|Job Title:||Senior Public Health Engineer|
|Location:||London Bridge, SE1|
|Salary:||to £65,000 per annum + benefits|
MEP consulting engineers established for more than 95 years, with 600 specialists worldwide. They create healthy, sustainable, smart and future-proof solutions in airports, real estate, health care, life sciences, electronics and data centres. They are offering more than a job, they offer a career in an inspiring, knowledge-intensive working environment among highly skilled professionals.
As a Public Health Engineer, you will work within various market sectors, with a focus of high performing buildings such as hospitals, commercial buildings, laboratories, airports, and data centres. Your contribution will be expected in all phases of the project including feasibility, design, execution, and in-use. You will be expected to handle multiple projects concurrently.
Reporting to directly to the Directors of these sectors, you will be responsible for designing Public Health Services across every stage of the project lifecycle, from the initial brief through to design, commissioning, and final sign off.
You will participate in design teams to provide innovative engineering solutions. As a design team member, you will hold regular meetings to inform and advise clients. This will require excellent interpersonal and conversational skills, making the complex simple. Keeping up with new developments in your field of expertise is a must for this role. If there is insufficient knowledge or new developments arise, it is expected that you will gain knowledge by research, contacts with suppliers, etc.
As an international firm, their teams and clients are based in the UK and around the world. Your role will see you providing Public Health systems design and consultancy within the UK engineering team, and to UK-based clients, but also collaborating as part of the firm-wide consultancy team that extends throughout their national office network, and potentially working with international clients on overseas projects.
You should be able to produce designs, drawings, schematics, diagrams, project survey, design reports and specifications and risk assessments for: