|Job Ref:||204774256||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Leicester||Address:||Post Code:||LE1||Salary:||£40000 - £50000/annum||Post Date:||12/10/2016 03:56|
Senior Mechanical Design Engineer - Leics. |
My client an established mid-size Building Services Consultancy based in the East Midlands have due to planned expansion an immediate requirement for a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer to join them on a permanent basis.
Project types include Educational, Commercial, Retail, Residential, Leisure, and Healthcare projects therefore providing engineers with a varied project work-load.
The company's current need is for a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer who has previously worked within a building services consultancy environment, or a design environment within contractors, and who has experience of a varied portfolio of projects.
The successful candidate will have experience of undertaking mechanical design , producing 2D CAD drawings (experience with Revit and BIM would be advantageous) compiling reports, managing information streams, working with suppliers and contractors as well as attending client and contractor meetings.
Experience of calculation software such as Hevacomp is essential.
They are also aiming to extend their Thermal Modelling capabilities in house, and someone with experience in using IES or similar software would be an added advantage.
They are looking for a senior engineer with the following skills sets:
Completed a Minimum of a HND in a relevant subject.
MINIMUM of 5 years Building Services consultancy experience.
Competent user of industry specific software such as Hevacomp.
Competent use of AutoCAD.
In return they offer a competitive salary based on experience and skills. They prefer to offer cash alternatives in lieu of fringe benefits, such as health and life insurance, which will be reflected in the salary offered. This allows the employee to make their own decision as to which benefits are important to them to suit their personal circumstances.
They operate a very flexible working ethos which allow employees to tailor both work and personal life to ensure the needs of both are equally met