· Specialist Power Engineering Consultancy
· Client Focused, “Thought Leading” Business
· Christchurch or Wellington Based Role
Join one of the largest specialist teams of power engineers in New Zealand and deliver “thought leading” protection engineering services to a number of the country’s major electricity industry clients!
Mitton ElectroNet Ltd, which is proudly New Zealand owned and operated, has provided world class electrical design and specialist services to a wide range of electricity industry clients, in both New Zealand and overseas, for over 25 years. The business has achieved very strong market growth over the last 6 years and currently has over 70 professional and support staff, located in Christchurch, Nelson, Hamilton and Wellington. The Mitton ElectroNet team are electricity industry “thought leaders” and take pride in leading the way, by delivering value-added client solutions. Their expertise and performance has enabled the formation of preferred consulting (design panel) agreements with a number of large electricity industry clients, both in New Zealand and Australia.
Working with protection and other electrical design engineering colleagues, you will have the proven ability to understand clients’ needs and expectations and deliver innovative, practical protection engineering solutions. You will be degree qualified and have at least 5 years’ senior level, New Zealand based protection setting and power system fault modelling experience. Just as importantly, you will want to be part of a young, vibrant team, which is focused on continuing the high level performance and growth of the business.
This senior level position provides the opportunity to join an organisation which fully supports the professional and personal development of all staff. An attractive remuneration package is attached to this position.
Further information on Mitton ElectroNet can be viewed at www.mittonelectronet.com
Confidential enquiries can be directed to Alan Head or Jane Cotter of EQI Global on +64 3 377 7793 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on Monday 12 March 2018. All applications will be acknowledged by email.