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Technical Analyst – Role Description
Pager Power is seeking a full time Technical Analyst to work in its Sudbury office within a team of six technical and commercial staff. The work involves undertaking technical analysis, report writing and consultancy for customers who develop tall buildings and renewable energy projects in Britain and throughout the world.
Our team enjoy their work at Pager Power because they feel they are an important part of a friendly team who make a positive contribution to our customers’ projects. They get to communicate with interesting people all over the world and also get to solve unique, and sometimes quite complicated, problems on a daily basis. All employees receive a share of company profits in their quarterly bonus as well as benefiting from a pension scheme paid for by the company.
After Three Months
You will be expected to discuss basic technical issues with our customers; undertake basic technical assessments using a range of software and write very good basic technical reports. You will also have a basic knowledge and understanding of three of the following topics: Glint and Glare; Aerodrome Safeguarding; Navaids Impact; Radar Impact and Telecommunications Impact. In addition you will have an appreciation of the other two.
You will also be expected to review and comment on your colleague’s reports, meet our customers, support site radio and television coverage surveys and travel within the UK and overseas if required.
It is essential that:
- You can write clearly and effectively in English
- You can thoroughly understand and use maps, Ordnance Survey grid coordinates, WGS84 coordinates and Google Earth
- You can use MS Excel
- You can engage with people and work well in a team
- You can work to a high professional standard
It would be good if you: can solve technical problems; have worked in an office; have undertaken site surveys; have worked with GIS systems; have a driving licence; understand radio propagation; understand radar; understand renewable energy; understand aviation; understand town planning; can write computer programs scripts or macros; can manipulate kml and kmz files; have advanced Excel skills; have good contacts; are able to build mathematical models; are very proficient with MS Word; understand aeronautical charts; can read and interpret technical publications; have experience of professionally communicating in person, by telephone and via email or can read technical French and/or understand aeronautical safeguarding, radar impact assessments, navaids impact assessments, glint and glare assessments or telecommunications impact assessments.
Remember none of this is essential – you will learn what you need to when you need to – we will support you.
There are no specific requirements. You must, however, have formal qualifications that demonstrate that you: can write very good English; have excellent numeracy and you are very competent technically.
Whilst none are essential the subjects we are particularly interested in include Maths, Physics, Science, Engineering, Town Planning, MS Excel and Renewable Energy. Typical applicants might have A Levels and/or a degree.
All applications will be assessed on merit – applications welcome from everyone who is allowed to work legally in the UK. We recognise that businesses run better with a diverse workforce. You will need to feel comfortable with our business values.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.