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£50000 - £58000 per annum 35 hours a week flexible working hours
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Senior Mechanical Design Engineer - To £58K, 35 hours a week, flexible working hours and as much autonomy as you desire.

As a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer, you'll be involved in a range of commercial offices, iconic listed buildings, universities, and hospitals.

You'll join a stable team and have direct access to the Chartered Mechanical Director, three Mechanical Associates (most of whom are also Chartered) and support from a team of Engineers, Intermediates and Juniors / Trainees.

What makes this practice special is their people and their culture. In an industry where the average length of service is less than two years, it's really reassuring that their staff tend to stay for a minimum of five years. As a "Good Employer" and "Investor in People" people genuinely enjoy working here and are supported and encouraged to achieve their true potential.

You'll benefit from ongoing training and development and have a clear path to Associate in as little as two to three years as they only promote from within. The Directors and senior management team genuinely care about the health and well-being of every employee and have created a culture of collaboration, teamwork, and mutual respect.

As a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer, you'll be involved in the design, specification, and supervision of mechanical building services (HVAC). You'll work directly with end user clients and be seen as a trusted partner throughout all stages of their buildings' lifecycle, from feasibility, concept design, construction, post occupancy and ongoing maintenance and operation.

This will ensure you become a well-rounded engineer that understands not just the commercial drivers behind property investment and construction, but how a building is designed, operates, and is maintained.

Requirements

  • At least four (4) years' experience in HVAC Design, within a consultancy or design and build contractor.
  • Be wiling to work from their London office three (3) days a week.
  • Be able to lead a project technically.
  • Willing to mentor less experienced Engineers.

You'll be rewarded with 27 days annual leave as standard, a 35-hour week, pension, life assurance, subsidised gym / lifestyle benefits, cycle to work scheme, interest free season ticket loan, annual performance-based bonus and clear progression.