Mechanical Design Engineer £38K to £45K Package
Founded from a desire to deliver holistic, cost effective and innovative projects across the built environment, this specialist Building Services and Sustainability Consultancy has rapidly grown and have just secured the majority of projects they have recently bid for.
As a result, they are now looking for a client facing, Mechanical Building Services Design Engineer who is able to work on a range of complex projects from inception, through to detailed design and handover. In addition to HVAC Design you will also have the opportunity of assisting with passive design, Energy strategies and above ground drainage ensuring you develop a true understanding of how a building goes together and how MEP services integrate with other disciplines.
Based in their stunning and spacious London Studio offering waterfront views and lots of natural light and ventilation. The studio is in the heart of London, in a vibrant location close to major transport links, parks and an International shopping centre. You will get involved in a number of exciting projects including a £50 million mixed use development, £14M Hotel project (Refurbishment), £15 million luxury residential project (New build) and a range of smaller commercial, listed and education projects.
They are a consultancy of circa. 20 employees and they work on broad range of projects. You will get to work directly with Architects on RIBA stages 1 & 2 and on alongside contractors for RIBA stages 3 & 4
Reporting to the Associate Director, a chartered engineer who has been with the company for over ten years, she will support you in being responsible for leading projects, producing calculations, specifications and reports and attending client and design team meetings. Although this is a hands-on design role you will have access to a team of three Intermediate Mechanical Engineers to assist you with calculations, IES modelling and Revit ensuring your time is utilised effectively and that you are not having to work overtime.
This is genuinely a great opportunity to join a stable, friendly and flexible consultancy that has a great culture, a healthy work / life balance and offers extensive autonomy. They champion diversity and inclusion and have a 60:40 male to female gender split.
Sustainability Engineer (Building Physics) - To £45K 9-day fortnight
Having recently won the CIBSE (Chartered Institute of Building Services) "Building Performance Consultancy of the Year" award, this global Sustainability Consultancy is continuing to expand all four, of their dedicated Energy and Sustainability teams.
Reporting to an Associate you'll enjoy a diverse role involving Building Physics (Building Performance Engineering) day light and sun light modelling, overheating studies, adaptive thermal comfort studies, wind and micro climate analysis, indoor air quality studies, natural ventilation modelling and also predicting the operational energy and carbon over a building's lifespan.
You'll use of both off the shelf building simulation software such as IES ( IESVe and IES ApacheHVAC), Rhino and Grasshopper ( Ladybug, Honeybee, Butterfly etc.) and also Revit; and also program you own scripts or codes in other packages such as Python to help automate or improve the modelling process.
On a daily basis you'll interact with the three other Energy and Sustainability teams and develop a good overall awareness of topics such as Life Cycle Analysis, Whole-Life Carbon, low energy strategies, Low master planning, environmental engineering, energy efficiency assessments, LZC technologies, BREEAM, LEED and Nabers, air source, and ground source heat pumps, natural ventilation, heat recovery, biomass boilers, district heating systems and PV's.
You'll get to work on a diverse range of projects, everything from one off competition bids with signature architects, to dedicated funded R&D projects, to masterplans, hotels and resorts and zero energy schools or places of worship.
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Building Physics Engineer - To £45K 9-day fortnight Annual salary increase
As a Building Physics Engineer, you'll use your passion and knowledge in Architectural and Environmental Engineering to help model a blend of NZC buildings all around the world.
In return you'll receive 25 days annual leave, get paid to have every second Friday off (as they operate a 9-day fortnight) and enjoy a hybrid working week of two days from the office.
You'll enjoy a diverse role as you undertake urban modelling, microclimate and energy studies, environmental data analysis and conduct R&D into new or emerging technologies and modern methods of construction.
Working closely with the Building Performance Engineers and Sustainability Consultants, you'll use IES to model and improve the energy performance of both new buildings and existing buildings too.
Where possible, you'll promote the use of natural ventilation or passive methods; and help integrate the most suitable range of renewable technologies into these developments.
You'll also work closely with the inhouse team of MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health) Design Engineers and help the Mechanical Engineers optimise the most suitable cooling and ventilation strategies.
Working to Nabers, WELL or BREEAM standards you'll help model buildings that minimise energy and carbon; and are fit for purpose.
You'll enjoy consulting directly with architects and clients through all RIBA Stages 2 - 7 of a project and carry out POE's to ensure that completed projects, perform in use as they were intended to during the early design stages.
You'll also benefit from working on a range of UK and international projects; and get to really influence the sustainability elements on projects, and enjoy working in a close knit, social and friendly team.
Assistant Engineering Manager - Client Side - to £45k Package ( c.20% Bonus/12% Pension)
Human Capital Solutions is working on a unique opportunity in the market to source an Assistant Engineering Manager to join an Engineering Services team within a leading global Property Consultancy.
You will begin your management journey on the Kings Cross estate as an Assistant Engineering Manager covering 2 state of the art commercial buildings, each solely occupied by a blue-chip client. There will also be the opportunity to get exposure to work on the other buildings in the estate on an ad hoc basis.
The previous Assistant Engineering Manager has just been promoted to Engineering Manager after joining the business just 18 months ago. This role will follow a similar path, you would be joining at Assistant level and be given the training and support to progress to manager within 18 months (salary at Engineering Manager level circa. £60k)
You will be predominately managing the supply chain and the performance of the M&E and additional specialist contractors. Working with the Engineering Manager you will attend the monthly performance meetings with contractors and service providers, ensure technical compliance guidelines are being met, trouble shooting and assisting the FM/Property Management team in looking after the occupiers.
The role will be based (although there is flexible to work from home) at Kings Cross multi-arts venue in the heart of London, this environmentally focused building was named the UKs 'Best of the Best'. Opening in 2008 the award-winning event space has been designed as a major arts venue and creative hub. With sections for music, visual arts and a seven floor Grade A office complex.
In addition to being an iconic mixed-use building, with a range of bars, dining areas and waterfront restaurant, it has been planned and designed as an environmentally sustainable development from the start.
Ultimately a fantastic steppingstone for someone with technical engineering management experience to move Client Side.
What you'll be doing:
We are looking for an individual who takes a huge amount of pride in in their role and can demonstrate a relevant experience in a similar role and someone that operates with a sense of pride and passion and integrity.