companies?
Our client provides a wide range of cost-effective and sustainable energy solutions for public, industrial, commercial, agricultural customers working across both Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The ideal candidate has the highest level of integrity, an excellent work ethic, enjoys supervising and building a team and the ability to perform professionally in a fast paced environment.
The engineering team plays an integral role in building, maintaining, and innovating the solutions that power our work. As industry leaders, we value engineering as a function to move forward and adapt to a changing and increasingly complex world.
Previous experience in your unique specialisation, as well as the degrees, training and certifications necessary for your specific role, are essential for success in an engineering position at our organisation. Our ideal candidate meets these qualifications, seeks an intense, hands-on role, and applies a highly analytical mindset and strong problem-solving skills to their work.
We are now looking to expand our team and are currently recruiting for the position of Design Engineer. You will be reporting to the Director of Operations.
This is a hands on role travel within Ireland is a requirement of the role.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
Assist with Predesign & Preconstruction activities and advise such as constructability reviews and reviews of designs to ensure compliance with standards, clients requirements and best practice.
Understand the optimal design applications and design limitations of standard products and lead the evaluation of alternate products.
Reviewing of design, SLD, interconnection details, labelling. and plan ground-mounted and rooftop solar projects in the commercial and utility scale sector undertake yield assessments
Develop and verify initial designs for those projects taken into development, working with the team to incorporate constraints identified from the various site studies and establish detailed work program
Create technical project assessments/due diligence and assess existing layouts to confirm capacity and yield
Produce as-build - electrical diagrams
Liaise with the grid engineers regarding the network connection
Responsible for conducting site surveys for capacity & connection analysis.
Revieing and updating on site check sheets reports from multiple projects.
Managing Installation of LV apparatus (ACB, MCCB, Shunt Coils, Energy Meters, Protection & Reverse Power Relays, CTs &VTs, Combiner Panels)
Managing installation of Inverters & Smart Loggers, LV Combiner Panels, Cables (AC and DATA as well as Control & Protection – Primary & Secondary Trip)
Interface and provide streamlined project information and detailed bill of materials to procurement manger
RECI Certifying
Managing Assistance with client aftercare during defects liability and post system start up.
Managing Solar PV (DC&AC) System Commissioning
Provide operations, service and sales department with engineering support as needed
Managing Client walk through and sign off
Share knowledge and impart skills to other team members
Work proactively to ensure performance targets are met
Assist in any other duties which may encompass the role
Experience & Qualifications
Third level Electrical/Sustainable/Mechanical/Project Management qualification.
Competence in Auto CAD, Helioscope, Pvsyst, PVCase
Knowledge of photovoltaic system and construction practices
Creative and pragmatic with an ability to find solutions to challenging problems
Organized and able to mange multiple projects and stakeholders
Ability to review complex information and translate in to logical analysis.
Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high pressure environment
Minimum 5 years Irish Construction experience
Full Clean Driving License
Irish Construction requirements knowledge particularly around EHS
You will be joining an open and honest work environment in one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. You’ll get the flexibility and responsibility to deliver your projects, on time and to budget, as you see fit. You’ll get to be part of a company actively helping the country meet its climate targets and be responsible for installing real renewable energy assets for customers while doing your bit for the environment.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience
Company Pension*
Death in Service*
Income Protection*
Flexible Friday*
Hybrid working*
Bike to Work Scheme *
Professional Membership fees*
Training & CPD*
*Available upon successful completion of a probationary period.

Strong remuneration package for suitable candidate.
Our client is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to gender, religion, race, national or ethnic origin, cultural background, social group, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age or political opinion. Diversity is fundamental to our culture and we invite you to be part of this diversity! Note this role is based in Ireland and you must be based in Ireland to complete the tasks of this role


Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Design & technical manager

⇐ Previous job

Next job ⇒     


Contact employer

    Employer's info

    Quick search:


    Type city or region