Electrical Engineer

New Cairo City, Cairo Governorate, Egypt

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

• Generally responsible for implementations and monitoring of all electrical related works at the site, and dealing with the electrical issues.
• Ensures that all the works are done are in accordance with the approved construction drawings, contract documents, project specifications, and all applicable standards whether local, national or international standards.
• Ensures that all site works are done according to all applicable quality standards.
• Directly responsible for the safety of all electrical groups’ personnel of the project by ensuring that the project execution will be done according to all applicable health, safety, sanitary and environmental standards.
• Estimate, prepare and assign the resources such as manpower, materials, consumables, equipment, tools, etc., that required for all electrical and related works prior to execution.
• Plan and analyze all possible construction methodologies and recommends the best options to the Construction Manager for approval prior to execution at site.
• Manage directly and provide engineering and technical supports to all the electrical workgroups at the site.
• Managing inspections at the site for final handing over of all electrical systems.


· Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.

· (2-3) years in MEP Department.

· Comprehensive knowledge of local and international codes/standards (IEC,NFPA,TIA).

· Proficient user of Autocad, MS Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

· Ability to read and understand specifications, Single Line Diagram, and Schematic Diagrams etc.

· Proven track record of leading and developing associates.

About the Company

During the last 26 years, EDECS has become a significant player in marine constructions, infrastructure, large-scale earthworks, water treatment plants, water desalination plants, railways, roads, and bridges in Egypt.

Over 6.5 billion Egyptian Pounds ($415 million) worth of projects have been completed & delivered, with a further over 10 billion Egyptian Pounds ($ 640 million) backlogs of projects to be completed in 2021.

​We extended our operations to Saudi Arabia and plan to expand further across the Middle East and North Africa.