Senior Engineer (Street Lighting)

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CarmichaelUK have been engaged on a four year framework to provide technical engineering resources for a range of engineering contracts within Hampshire and surrounding areas. These roles vary in scope – from civil engineering design, transport and development planning, through to construction and commercial management, highway asset management, drainage and flood water management.


We are looking for a candidate who can carry out work within the following areas:

  • Identifying needs and propose solutions and prepare technical studies, reports and designs for the street lighting elements of highway and transport developments.
  • Preparing estimates, monitor and review project costs to ensure completion with agreed budgets.
  • Preparing contract specifications, policies and procedures, on time, to budget.
  • Providing technical input and project management throughout construction period.
  • Undertaking or assisting with the supervision of construction works.
  • Advising County Councillors as necessary and liaising with project Client, project team, internal/external consultants and general public.
  • Giving due consideration to health and safety, equalities and sustainability in design solutions and working practices.


Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • RQF Level 4 (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline
  • Minimum of AMILP (Associate Member of the Institute of Lighting Professionals)
  • Extensive design and construction experience of Street Lighting for highway, highway structures or related projects.
  • Communication skills able to converse with engineering professionals


Working Conditions:

  • Hybrid working (mixture of working at home and in the office), with frequent visits to live sites.
  • Significant requirement for lone working on live highway and construction sites
  • Communicating with stakeholders in a challenging environment
  • Ability to fulfil the travel requirements of the role