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£38000 - £48000 per annum 8% Pension 9-day fortnight
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Intermediate Public Health Engineer 8% Pension 9-day fortnight

Established over a decade ago, this Sustainability led, Building Services Consultancy does things a little differently.

As one of the first engineering consultancies in the UK to pioneer the use of Passivhaus principals, into large projects they have continued to raise the bar, within the built environment.

Rather than just paying 5% pension, they offer 8% and rather than having an "early finish on a Friday" policy, here they give you every second Friday off completely. And rather than working in sector specific teams, here all their engineers get to work on a broad variety of projects.

So as an Intermediate PH Design Engineer here, you'll get to work on listed buildings such as museums, castles, and churches, £100M state of the art science and research facilities, schools, commercial offices, major urban regeneration projects and major decarbonisation projects.

With a team of 30 MEP design engineers in London, you'll get to know all the people you work with and benefit from working in a friendly, supportive, and inclusive working environment.

Benefits:

  • 9-day fortnight
  • 8% pension
  • Up to 38 days annual leave (Including Bank Holidays)
  • Assistance to buy an EV (electric vehicle) via a salary sacrifice scheme.
  • Interest free Season Ticket Loan or Ride to work scheme.
  • Ongoing CPD and Payment of Professional Membership Fees.
  • Private healthcare scheme and 4 x Life Assurance
  • Flexible working hours
  • Hybrid working policy, with a suggestion of two to three days a week from the office.

Requirements

It's essential that you are currently working as a Public Health Engineer (ie a Plumbing Design Engineer, Hydraulics Engineer, or Sanitation Engineer) in a consultancy environment. You will need to be able to design hot and cold-water services, rainwater harvesting systems, above ground (surface water) drainage and be familiar with British Standards, regulations, and best practices.