Our client is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering, and project management consultancies. Their Building Design Practice are looking for an experienced, motivated Senior Electrical Design Engineer looking to develop their career in a positive environment and join the team where talent is encouraged and growth opportunities unrivalled.
This role will be based in London based hybrid but presents the opportunity to join a national delivery team and work with designers all across the UK and internationally.
This opportunity will involve working as part of a national practice of Building Design professionals delivering engineering design solutions to clients across the UK. The Building Design practice work on projects across all of our client's focus markets, including Aviation, Cities & Development, Education, Energy and Transportation. This role will focus primarily on the Rail Market.
The opportunity will require candidates to be client-facing as well as being involved in the day-to-day design and management of projects. It is an exciting opportunity for an experienced design engineer to further develop their career within a leading building design consultancy. This role will allow development of existing technical skills as well as providing potential to expand digital skills and project management.
Day to day design and management of building design projects – specifically those relating to Rail and Transportation Oriented Developments.
Carry out (& managing of others) in the production of detailed calculations using industry standard digital tools.
Preparing technical specifications.
Preparing drawings for drafting by the CAD team a working understanding / use of Autodesk (& Revit) / Microstation (& AECOsim).
Representing our client at meetings with clients and contractors.
Site surveys, inspections and monitor site works.
Managing elements of project delivery and an understanding of budget costings.
Report writing, maintaining records and archives to company standards.
Involvement in the mentoring and development of junior staff.