Associate Building Services Engineer (Mechanical)

Railways
  • UK, London
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Negotiable
Our Client is currently looking for an experienced and motivated Associate Buildings Engineer (with a mechanical background) to join their team. This role is based in London but presents the opportunity to join a national team and work across the UK and internationally. Job Description: Some of your main...
  • Posted
  • Deadline: 21.02.2024

Managing consultant

Nisa Hamid

Quote ref: 1061/78222

Quote ref: 1061/78222

Job description

Our Client is currently looking for an experienced and motivated Associate Buildings Engineer (with a mechanical background) to join their team. This role is based in London but presents the opportunity to join a national team and work across the UK and internationally.  

 

Job Description:  

 

Some of your main responsibilities will include but are not limited to:  

- Being responsible for effective delivery of engineering project teams, including teams based in the UK and overseas.  

- Providing technological input and supervise technical input by others within the Building Services team.  

- Undertaking periodic project reviews to ensure technical and programme constraints are met.  

- Undertaking Client/Design Team briefings to establish project criteria.  

Assist in the preparation of fee proposals for submission to potential Clients.  

- Providing regular advice to the Practice Manager regarding staff levels, present and future workload, operating standards, etc.

Requirements

- Degree in Building Services / Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent qualification).  

- Chartered Engineer.  

- Membership of CIBSE, IMechE or equivalent institution.  

- Good understanding of working within the Transportation Market Sector, with experience of progressing projects & design solutions within the framework of our Rail client’s process & standards.  

- Similar experience working in a design consultancy, with experience of concept, scheme and detail design across a range of sectors.  

- Proven ability to build up and maintain client and team relationships.  

- Ability to manage projects and design commissions relating to building services including project finances.  

- A good understanding of quality assurance, safety and environmental sustainability.  

- Working knowledge and use of relevant software packages including Revit, Hevacomp, IES, etc.  

- Financial awareness and the ability to control project finances.  

- Effective team worker, contributing to the team and wider objectives.  

- Possess strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and be able to understand and express technical concepts clearly and accurately.  

- Undertake any other reasonable tasks or duties as required by the senior management team from time to time to maintain flexibility in the organisation.

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