Associate Engineer – Mechanical Bias

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Associate Engineer – Mechanical Bias

* Building Services

* Surrey

* MEP Consultancy

Our client is a respected MEP Design Consultancy based in Surrey who are looking for an Associate Engineer – Mechanical Bias

You will be very capable, articulate and have good client facing skills. Amongst other things, you should have plenty of residential and commercial experience and ideally some exposure to Hotels projects.

Job Objectives

* Design, manage and supervise projects, designated by the Directors.

* Assume role of design team leader as required, co-ordinating with other engineering disciplines.

* As Associate, assist the Directors with delivery of projects, with effective use of assisting engineers as necessary, maintaining technical quality, professionalism, completing all design activities to programme.

* Carry out detailed design in accordance with industry guides.

* Prepare specifications, reports, and design drawings, budget costs to programme.

* Supervise project works on site, workmanship and testing.

* Assist with coaching and staff training of engineers in the group.

Experience and Qualifications

* Membership of a professional engineering body

* Full Mechanical Background

* Minimum 10 years’ experience – technically competent.

* Excellent communication/presentation skills.

* Understand client requirements/objectives.

* Thorough knowledge of statutory legislation and standards.

* Developing Good sub-ordinate management skills
  • 1
  • Negotiable
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  • CV-110763
  • Permanent
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