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RG/5966

£58,000 - £75,000 + Benefits + Flexible hours + 9 day fortnights

Do you consider yourself a people person? Have you been in a leadership position before or is this your first time? Are you ready for the big leagues? Yes, we just asked you that before this company works with some of the biggest clients around. If this sounds like you, do keep reading, this may be an exciting opportunity for you.

The Company

They are an award-winning, multidisciplinary group with backgrounds in engineering, architecture, and environmental science. They work as consultants for buildings, large developments, and masterplans and provide carbon management advice for businesses.

Their diverse experience and in-depth technical knowledge position them to provide exceptional added value to design teams, developers, and corporate clients, working as lead consultants, engineers, or sustainability champions overseeing the client’s project goals.

They pride themselves in using a technical approach that measures and quantifies the benefits of their proposals and communicating their strategies to project teams in a clear and accessible manner.

They strive to be in tune with their client’s needs and sustainability ambitions and to carry out detailed analyses of a range of options to meet their project goals.

The Position

As a Principal mechanical engineer, you will be responsible for Mechanical designs, and calculation, lead projects as either a Mechanical lead, or overall lead depending on project size, and line managing grads and a team on projects when required.

This company believes in a progressive and interactive working environment that promotes enthusiasm and proactiveness.

Their workspace is an open and informal atmosphere, where communication and knowledge sharing is encouraged, and various break out spaces are on offer to promote collaboration, movement and employee well-being.

In 2019, the practice received official accreditation as a London Living Wage Employer, reinforcing its long-standing commitment to ensuring its entire workforce can meet the demands of living and working in the capital.

They also have a forward-thinking approach to their working schedule; they understand the obligations of personal life and the importance of a work/life balance. The team benefits from flexible office hours (flexi-time) and 9-day fortnights where they have alternate Fridays off. This coincides with the flexibility of working from the office 2 days per week and working from home 3 days per week. They recognize that this encourages enthusiasm, more creativity, and enhanced productivity.

Their employees are their greatest asset and the relaxed and social environment, as well as their awareness and proactiveness when it comes to mental health and general wellbeing is key to their enthusiasm for the work they do. Each environmental and M&E team has a budget for socials and staff celebrations and teams often join together to ensure cross-team bonding.

In addition, their Social Committee, formed of representatives from each team and entrusted with autonomy in their decision-making, is allocated an annual budget for company-wide social, sports, health, and charitable activities.

What’s in it for you:

·        Flexible office hours

·        9-day fortnights

·        Twice-weekly fruit deliveries

·        Regular office drinks

·        Team socials and events

·        Annual sports day

·        Annual Christmas trip (normally abroad)

·        Cycle to work scheme

·        Private health insurance

 

Are you able to work on your own with little to no guidance?

Are you ready to lead, innovate, and elevate projects that make a lasting impact?

Keen on knowing more? Please contact Cheska!

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