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Lead Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Engineer

Location: Germany Salary: €100.000 - €110.000 + full package of allowances

Lead Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Engineer Life Sciences, Munich, Germany

Our client is an established engineering & construction main contractor undertaking technology, pharmaceutical and data centre projects across Ireland and throughout Europe. This growing main contractor offers a full ‘turnkey’ construction service delivering schemes from groundworks stage to CSA works, through M&E installation, fit out, then commissioning and client handover

Our client is now seeking an experienced Lead Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Engineer initially to be based on a large Life Science scheme in Munich, Germany

Applications are sought from Lead Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Engineers with previous pharmaceutical or Life Science experience (design & delivery), however applicants with previous experience of working on complex technology / heavy process engineering schemes such as data centres, technology production, power plants, would also be considered

Applications are welcome from candidates with a main or sub-contracting background.

In return our client can offer a highly competitive package including;


€high basic salary

€overseas uplift

Rotational Shift Pattern

All flights to and from site

Return Flights for visiting families

Individual apartments

Food subsistence allowance

Local Tax equalisation system

Bonus system

Car supplied

++++ additional


Please apply with an up-to-date CV and we will contact you by return for a confidential discussion 

To consistently deliver a recruitment service that's of an exceptional standard and guided by values of performance, trust, transparency and respect.
To work in partnership and thoroughly understand the needs and preferences of both our clients and candidates.
Collaborative, passionate, reliable and adaptable - we do not promise what we cannot deliver.