Intermediate Mechanical Engineer

4 days left

Location
London, England
Salary
£35000 - £45000 per annum + Benefits
Posted
24 May 2021
Closes
23 Jun 2021
Ref
6013
Contact
Kevin Hopkinson
Specialist area
Mechanical engineering
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Position: Intermediate Mechanical Engineer

Location: London

Reference: 6013

Our client is a global engineering consultancy and are well known as a leading brand undertaking challenging projects. They have a position in the Interiors team for a Project Engineer (Mechanical) in the London office. This role is not strictly a full-time position, they are open to discussions part time/flexible arrangements. The role will predominantly focus on delivering Commercial Office fit-out projects in London, from time to time you will cover other sectors including commercial refurbishment/new-build, retail, and hospitality. You will get exposure to various project deliverables and play a key role in delivering high profile projects. You will be responsible for the delivery of building services from design through to construction.

This role works with moderate autonomy, applying technical knowledge and skills as an individual contributor to teams and projects. An interest in working towards the role of Project Leader is desirable. With a view to being responsible for the delivery of small and medium sized multi-disciplinary projects.

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