£60,000 - £70,000 + Benefits + Discretionary Bonus Scheme + Car
On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your leadership skills? Are you a
people person? Looking for a new adventure with clear progression to
the management level? Interested? Cool, keep reading.
This company has been building in the UK since 1874. Offices, schools, hospitals,
university departments, hotels, cultural venues, museums, travel hubs… from
the iconic to the purely functional.
Over the years, several successful regional construction companies joined forces
into one. They are still focused on delivering locally: the difference is they can
draw on international expertise, resources, and economies of scale.
They like to stay close to their clients, so they understand their needs and their
environment. That’s why they have a network of offices covering England,
Scotland and Wales. They can deliver any, or all, of the services customers need:
from the moment a client decides they need new facilities through to running
and managing buildings.
They believe buildings are for people. And creating and maintaining a building is
both a human and a technical challenge. That’s what drives them.
With a growing order book for 2023, the position has become available due to
the organic growth of the business.
You will report directly to the MEP Technical Director and will be expected to work
alongside all other design disciplines within the team to ensure a coordinated
approach to building design as well as the wider business units.
As Principal Mechanical Engineer, you will be part of a thriving team
working on a variety of projects including Commercial, Education, and
From the start, you’ll have the option to lead projects, taking on client
facing responsibilities and leading a small team of M&E Engineers when
Experience in producing technical specifications, and managing all stages
of multi-disciplinary projects from proposals and initial studies through to
full design and construction management are required
Ensure that the design and maintenance of building systems meets
legislative and health and safety requirements
To succeed in this role the following key skills are required:
Be a team player, proactive and self-motivated
Good time management skills in order to commit to work deadlines.
Possess excellent interpersonal skills and willingness to explore, learn and
use new technology and software.
Strong communication skills, both verbally and illustratively.
Proficient in the Use of IES or TAS, however, this is not essential
Would you consider yourself ambitious?
Wouldn’t it be great to work in a collaborative and supportive environment?
Keen on knowing more? Please contact Alex.