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Utility Week 18th October 2013

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Top utility jobs STERLING POWER GROUP LIMITED ENGINEERING VACANCIES Sterling Power Group has capabilities covering design, consultancy, installation, construction and maintenance with UK and International coverage. We are recruiting the following qualified engineering personnel: MAJOR PROJECT MANAGERS/ENGINEERS (READING / BERKSHIRE) Project management of electrical installation and construction projects. This includes client liaison, preparation of programme management, risk assessments, method statements, CDM plans, and financial, commercial, safety and quality responsibility. Conversion courses for engineers with a non-electrical bias are available. CONSTRUCTION SITE ENGINEER (READING / BERKSHIRE) Overall responsibility for the day to day operation of CDM sites, involving electrical and civil construction. COMMISSIONING ENGINEERS (READING / BERKSHIRE) Testing and commissioning HV and LV electrical power systems (DNO/TNO/IDNO) in line with appropriate protocol, safety rules and procedures. SENIOR AUTHORISED PERSONS (UP TO 33kV) (READING / BERKSHIRE) Managing operations in accordance with safety rules and approved procedures. Includes issuing appropriate safety documentation and undertaking switching to conform with the appropriate company or client operational safety rules. MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ESTIMATOR (SHEFFIELD / BARNSLEY) Converting enquiries into completed tenders and quotations, and working to close and secure orders. A track r ecord in dealing with different sized projects and a record of success in winning business. Commercially astute and experience in contracting is favourable. Competitive salary and benefits, negotiable dependent upon experience. To apply please send a CV and cover letter, quoting SPG5, to careers@sterling-powergroup.com Addressing the complexities of moving towards a TOTEX approach 28th January 2014 | One Day Conference Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre BOOK BEFORE 27th November to save £80 www.WWT-asset.net Expert speakers include • • • • • • Chris Newsome, Director of Asset Management, Anglian Water Mel Karam, Director of Asset Management, Southern Water George Butler, Director of Asset Management, Northern Ireland Water Dave Champness, Head of Strategic Asset Planning (Water), United Utilities Tim Williams, Head of Asset Strategy, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Rob Mustard, General Manager, Waste Water Service Strategy, Scottish Water Organised by Follow us @WWTlive using #waterasset Supported by Charity partner WIAM-A5advert.indd 1 UTILITY WEEK | 18th - 24th October 2013 | 29 20/09/2013 11:44

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