Head of Mechanical Engineering - To £85K (Hertfordshire) Clear Progression
Complex projects, secure workload with a global firm that has pioneered a unique approach to design and build projects.
If you enjoy working on complex projects and have good attention to detail, then this opportunity will appeal. As the Head of Mechanical Engineering, you'll partner with end user clients such as the Institute of Cancer Research, GlaxoSmithKline, Imperial College London, or Medical Research Council and be responsible for leading complex projects from feasibility, design (concept and detail) all the way through to construction.
Rather than subcontracting out work, they have every discipline and service in-house which allows them to remain in full control of quality, cost, and time on projects.
Working alongside the current Director of Engineering, as the Head of Mechanical Engineering, you'll take full control for leading the Mechanical Design Engineers. You'll interact and collaborate with other experts such as Design Managers, Project Managers, Architects, Structural Engineers, Validation Engineers, Commissioning Managers, Cost Consultants and Construction Managers and ensure all projects are designed and delivered on time, scope, and budget.
In addition to a salary of up to £85K (depending on experience) they also offer a matched pension to 6%, 25 days leave, private medical cover, free onsite parking, subsidised gym membership, life assurance, discretionary annual bonus, a hybrid working policy and do support flexible working hours.
Senior Building Services Engineer - Cambridge - to £65k Package
We are working with a multi-disciplinary property and construction consultancy, to help them find an additional Building Services Engineer to join their growing team in Cambridge.
You will have the opportunity to contribute to the continued growth of the office and whilst being supported by the wider team, you'll develop your M&E design skills on a blend of new both build and refurbishment projects.
As part of a team of 40, including surveyors, architects, and M&E engineers, you will have the chance to work on a variety of projects, primarily in Healthcare, as well as Education, Residential and Defence.
You will be joining a relaxed office with a supportive working environment where colleagues are eager to see you succeed and be part of a team that values collaboration and innovation.
They value work life balance and have a monthly 'early finish scheme' where the whole practice take ½ a day off at the end of the month. In addition you will have access to a comprehensive network of internal knowledge, and be given the autonomy to use your experience and initiative to progress projects.
As a privately owned, stable and medium sized company your career will be in good hands as they offer job security, 5% pension, private healthcare, 25 days leave, Payment of 1 x Professional subscription and a structured CPD program. They also offer free parking and a cycle to work scheme.
The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of experience as an Electrical or Mechanical (Building Services) Design Engineer and able to attend site, client, and progress meetings.
This is an opportunity to experience the difference of working in a true collaboration with a supportive and forward-thinking consultancy.
Electrical Design Engineer - To £45K Package Norwich
Established over 70 years ago, this multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy still considers their people to be their greatest assets. They provide a stimulating and rewarding working environment, continuous learning and work on diverse projects.
They have an active social event committee as they appreciate that the teams that have fun together, stay together.
They offer a hybrid working policy (typically two to three days a week in the office) and allow flexible working hours and do not micro-manage employees.
As an Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer, you'll work on an interesting range of projects across the education, healthcare, defence, commercial and leisure sectors.
Rather than battling with external specialist consultants, here they have every discipline inhouse, which creates a much more harmonious way of working. You'll interact closely with the civil and structural, environmental and energy engineers, lighting engineers, as well as the inhouse architects, surveyors, design, cost consultants and project managers.
As an Electrical Design Engineer, you'll be involved in projects from end to end, and enjoy seeing your designs progress from RIBA stages 2,3,4 all the way to construction. And rather than being stuck behind a screen all day, here you will also enjoy plenty of site involvement as you project manage and oversee and check the quality of the contractors' electrical installations.
You'll receive structured training and development; allowing you to develop a good overall awareness of building services to include lighting, ICT and security systems, BMS and emerging technologies or low carbon technologies.