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Principal Electrical Engineer

  • WA, AU
  • November 3, 2022
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Our engineering consulting client is seeking Principal Electrical Engineer to be working in their Perth city office across their portfolio of mining and/ or oil & gas clients/ projects (sustaining capital). The initial contract is 12 months/ full time with occasional site visits. Role is to manage and technically support multiple brownfields and greenfields projects with a large team of engieers and desigers.


  • Provide specialist technical direction and advice to the discipline, discipline team and project teams;
  • Perform and manage discipline specific engineering services
  • Lead and manage project engineers for each allocated project for various clients
  • Assist in scoping engineering requirements, methodologies and estimating engineering budget for competitive proposals in response to requests for quotations from clients.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with contractors, clients and other company personnel; build relationships to grow the business and networks within the company.
  • Identify issues and problems; develop appropriate and innovative solutions; and ask for assistance if required.


  • A recognised Bachelor qualification in the relevant discipline.
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) status, preferrable
  • Postgraduate qualifications in the relevant discipline; management, project management or supervisory qualifications or equivalent, desirable
  • Experience in mining, resources and energy is essential
  • Extensive technical, practical and leadership experience in the relevant discipline in the same or similar industry, including experience managing and leading multi-disciplinary projects and teams.
  • Excellent management skills including the ability to plan, set goals; and manage time, priorities, resources, accountabilities, schedules and cost.
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