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Health & Safety Advisor (Building Services)

To £55k & Excellent Benefits Package

An excellent opportunity for an MEP Health & Safety Advisor to be based on London’s largest Hyperscale Data Centre. The Electrical Package is circa. £75m and will increase to £100m over the next phase. This is an excellent opportunity to you to develop your career on an extremely high-profile gig with the full supported and encouragement of the Directors where you participate on courses / CPD to enhance your experience.

Join an exciting and fast-paced project that extends well into 2027 and beyond. Become a key player in a renowned company celebrated for delivering exceptional projects across Europe. In this role, you will need to demonstrate excellent communication skills, effectively liaising with people at all levels, influencing others naturally, and maintaining a high level of personal integrity.

Proficiency in IT and competency in Microsoft Office are essential.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Ideally, 2-4 years of Health & Safety experience within a comparable M&E or Construction Company.
  • A recognized qualification, such as the NEBOSH Construction Certificate or equivalent.
  • Knowledge of ISO systems and their implementation is desirable.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct Health & Safety audits and inspections, and compile reports on H&S performance.
  • Collect H&S data and statistics, implementing various H&S initiatives at the site level to foster performance and cultural improvements.
  • Ensure all safety and quality calibration compliance.
  • Ensure compliance with H&S legislation and industry standards.
  • Develop suitable and sufficient Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
  • Review and evaluate the Risk Assessments and Method Statements of subcontractors.
  • Receive client H&S reports, attend internal and client safety meetings, and communicate and implement any required actions.

Mechanical Associate

£68000 - £80000 per annum international projects, progression

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.

Senior Mechanical Engineer and Estimator

£45000 - £60000 per annum Profit share, bonus and hybrid working

Senior Mechanical Design and Estimator - To £60K Profit Share Bonus

I have an interesting and unique opportunity, for Senior Mechanical (HVAC) Design Engineer to join a well-established Mechanical design and build contractor.

This role will appeal to a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer who enjoys the commercial aspects of their role such as estimating, resource planning and allocation etc.

It's a diverse role that will see you working across multiple teams including their inhouse design team (currently five individuals), their Project Management Team (Currently eight individuals) their commissioning team (currently four individuals) and also their Estimating Team that deals with quick turnaround projects.

You'll still be involved from a high level overview perspective when it comes to HVAC design (as they do everything inhouse from design, installation and maintenance) however you'll take a lead for estimating and then project managing these quick turnaround projects.

You'll deal directly with the decision makers within blue chip clients in the Hotel and Leisure, Industrial, Pharmaceutical, Banking and Commercial sectors, some of their clients include Hilton Hotels, Unilever, London Stock Exchange, British Land and Vue Cinemas.

Working alongside their Head of Design and Sustainability, you'll develop skills in Low Carbon Building Design and operation, estimating and project management; and become a very well rounded engineer.

And quite uniquely for a Contractor, they actually promote and encourage a hybrid working model, and you'll be trusted to work from home up to two days a week.

Benefits

  • 25 days leave
  • Option of working from home up to two days a week.
  • Option of working from abroad for up to one week at a time.
  • Uncapped profit share
  • Individual bonus (in addition to the profit share described above)
  • Opportunity to move internally, into a dedicated Project Manager role in the future.
  • Easy access to the company founder, directors, and other key stakeholders.
  • Pension
  • Payment of 1 x Professional Membership.

Requirements

  • Previous experience designing HVAC services
  • Good communicator, able to build rapport with a variety of people easily.
  • Previous experience onsite, overseeing projects during construction or installation phases.
  • Good all-round knowledge of MEP Building Services.

#Job 3515

Graduate Electrical Engineer

£32000 - £38000 per annum progression, support, complex projects

Graduate / Junior Electrical Engineer - To £35K Progression, support, interesting projects, and a reduced working week.

Established over 50 years ago, this multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy has always promoted their engineers based on merit and ability.

Their Electrical team is headed up by a supportive, friendly and hands on Technical Director and they have 1 x Principal, 3 x Seniors, an Engineer, and a Graduate Electrical Engineer.

Rather than being pigeonholed into just working across one sector, you'll get to design a diverse rage of commercial, education, industrial, laboratory, listed and cultural buildings.

With a reputation for innovation and precision engineering; their projects usually set new standards in terms of quality, innovation, or energy efficiency. They never take on more projects than they can design and deliver well, and pride themselves in always going the extra mile on behalf of their clients; and never rush projects out the door without a strict QA process.

You'll enjoy a reduced working week of 35 hours, ongoing and regular training and development, 25 days leave, a flexible hybrid working policy and as much autonomy as you desire.

You'll also enjoy working in a team of around 25 other MEP Design Engineers, in a modern, friendly, and spacious office based in Zone 1, Central London.

Requirements

  • Degree qualified with one to two years post-graduation experience, as an Electrical (Building Services) Design Engineer.
  • Working knowledge of Revit and either ProDesign (Amtech) or Electrical OM.
  • A good attitude and interest in the building services industry.

Please note the cleint is looking for a Grad 1 or a Grad 2.

Job Ref#3517

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Up to £50000 per annum 17% employer pension, fully remote role
UK

Senior Mechanical Engineer - 17% employer pension, fully remote role, up to £50K salary

Use your experience in Mechanical (Building Services) design, energy conservation and Research and Development to future proof our countries most precious, historic buildings. All from the comfort of your own home whilst enjoying a 36-hour working week!

England has some truly remarkable listed buildings and a long history of innovation. However, unless these iconic buildings are improved, maintained, or decarbonised, we run the risk of them falling into ruin.

That's where you come in.

As a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer with previous experience in existing buildings, you'll get involved in complex upgrades and refurbishment projects on listed buildings across the UK. You'll help future proof these buildings integrated low or zero carbon technologies into buildings that were never originally designed to have gas or electricity!

You'll enjoy collaborating with internal M&E Design Engineers, planners, external specialist consultants and conservation architects. You'll engineer solutions that will see these magnificent buildings last another 500 or more years; whilst ensuring that they continue to have a smaller carbon footprint.

In addition to usual duties of a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer (HVAC design, site surveys, attending design, coordination, and client meetings etc) here you'll also have a dedicated R&D budget so that you can explore new or emerging technologies.

This is a unique opportunity to decarbonise the UK's historic built environment, whilst ensuring these engineered solutions do not compromise their historical value, or architectural features.

Benefits:

  • Salary to £50,000.
  • 17% employer pension
  • 28 days leave.
  • 36 hours a week (option of a 4-day week or a 9-day fortnight)
  • Choice of fully a fully remote role, or hybrid role (from any one of their UK based offices).
  • Your own dedicated training and development budget.

Requirements

  • Degree qualified and Chartered.
  • At least four years' experience as a Mechanical Design Engineer.
  • Previous experience with existing buildings.

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Up to £50000 per annum 17% employer pension, fully remote role
UK

Senior Mechanical Engineer - 17% employer pension, fully remote role, up to £50K salary

Use your experience in Mechanical (Building Services) design, energy conservation and Research and Development to future proof our countries most precious, historic buildings. All from the comfort of your own home whilst enjoying a 36-hour working week!

England has some truly remarkable listed buildings and a long history of innovation. However, unless these iconic buildings are improved, maintained, or decarbonised, we run the risk of them falling into ruin.

That's where you come in.

As a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer with previous experience in existing buildings, you'll get involved in complex upgrades and refurbishment projects on listed buildings across the UK. You'll help future proof these buildings integrated low or zero carbon technologies into buildings that were never originally designed to have gas or electricity!

You'll enjoy collaborating with internal M&E Design Engineers, planners, external specialist consultants and conservation architects. You'll engineer solutions that will see these magnificent buildings last another 500 or more years; whilst ensuring that they continue to have a smaller carbon footprint.

In addition to usual duties of a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer (HVAC design, site surveys, attending design, coordination, and client meetings etc) here you'll also have a dedicated R&D budget so that you can explore new or emerging technologies.

This is a unique opportunity to decarbonise the UK's historic built environment, whilst ensuring these engineered solutions do not compromise their historical value, or architectural features.

Benefits:

  • Salary to £50,000.
  • 17% employer pension
  • 28 days leave.
  • 36 hours a week (option of a 4-day week or a 9-day fortnight)
  • Choice of fully a fully remote role, or hybrid role (from any one of their UK based offices).
  • Your own dedicated training and development budget.

Requirements

  • Degree qualified and Chartered.
  • At least four years' experience as a Mechanical Design Engineer.
  • Previous experience with existing buildings.

Mechanical Design Engineer

£45000 - £55000 per annum great projects and quick progression

Mechanical Design Engineer - To £55k Package

Are you a Mechanical Design Engineer who is passionate about sustainability and would like to work in a forward-thinking consultancy?

This well-respected global Engineering Design and Sustainability Consultancy are looking for a Mechanical (HVAC) Design Engineer to join their team in London. As a Mechanical Design Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and developing mechanical systems for a range of complex projects including hotels, science and research facilities, cultural buildings, and universities.

They remain committed to sustainability and their flexible working. You'll be allowed to work from abroad for up to two months a year, finish at 1.30pm finish every Friday, work flexible hours, and operate a hybrid working policy.

You'll be joining a firm of around 1000 engineers who have pioneered many aspects of building services engineering. Soe of their accolades include designing NZC data centres, naturally ventilated labs, the most sustainable school in the UK and have won "CIBSE Consultancy of the Year" for several years in a row.

You will join a team of experts who are passionate about sustainability and committed to integrating it into MEP services. You'll have the opportunity to work on exciting and challenging projects whilst you contribute to the company's ongoing growth and success.

The role will be based on their recently completed London HQ, which has achieved BREEAM excellent and is a Smart Building, reflecting the company's commitment to sustainability.

Requirements

  • Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar with at least three years of experience in the design and development of mechanical systems.
  • Good understanding of HVAC and above ground drainage
  • Able to use AutoCAD, Revit or IESVe.
  • Able to work from the UK, without the need to be sponsored.

Electrical Design Engineer

£38000 - £45000 per annum Package Ongoing Training and support

Electrical Design Engineer - To £45K Package Ongoing Training and support

This medium sized global, Building Services Engineering Consultancy is owned and led by engineers who understand the importance of training, developing, retaining, and promoting their employees.

Due to growth, they are currently looking for an additional Electrical Building Services Design Engineer for their Manchester office.

As an Electrical Design Engineer, you'll benefit from working for a consultancy that continues to put their people before profit and offers clear progression.

You'll have direct access to their Partners and Associates, and their CIBSE Approved Training and Development program that will help you become a CEng / MIET as soon as you are ready to.

Supported from above and below by a team of Juniors and Graduates, you'll help design the full suite of electrical building services. Projects include education, healthcare, leisure, and mixed-use projects, typically from RIBA Stages 2-4.

You'll join a friendly and inclusive team and work for a supportive Electrical team leader, who understands the importance of maintaining a positive work life balance.

They offer a 35-hour week, a hybrid working policy of three days a week in the office, 4% pension, 26 days annual leave, payment of professional memberships, 4 x life assurance, annual salary review and a clear path to Senior and then Associate.

Minimum Requirements

  • HNC/HND in Building Services Engineering, Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Familiar with at a Building Services Software such as Amtech (Trimble ProDesign), ElectricalOM or StabiCAD for Revit.
  • Able to work in the UK, without the need to be sponsored.
  • At least two years' experience in a similar role, working for a consultancy or design and build contractor.

Principal Electrical Engineer

£58000 - £68000 per annum autonomy iconic projects

Principal Electrical Engineer - London £58K to £68K autonomy iconic projects

This Principal Electrical opportunity will allow you to lead iconic, large scale (£100M - £500M) residential, mixed-use and hotel projects across the UK and abroad.

Building off the success of 2023 (their most profitable year), their 150 strong Building Services team is currently involved in a £1.5B regeneration project in West London and 250-meter, high-rise tower in Dubai and has also just been appointed on another £500M project in Zone 1, London.

You'll become a key member of a team that has unmatched experience designing liveable, low carbon and zero carbon buildings. Their engineers don't just understand how to create spaces that are great, for the people that occupy them; they create environments and communities that are also great for society.

Reporting to the Head of Electrical, you'll be responsible for ensuring all projects continue to push the boundaries of technical design, remain innovative and set new standards when it comes to low carbon, building design.

As a key member of their interdisciplinary team, as a Principal Electrical Engineer you'll have a big impact on the future direction and success of their Building Services offering. You'll also help upskill the team and provide clients with an unmatched level of service and quality of project delivery.

You'll continue to lead by example and encourage the use of AI, Digital tools, and automation to improve the quality and detail of the projects that you will deliver.

Key requirements

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering, Building Services, Architectural and Environmental Engineering or equivalent.
  • At least eight years' experience in the built environment, working for a consultancy.
  • Good appreciation of sustainability and net zero carbon design.
  • Ability to mentor and develop multidisciplinary professional teams.
  • Comfortable leading teams and engaging with clients.

Benefits

  • 27 days holiday, plus the additional 8 days bank holidays.
  • A true, flexible hybrid working policy.
  • Flexible working hours.
  • Private medical insurance.
  • £6K annual travel / car allowance.
  • 5% pension.
  • As much autonomy as you like.

list Mechanical (Building Services) Engineer

£40000 - £48000 per annum Package

Mechanical (Building Services) Engineer - To £48K

Quality of delivery, quality of staff, innovative projects, and a great company culture. These are the founding principles of this multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy based near Liverpool Street.

Quality runs deep through the practice, and every project is overseen by a director all the way through the various RIBA stages. They produce quality designs that are low in energy and carbon, are properly coordinated and, actually fit within the space that was allocated by the client.

In terms of recruitment, they only employ permanent staff with stable employment histories, as they would prefer to turn work away rather than employing average engineers to just churn out poor quality designs.

Innovation exists across everything they do, they analyse every completed project, compare how the building is performing in use, and then use building performance engineering to improve the next project. They also continuously research and invest in new and emerging technologies, in order to make their existing software, processes or templates more efficient.

And, they also adopt a bold approach to building design, never shying away from the opportunity of trying something totally new, to solve an issue or overcome a challenge. Recent examples include their use of stone bearing masonry rather than steel, their investment in R&D into the use of advanced phase change materials or their ability to use CLT on larger, complex structures.

In terms of culture, the founding partners remain hands on and actively encourage all employees to make suggestions on how things can be improved. They operate an open plan studio environment, with MEP Engineers siting alongside the structural engineers, civil engineers, and BIM staff, which ensures constant collaboration. They have weekly and monthly social activities, and provide all staff with an annual bonus, and an annual salary review and increase.

As an Mechanical Engineer, you'll get involved in designing and modelling a variety of low carbon, interesting buildings such as theatres, museums, galleries, schools, castles, cinemas, offices, churches, universities, and data centres.

You'll work as part of a friendly, experienced, and supportive team of around 30 engineers on one off projects, typically from concept all the way through to construction.

You will attend design team and site meetings, and liaise directly with clients, architects, and specialist external consultants. You will also carry out heating and cooling loads, size plants, ducts, or pipes, use Revit MEP to produce 3D models, and also ensure all projects adhere to CIBSE guidelines, British standards and also promote a circular economy.

Requirements

  • At least two years' experience as a Mechanical Design Engineer,
  • Previous experience working directly with Architects.
  • Comfortable communicating technical terms, to a non-technical audience.
  • Easy to work with, able to work as part of a team.

list Senior Electrical Engineer

£45000 - £58000 per annum progression, 26 days leave, great culture

Senior Electrical (Building Services ) Engineer - London

If you've hit a glass ceiling, then this opportunity with one of the UK's largest, independently owned, building services consultancies should appeal.

What's in it for you.

Initially joining as a Senior, the plan for you will be to step up into an Associate role within the next 12 - 24 months; and you'll have a clear path to Partner thereafter. You'll enjoy a lot of autonomy and the freedom to lead the electrical team, lead projects and also liaise directly with clients.

You'll benefit from working directly alongside their Electrical Director (who has been with the business for over 25 years) and be able to absorb all of thier expertise before they retire next year.

You'll receive ongoing training and development and be encouraged and supported to become a CEng, if you are not already a Chartered Engineer.

You'll see projects through their full lifecycle; and also develop a good understanding of other specialist building services disciplines.

The Company

Established over 50 years ago this building services consultancy remain committed to attracting, developing and retaining their employees. The majority of this team have been employed for over five years, so you'll be joining a very stable and experienced team who all share a common goal.

Their Culture

The Partners and Directors actively encourage a healthy work life balance and promote employee health and well-being. They operate a 35-hour week and have retained their "investors in people" and "Good Employer" accreditation for the last decade.

Their Partners and Directors don't sit hidden away in individual offices; but rather work in an open plan environment and are always happy to provide mentoring and support. They promote collaboration across all levels and all regional offices share resources, knowledge and projects.

It's a place where people are free to just be themselves and be allowed to develop into either a technical or more of a commercial route.

Location

Situated just a short walk from Kings Cross their office is modern, open plan and has plenty of natural light. They have onsite shower facilities, secure bike storage facilities and have always ensured it's a place that employees enjoying coming to.

Benefits

  • Clear path to Associate in as little as 12 months.
  • Salary up to £58K, 26 days leave, 5% pension, 4 x life assurance.
  • Dedicated training and development budget for each employee
  • Flexible health and well-being benefits.
  • 35-hour working week
  • Cycle to work scheme or interest free season ticket loan.
  • Subsidised gym and other lifestyle benefits.
  • A genuine opportunity to make a big impact within a medium sized business.

Requirements

  • Able to lead projects from feasibility to hand over.
  • 5 years' experience ( as a design engineer ) within the building services industry.
  • Able to mentor and manage Junior or Graduate Electrical Engineers.

Job Ref #3514

list Intermediate Electrical Engineer

£45000 - £50000 per annum autonomy no office politics progression

Intermediate Electrical Engineer - London - To £50K

Calling all Intermediate Electrical Design Engineers who have an interest in low carbon building design.

As an Intermediate Electrical Design Engineer, you'll join a team of friendly MEP engineers and help design high-quality, low carbon residential, education and commercial buildings.

You'll use your excellent communication skills to liaise with clients and help them achieve their goals. You'll partner with end users and clients provide innovative and sustainable electrical engineering solutions that meet or exceed their expectations, and design systems that are easy to install, access and maintain.

You'll become part of a collaborative consultancy that values and encourages both personal and professional growth. You'll enjoy working on complex and challenging projects typically from feasibility, through construction and even post occupancy and use the lessons learnt on each project to then drive continuous innovation and improvement on your next project.

And in addition to developing your design skills, you'll also develop new skills in project bidding, project planning, contract management, resource planning and project management.

Requirements

  • 3 three years' experience in a similar role (i.e. as an Electrical design engineer, within the built environment)
  • Able to demystify building services and explain MEP designs to clients in a transparent way.
  • Able to build relationships and trust , with clients and colleagues.

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