up to £65k p/a + performance bonus scheme + WFH 2-3 days a week
Are you looking to take on more of a leadership role? How would rate your
people skills? Do you think you will excel in a client-facing role? If you’re looking
for your next challenge and to step up your career, this may be an opportunity
This is a building services engineering design consultancy, that provides rigorous
engineering design with an emphasis on conserving energy in buildings and
minimizing their impact on the environment.
Their core business is the design and specification of mechanical and electrical
systems in buildings. This includes heating, ventilation, air conditioning,
domestic water, drainage, and electrical power. Lighting, data, communications, fire
alarms, security systems, and lightning protection.
They work in a wide range of industry sectors including education, arts, leisure,
commercial, and larger residential schemes. They also specialize in projects
involving the conservation and reuse of historic buildings. Their passion is for low-energy buildings and their progressive outlook fuels award-winning designs.
They love to work on challenging projects, often in niche sectors, and find that
the variety of their work means that they can apply fresh ideas from one
application to another.
FYI: This company engages in a broad range of Continuing Professional
Development (CPD) to make sure they keep their finger on the pulse of wider
issues within the construction, architecture, and engineering sectors.
In this role, you will deliver diverse, award-winning projects and will be working
in a range of industry sectors. You will be a key part of the team, but at the same
time, your role will also be client-facing. Additionally, you will be delivering
engineering designs for buildings from concept level to completion. Some of your
other duties will be supervising graduate and assistant engineers and taking a
lead role during commissioning and handover.
Don’t you want to have an exciting and challenging career with opportunities for
development and progression?
Would you consider yourself a mentor? We only ask because, in this role, you’re
going to be imparting knowledge and teaching the youngins a thing or two.
Are you a social butterfly? This company hosts regular social events – you know,
work hard, play harder.
Keen on knowing more? Please contact Kimberley.