Associate Mechanical Design Engineer - Building Services

Location
City of London, London, England
Salary
£70000.00 - £75000.00 per annum + pension, healthcare
Posted
05 Jan 2017
Closes
04 Feb 2017
Ref
BBBH4068
Contact
Michael Osborne
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An international firm of environmental design consultants, lighting designers and building engineers who are committed to high-performance and sustainable design within the built environment are looking for an Associate Mechanical Design Engineer to join their growing company. The company has 11 offices worldwide, employ over 150 engineers and are renowned for their work across all sectors.

You will receive a competitive salary, flexible working hours, private medical healthcare and a generous pension. If you are not already Chartered, you will receive support and mentorship to achieve this. In addition, promotion to board level is available for ambitious and determined engineers.

The consultancy is looking for smart, enthusiastic and outside the box thinkers who can grow with the company, deliver key projects, work as part of a team and develop staff members. You will work directly with end clients, investors, stakeholders, architects both internally and externally, and supervise out on site.

To be successful you will possess skills and/or experience UK Building Services experience, Mechanical Design experience, good communication skills, Hevacomp, and have worked directly with clients, architects and on site.

If you are interested in this role or would like to hear more, please submit your CV and/or call Michael Osborne to discuss further.

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