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Intermediate Mechanical Engineer

Job Title: Intermediate Mechanical Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Hertfordshire, England
Salary: £30000 - £38000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: 5199_1538664014
Contact Name: Alex Ashley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Due to internal progression and new projects won, my client is seeking a driven and passionate intermediate mechanical design engineer to join their growing MEP team. Established three decades ago, they have successfully delivered thousands of projects across multiple sectors including high spec residential, fit out and refurbishments, leisure and retail developments. Much of my clients business has been built on longstanding client relationships and a fantastic reputation within the Building Services industry.

Job Description:

- Reporting to Director.
- Potential to manage own projects and less experienced engineers/technicians.
- With full support working on UK and Overseas projects (concept/feasibility stage, design and construction, commissioning and handover).
- HVAC design calculation in accordance with CIBSE guidelines.
- Liaison with building physicist for thermal modelling input criteria and results.
- Design and specification of renewable technologies.
- Part L Compliance checking in conjunction with building physicist.
- Detail development of concept designs to include equipment selection and specification etc.
- Liaison with architects, clients, structural engineers and contractors.
- Project Management.
- Site inspections.

- Qualifications and Experience:

- British or European citizen or otherwise working rights in UK without the need for visa
- Degree in mechanical (building services) engineering
- Minimum 3 years' experience working as mechanical (building services) design engineer in the UK - Good design skills
- Working knowledge of building regulations, especially Parts G, F and L
- Working knowledge of British Standards
- CSCS qualified
- Schools or other naturally ventilated buildings (preferential but not essential)
- Leisure centres (preferential but not essential)
- NES specification writing (preferential but not essential)
- Familiarity with BREEAM, and implications for M&E design (preferential but not essential)
- Revit MEP (preferential but not essential)