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Apr 232017
 


MWC is a Human Resource Consultancy firm that provides top notch human capital solutions.

We are hiring for the Project Manager – Electrical and Instrumentation position for our client.

Salary: 140K – 180K

The incumbent will specifically be responsible for the following:

  • Researches, develops, designs and tests electronic components, products, and systems for commercial, industrial and scientific applications, applying principles and techniques of electronic engineering;
  • Manage Electrical Scope of works.  Overall responsibility as a cross-functional project coordinator; Oversee subcontractor deliverables and ensure deliverables are met in a timely manner and with high quality; Submit accurate project reports on time; Properly maintained project records and files;
  • Develops new applications of conductive properties of metallic and nonmetallic materials used in components, and in application of components to products or systems;
  • Use of computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to perform engineering tasks;
  • Planning and supervision of electrical scope of work. Timely preparation and submission of accurate project reports;
  • Coordination with the procurement team to facilitate timely delivery of consumables to site; Protection and
  • Insulation Testing of M.V Switchgear; Preparation of electrical as built drawings;
  • Provide technical support and instruction to staff and customers regarding equipment standards, and help solve specific, difficult in-service engineering problems;
  • Monitoring and controlling projects- cost and execution. Prepare and maintain project reference documentation;
  • Allocate resources throughout the various project cycles; commission and close the projects on time;
  • Evaluate operational systems, prototypes and proposals and recommend repair or design modifications based on factors such as environment, service, cost and system capabilities;

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