|Job Ref:||202455102||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||£35000 - £45000/annum plus car allowance and benefits||Post Date:||07/10/2016 03:51|
Our Client offers Engineering, Design and specialist Consultancy Services across the complex infrastructure, process and built environments. As a Sustainable Engineering and Design Consultancy they offer integrated solutions for customers across the energy, life sciences, manufacturing, nuclear, public, transport and utility services sectors.|
The companies M&E offering forms part of a strong multi-disciplinary design function, for which the London office acts as a focal point for the UK. The London office is looking to attract a talented Mechanical Design Engineer looking to progress his/her career, within a highly professional Consulting Engineering environment.
Applications are invited from Intermediate and Senior level HVAC Design Engineers who are capable of working on a wide variety or schemes which will include education, commercial, health care, residential, mixed-use and industrial. It is hoped all interested parties will hold relevant industry recognised qualifications and be able to demonstrate a strong understanding of heating, ventilation and air conditioning design. To compliment your mechanical knowledge it would also be hoped that applicants hold a basic understanding of electrical design and systems.
The role will provide Engineers an opportunity to work on a challenging and enjoyable portfolio of work, with the added responsibility of direct interaction with a diverse customer base. With this in mind clear communication, a confident demeanour and the ability to successfully achieve deadlines are all highly desirable characteristics.
The business uses standard industry software such as HevaComp and AutoCAD, it would be expected that Engineers looking to take up a design role with this company would be fully conversant. Further investment has been made over the last few years with Modelling/Building Physics and Revit packages, training can be provided if necessary and where appropriate