Reporting to the UK Technical Manager, the Technical Engineer will be responsible for supporting the technical aspects of design, projects, critical power services and quality departments. In this varied role, typical tasks include, but are not limited to, technical report writing, drawing analysis for compliance to the project specification and relevant International Standards, smart relay / basic changeover controller programming, protection scheme design, panel heat dissipation calculations, DC system burden calculations and supporting client’s technical queries.

Clear lines of communication will be established with project management, CPS operations management and SHEQ in the UK and Ireland during this role and workload managed accordingly to meet the company’s demanding schedules.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Positive engagement in the developing company’s products and to facilitate project execution.
  • Assist design departments with product compliance to the relevant EN / IEC standards.
  • Recognise system deficiencies and risks and implement effective technical solutions.
  • Review general arrangement and schematic drawings including assisting with the design / development and submittals of technical aspects of specifications where required.
  • Support the sales team where technical queries arise to provide a cost effective, technically resolute solution that is risk adverse.
  • Produce technical reports and project design calculations.
  • Assist the Quality Team with quality defects from a technical perspective.
  • Liaise directly with clients and company members to troubleshoot and resolve technical queries through electronic communications or face to face meetings, both in the office or on site.
  • Manage workload effectively to deliver the assigned tasks in a timely manner.
  • Build and maintain relationships with key internal personnel.
  • Assist in employee training, development and engagement.
  • Complete tasks as directed by the Line Manager.

Skill Requirements

  • Degree qualification in Electrical Engineering is preferable, although not mandatory.
  • At least 5 years’ experience of Power Switchgear and Controlgear assembly testing / commissioning.
  • A minimum of GCSE English & Maths Grade 4 (formerly grade C) or equivalent.
  • At basic understanding of the international standards relative to Power Switchgear and Controlgear assemblies is advantageous.
  • Excellent personnel management and professional communication skills.
  • Ability to write clear, concise technical protocols and reports.
  • A team player with a positive attitude towards work and staff engagement.
  • Proactive with an eye for problem solving and continuous improvement.
  • Excellent PC skills, particularly Microsoft office.
  • Proficient in the understanding of electrical engineering drawings.
  • Operate with a high level of attention to detail, under pressure and good administrative / organisational ability


Anord Mardix offer a competitive salary, company pension scheme, a variety of company benefits and the opportunity to develop your career and progress within the company.

To apply, please complete our online application form or email CV and cover letter to Jessica Nisbet, HR Manager, at

As a company we are committed to the health and safety of all our employees and we have implemented various measures of social distancing within our factories to ensure our employees are kept safe and well during these unprecedented times. We are constantly reviewing and adhering to all government and medical advice.