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Mechanical Associate

£68000 - £80000 per annum international projects, progression

Job Description

Mechanical Associate - Up to £80K Package

Tired of waiting for that promotion to Associate? Enjoy working closely with signature architects, on a blend of UK and international projects?

Due to planned growth and securing several new projects this medium sized Building Services Engineering Consultancy is looking for an additional Mechanical Associate. With offices in London and Europe, youll thrive in their supportive team environment, enjoy a healthy work-life balance, and have a clear path to Director in the future.

As an Associate, you'll work closely with their directors and be responsible for leading a range of interesting projects across the UK and abroad. You'll become a key part of a connected and collaborative team comprising MEP Design Engineers, Building Physics Engineers, Revit Technicians, and Sustainability Engineers. Youll help mentor and manage a team of Mechanical Engineers (ranging from Graduate, Intermediate / Engineer, and Seniors) whilst also assisting in driving continuous innovation and best practices across the built environment.

As an early pioneer of using digital tools to improve the design process, BIM is ingrained in their DNA. They produce construction-level 3D models for design coordination and systems verification on most of their projects. However, on the flip side the majority of their staff can still sit with an architect or client and produce engaging concept sketches using a blank piece of paper and pencil.

It's also really encouraging that their founding principals of quality, staff retention, and innovation remain core values and that they promote a good work life balance.

You'll enjoy collaborating in a team of around 30 experts, who all share the same passion for designing innovative, low-energy buildings.

Essential Requirements:
* 7 years' experience in a Mechanical design Engineer within the built environment.
* Degree qualified and preferably Chartered (CEng, MIET).
* Up-to-date knowledge of British Standards, and CIBSE guidelines, as well as CDM regulations.
* Good leadership skills and the ability to inspire and mentor others.
* Broad range of project experience previous experience seeing projects through from concept to construction.

For a confidential discussion, please call Richard on zero seven five nine five, zero seven one, three zero three and we can arrange a convenient time to discuss.

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