Jan 312019

Project Engineer – Electricity – FREELANCE– region Brussels –450 €/day

Our client is one of the market leaders in the building sector in Belgium. Being part of such a big player, gives you the advantage to learn from the best. They have a considerable experience and expertise in HVAC-, electrical-, data- and plumbing installations, industrial refrigeration and fire protection. Due to this expertise and knowledge you will get the opportunity to grow your personal knowledge and skills to the next level. They are always in close cooperation with their customers and optimize each installation, taking aspects such as energy consumption, maintenance costs and reliability into account. By offering creative and qualitative solutions, they come to more energy efficient installations. This means that their business model is focused on long-term growth and enables you to have security for the long run. Currently they are in search for their next freelance project engineer to join their core of entrepreneurs.

  • You will be responsible for developing a project from scratch, from the offer until completion of the project.
  • You will develop a project in line with the objectives of the organization in cooperation with a Project Manager.
  • You will analyze the customer’s needs and propose the right solutions.
  • You will ensure that the project is executed efficiently and you will evaluate regularly whether the objectives are reached and adapt if necessary.

  • You have a bachelor or master in Electromechanics or equivalent by experience.
  • You know how to manage and motivate a team.
  • You are a born planner and organizer.
  • You have a knowledge of Dutch.

  • You will get the opportunity to be part of a healthy company which is part of an ambitious international group.
  • You will get the opportunity to boost your career and to become a Project Manager.
  • You will be entrusted with a lot of responsibilities.
  • Depending on your experience and knowledge a salary of €450/day.

Match criteria: Building Materials, Business Supplies and Equipment, Project management, Electric engineering, Mechanical engineering, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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