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RG/5993

£50,000 - £60,000 + Benefits + Flexi & Hybrid working scheme

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

This is a dynamic building services and low carbon design practice at the forefront of low energy building design, working in a range of industry sectors. They deliver diverse, award-winning, and low-carbon buildings as well as low-energy retrofits of existing and heritage buildings.

Fun fact: They are twice winners of the CIBSE Performance Awards for their work on low energy Passivhaus buildings!

They also work with nationally recognized architectural practices throughout the country. Their goal is to provide high-quality, functional, low-energy, comfortable buildings with as little impact on the environment as possible.

The Position

Once you become a part of our team, you will have the autonomy and responsibility for leading the mechanical design on interesting and challenging projects, coordinating with both the Client and external design teams. Their organisational structure and friendly team will ensure that you are provided with support from partners, graduates, and your peers.

Day to day will include:

•       Developing and designing low-energy, sustainable mechanical systems

•       Leading on building physics analysis for your projects

•       Undertaking the calculations which form the basis of your design

•       Producing design drawings and participating in the preparation of reports and specifications

•       Engaging with other specialists to integrate and coordinate their systems into your design

•       Monitoring progress on site, taking a leading role during commissioning and handover

•       Supervising and mentoring graduate and assistant engineers

•       Developing relationships with architects and clients to help grow the business.

About you

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and qualifications:

•       CEng – Chartered member of (or working towards) a professional institution. They offer dedicated mentorship for those working towards CEng status.

•       Ideally 4+ years working in a Mechanical Building Services role

•       BEng/MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering or relevant subject or an equivalent technical qualification.

•       Knowledge and experience in working on sustainable and low carbon projects

•       Fervent interest in responding to the climate emergency

•       Competent user of design software such as Autocad and Revit

•       Non-essential but beneficial experience using design software such as IES, PHPP, and SAP

•       Ability to work well within a team, both internally and externally

•       Be motivated, practically minded, independent, and enthusiastic.

What they offer

They are a supportive employer with an excellent reputation. They provide a role full of exciting challenges in a growing business with opportunities for development and progression.

Benefits include:

•       Competitive salary

•       Performance related bonus scheme

•       Support towards professional accreditation and associated annual subscription

•       25 days annual leave plus Bank holidays, with the option to purchase additional days

•       Flexible and hybrid working

•       Pension scheme

•       Life insurance

•       Enhanced parental leave

•       Monthly socials and biannual away days

•       Professional development opportunities including trade shows, visiting manufacturer’s facilities, networking events, CPDs, etc.

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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