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    THE COMPANY  Our client is the second largest M&E subcontractor in the UK with an estimated turnover of 300M this year! With various projects all over the UK and Europe, the candidate would be joining a very impactful and exciting team. As they increase in project wins, they are eager to expand their in-house design capacity and are seeking an Associate Mechanical Engineer to lead projects from an MEP perspective. With a project portfolio including Commercial, Data Centres, Retail, Pharmaceutical, and Laboratories there is ample opportunity to work on multi-million-pound projects.   Key Responsibilities of the Mechanical Design Engineer include:
    • Providing design support to a team of Mechanical and Electrical design engineers, including hands on support if needed.
    • Overseeing all MEP aspects of small to medium sized projects assigned.
    • Attending design team meetings and acting as the bridge between the MEP team and client.
    • Ensuring multidisciplinary collaboration between the Mechanical and Electrical team.
    • Understanding and implementing industry standards, regulations, and protocol.
    • Keeping up with industry trends and technology to ensure effective and efficient completion of each project.
    • Ensuring the mechanical team is suitably resourced for planned objectives and all personnel are suitably equipped for the and that all aspects of engineering within the mechanical (and electrical) discipline have been carried to an acceptable standard.
    Skills and background requirements:
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will have previous experience at a small to medium sized contractor or consultancy.
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will have experience running an MEP project in previous roles.
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will understand the commissioning aspect of projects.
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will have experience with RIBA stages 3,4, and 5.
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will come from a building services background, including projects such as: Commercial, DC, pharmaceutical, labs, education, or high end residential.
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will be experienced in Hevacomp and HVAC
    • The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will have a UK right to work and be willing to commute to the office 4 days a week and for any days on-site days.
    Some more details:
    • 5K Car allowance
    • Travel Allowance
    • Pension
    • Private Healthcare
    • Bonus scheme
    • 37.5-hour work week -> 4pm finish on Fridays
    Location: London 4 days in office, 1 day from home

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Salary

    80 000

    Location

    Central London

    THE COMPANY  Our client is the second largest M&E subcontractor in the UK with an estimated turnover of 300M this

    London, UK
    Posted 1 month ago
    We are representing one of the best M&E contractors in London, both by standard of work and how they treat their staff. Turning over £250m per year, concentrating within the M25 and the go-to for some of the biggest main contractors. They have a long list of major buildings they have installed and are now becoming a force in data centres. This is a great time to join as the opportunities are huge and this is a company that actively encourages people to want more. SKILLS AND BACKGROUND
    • As a Mechanical Construction Manager, you will have a mechanical trade and have helped deliver major mechanical schemes.
    • You will have experience as Mechanical Construction Manager on a rail project OR commercial fit-outs.
    As an experienced Mechanical Construction Manager, you will have experience:
    • Managing the mechanical trades
    • Carry out site inductions
    • Toolbox talks
    • Inspections, surveying
    • H&S
    • Testing and commissioning
    If you are interested in the role of Mechanical Construction Manager, please apply below or reach out to Paulina at paulina.olarte.perez@aylinwhite.com

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Location

    London

    Salary

    £65,000 - £70,000

    We are representing one of the best M&E contractors in London, both by standard of work and how they treat

    We are representing a leading consultancy with a successful track record in Structural and Civil Engineering and specialty in Data Centres and Logistics. They are currently looking for a Civil Engineer to join their growing team in Frankfurt, Germany. They offer a competitive salary and great career progression. Role Responsibilities
    • The Civil Design Engineer will be responsible for monitoring, coordinating and reviewing designs to ensure project completion within budget and time.
    • Will create conceptual designs and provide guidance on problem identification and solving.
    • The Civil Engineer will prepare the scope of work as well as write up offers for projects.
    • Be up to date on and responsible for ensuring compliance with current legislations.
    • Communicate with both internal and external stakeholders such as agencies, clients, contractors, consultants and local authorities.
    Role Requirements
    • The Civil Engineer will possess 5-10 years of relevant design experience.
    • Data centre and logistics experience preferred.
    • Hold a C1 level of both English and German.
    • The Civil Engineer will be well organised and able to meet targets in a timely manner.

    Job Features

    Location

    Frankfurt

    Job Type

    Permanent

    We are representing a leading consultancy with a successful track record in Structural and Civil Engineering and specialty in Data

    Posted 1 month ago
    London – 4 days a week Salary: £30,000 - £40,000 + Package The Company: This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Group Administrator/Document Controller to join a well-known and respected market-leading M&E Contractor with a turnover equating to £300M. They have projects in the Commercial, High-End Residential, Data Centre, Retail and Life Sciences sectors. They are currently looking for a Group Administrator who can help organise and add to the administrative processes currently in place. Roles & Responsibilities: The Group Administrator will oversee various tasks such as:
    • Organise project meetings.
    • Typing up, creating and organising documents.
    • Creating templates for the company to make sure all files are saved and formatted to high standards.
    • Responding to business enquiries from clients and internal members
    • Drawing up contracts and following through on ongoing contract agreements etc.
    • Liaising with suppliers and contractors.
    • Liaising with staff in other departments, e.g. finance, HR
    • Set up new construction projects on the company database and regularly monitoring to maintain orderliness.
    • Attend Project Review Meetings, taking notes, writing up and distributing.
    • Provide administrative support as required.
    • Undertake general administration including scanning, filing, and preparing letters, emails and other correspondence.
    • Happy to commute to London 4 days a week.
    Skills and Background:
    • Have worked for an M&E Contractor or Consultancy.
    • Has more than 2/3 + years of experience as a Group Administrator.
    • Skilled in Microsoft packages such as Excel etc.

    Job Features

    Salary

    £30,000 - £40,000

    Job Type

    Permanent/Full-Time

    Location

    London

    London – 4 days a week Salary: £30,000 – £40,000 + Package The Company: This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced

    This subcontractor is looking for a commissioning engineer to join them on Data Centre projects across Europe, including Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Milan. THE COMPANY
    • A subcontractor with proven history working in the Data Centre sector
    • Established over 40 years ago
    • Since 2006 they have been carrying out full electrical installations in data centres throughout the UK and Europe.
    ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
    • The commissioning engineer will assist the commissioning manager to conduct system testing and verifying the functionality of various systems, such as electrical, mechanical, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), and control systems, ensuring that all components work together as intended.
    • The commissioning engineer will be responsible for creating and maintaining detailed documentation, including test procedures, checklists, and reports.
    • The commissioning engineer will ensure that all systems and equipment meet safety standards and guidelines, as well as project specifications and industry standards.
    • When issues or discrepancies are identified during testing, commissioning engineers will be responsible for troubleshooting and diagnosing the problems, working to resolve issues and ensure that systems operate correctly.
    ROLE REQUIREMENTS
    • The commissioning engineer will have a background in M&E testing (e.g., APs, electricians with testing experience) or be an M&E professional (e.g., electrical or mechanical design engineers, M&E project managers or engineers) with previous exposure to the commissioning process and an interest in transitioning into a commissioning career.
    • The commissioning engineer will have some exposure to data centre projects.
    • The Commissioning Engineer will be comfortable and happy to travel around Europe
    • Have EU passport or right to work.
    If you are either an electrically or mechanically biased engineer with 1-6 years' experience in commissioning looking to work in Europe, please apply to this job adver

    Job Features

    Job Title

    Commissioning Engineer

    Salary

    43,050 - 51,654

    Location

    Europe

    This subcontractor is looking for a commissioning engineer to join them on Data Centre projects across Europe, including Amsterdam, Frankfurt

    London
    Posted 1 month ago
    Mechanical Project Manager £68,000 - £72,000 London We are looking for a Mechanical Project Manager to join a growing company, within the critical systems and sustainability solutions market.   Company Our client is a well-respected Mechanical and Electrical contractor delivering direct for client, as well as working as a design and build subcontractor. They work within the critical systems and sustainable solutions market. Our client is in a market that is one of the most successful and fastest growing industries within the built environment and they are looking for someone who can join them on this journey. For employees they are a company that work thoroughly on each of their projects, allowing employees to not feel rushed within their projects and that employees are less likely to burn out. The Divisional Director is a well-respected figure who will teach pre construction, design management and delivery, along with the support of technical and estimating teams to help the Mechanical Project Manager through the processes of the projects. This company is projected for long term growth and with a turnover of £90million last year they are looking to expand further and work closer than ever with direct client-side work. For someone that is looking to go into a growing M&E building services company in the critical systems and sustainable solutions market this company will be the perfect step in their career.     Role Our client is looking for a mechanically biased project manager with the ability to work on site to help manage the M&E aspects of their projects. The Mechanical Project Manager will be responsible for taking a project from pre-construction phase, working with the professional team, through tender win and through delivery of the project. An understanding of these phases is necessary, but deep experience is not as mentoring is a key part of the company. The Mechanical Project Manager will be managing sub-contractors, engineers, supervisors, and design teams throughout the project.     Experience
    • The Mechanical Project Manager will have experience as a mechanical project manager with an M&E subcontractor or main contractor.
    • The Mechanical Project Manager has experience in delivering the mechanical package for a project.
    • The Mechanical Project Manager has worked on the development of the mechanical package, from tender win.
    • The Mechanical Project Manager will be someone who is passionate about mission critical and renewables and is enthusiastic about taking on this exciting position.
    • The Mechanical Project Manager can come from a trades (NVQ/ C&G) background or ONC/ HNC background.

    Job Features

    Location

    London

    Salary

    £68,000 - £72,000

    Mechanical Project Manager £68,000 – £72,000 London We are looking for a Mechanical Project Manager to join a growing company,

    London, UK
    Posted 1 month ago
    We are working with a hugely respected Tier 1 MEP contractor operating across the UK. They are looking to expand into the retrofit market and are looking for an experienced Senior Mechanical Project Engineer to join their team in London.   THE COMPANY
    • A widely recognised contractor with over 30 years of experience in the construction industry and a strong reputation for excellence.
    • They provide full mechanical and electrical engineering contracting services, and are looking to integrate logistics into their specialisms as they expand into the retrofit market in London.
    • They are targeting a turnover of around £70 million by the end of the year.
    • They are a people and client focussed business. They have grown through staff retention and through repeat clients. Their reputation puts them in the top Tier for highly engineered projects.
      KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will be responsible for developing a comprehensive project plan outlining tasks, timelines, and milestones, collaborating with other engineering disciplines and stakeholders to ensure alignment with project goals.
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will conduct feasibility studies to assess the viability and potential challenges of retrofitting existing mechanical systems, analysing existing systems to identify areas that require improvement or modification.
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will work alongside design teams to make sure that detailed engineering drawings and specifications for retrofit components work in practice and comply with relevant codes, standards, and regulations.
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will be involved in the supervision of construction activities to ensure that the retrofit is implemented according to the approved design and schedule, and address any unforeseen issues or challenges during the construction phase.
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will identify potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate them.
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will be responsible for overseeing the commissioning process to ensure that retrofitted systems operate as intended, as well as conducting performance tests and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.
    • The Senior Mechanical Project Engineer will need to regularly communicate with clients to provide updates on project status, address concerns, and ensure client satisfaction, as well as manage client expectations regarding project timelines and deliverables.
      SKILLS AND BACKGROUND
    • Have a Mechanical Engineer degree/ONC/OND/HNC/HND.
    • Have experience leading the Mechanical Engineering aspect of 2 full lifecycle projects worth at least £5m.
    • Have experience creating a logistics plan.
    • UK citizen or right to work.
      If you are an experienced Senior Mechanical Project Engineer looking for your next long-term challenge as part of a Tier 1 contractor working on retrofit projects and want to be a key part of the move towards a sustainable London, please apply to this job advert or contact me at paulina.olarte.perez@aylinwhite.com.

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Location

    London

    Salary

    £75,000 - £82,000

    We are working with a hugely respected Tier 1 MEP contractor operating across the UK. They are looking to expand

    London, UK
    Posted 1 month ago
    We are working with a hugely respected Tier 1 MEP contractor operating across the UK. They are looking to expand into the retrofit market and are looking for an experienced Senior Electrical Project Engineer to join their team in London.   THE COMPANY
    • A widely recognised contractor with over 30 years of experience in the construction industry and a strong reputation for excellence.
    • They provide full mechanical and electrical engineering contracting services, and are looking to integrate logistics into their specialisms as they expand into the retrofit market in London.
    • They are targeting a turnover of around £70 million by the end of the year.
    • They are a people and client focussed business. They have grown through staff retention and through repeat clients. Their reputation puts them in the top Tier for highly engineered projects.
      KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will be responsible for developing a comprehensive project plan outlining tasks, timelines, and milestones, collaborating with other engineering disciplines and stakeholders to ensure alignment with project goals.
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will conduct feasibility studies to assess the viability and potential challenges of retrofitting existing electrical systems, analysing existing systems to identify areas that require improvement or modification.
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will work alongside design teams to make sure that detailed engineering drawings and specifications for retrofit components work in practice and comply with relevant codes, standards, and regulations.
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will be involved in the supervision of construction activities to ensure that the retrofit is implemented according to the approved design and schedule, and address any unforeseen issues or challenges during the construction phase.
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will identify potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate them.
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will be responsible for overseeing the commissioning process to ensure that retrofitted systems operate as intended, as well as conducting performance tests and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.
    • The Senior Electrical Project Engineer will need to regularly communicate with clients to provide updates on project status, address concerns, and ensure client satisfaction, as well as manage client expectations regarding project timelines and deliverables.
      SKILLS AND BACKGROUND
    • Have a Electrical Engineer degree/ONC/OND/HNC/HND.
    • Have experience leading the Electrical Engineering aspect of 2 full lifecycle projects worth at least £5m.
    • Have experience creating a logistics plan.
    • UK citizen or right to work.
      If you are an experienced Senior Electrical Project Engineer looking for your next long-term challenge as part of a Tier 1 contractor working on retrofit projects and want to be a key part of the move towards a sustainable London, please apply to this job advert or contact me at paulina.olarte.perez@aylinwhite.com.

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Location

    London

    Salary

    £75,000 - £82,000

    We are working with a hugely respected Tier 1 MEP contractor operating across the UK. They are looking to expand

    London Salary between £50,000 - £60,000 + Package Due to inter-organizational promotions, our client is looking for a Principal Electrical Design Engineer to join their commercial team based in London. The opportunity is with a well-established M&E consultancy, who are looking for a Principal Engineer with excellent communication skills and a high technical level, to act as the direct link between clients and the Electrical team. Our client is one of the largest leading Data Centre consultancies in Northern Europe, and by joining the commercial team, Engineers have the opportunity to progress into other teams within the organization.   Key Responsibilities:
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer is responsible for the project lead of medium size projects.
    • The Principal Electrical Engineer will undertake a client facing role in the development, design, and coordination of engineering project services for electrical installations, systems, equipment, facilities etc.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer’s day to day will involve decision making on project progress and direct liaison/providing advice to client.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will represent the company at technical meetings with customers, professional teams and contractors’ teams.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will carry out engineering calculations to ensure drawings meet required industry and legal standards.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will be mentoring junior staff and team members whilst working alongside Principal and Associate Engineers.
    • Validation, checking of designs and specifications.
    • Managing and forecasting fee spend ensuring that work is kept to budget.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer is to develop and maintain relationships with new and existing clients.
    Role Requirements:
    • Qualified to Meng, BEng Degree level or equivalent in either electrical engineering or building services engineering.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer is to have experience working on UK based commercial office projects/high end projects.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will either (preferably) have achieved or working towards Chartered Eng status.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will be competent in specification design/drawing for several building types.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will be capable of presenting engineering concepts to clients and other project stakeholders.
    • The Principal Electrical Design Engineer will have a strong understanding of industry design guidelines
    • Ability to use Amtech and Dialux.
    • Ability to liaise & coordinate with the other services disciplines.
    • Managerial Skills
      Tottenham Court Road 2-3 days in office *NO SPONSORSHIP OFFERED*

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Salary

    Based upon Candidate

    Location

    Central London

    London Salary between £50,000 – £60,000 + Package Due to inter-organizational promotions, our client is looking for a Principal Electrical

    Posted 2 months ago
    Sustainability Lead 4 Days a Week in Central London Office, 1 Day from Home £70,000 - £75,000 + Package 37.5 Hour Week Position Overview:
    • Reporting to the Design Manager you will play a pivotal role in expanding both the Design and Sustainability Team, playing a crucial role in developing and implementing innovative strategies that align to the Environmental Sustainability Goals (ESG) that our client has identified as part of their Net Zero Carbon strategy.
    • The role will include measuring, tracking, reporting, and where possible developing strategies aimed at reducing embodied and operational carbon.
    • You will play a pivotal role in helping deliver more sustainable projects, by contributing to the implementation of low/no carbon materials and low energy engineering solutions.
    Key Responsibilities:
    • Development of bespoke embodied carbon analysis methodologies to meet project requirements - could require existing software processes, or development of new tools.
    • Liaise with our clients supply chain and manufacturers to develop a library of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) that can be used to determine the embodied carbon contribution to projects
    • .Contribute to the delivery of our clients Net Zero Carbon (both Embodied carbon and operational carbon) strategy through Zero Carbon Roadmaps, decarbonisation strategies, policy development and project design.
    • Provide narrative content and graphical content to support the pitching for new work and explaining what we do in relation to embodied carbon, whole life carbon and net zero.
    • To assist in setting out the embodied carbon, LCA and whole life carbon R&D required to further improve and develop our clients service offerings.
    • Review tender information to ensure the clients ERs are achievable and where feasible, suggest enhancements to improve the sustainability targets for a project.
    • Prepare reports and documentation related to carbon emissions, reduction strategies, and compliance with regulatory standards and Client policies.
    • Assist in preparing strategies and responses to prequalification questionnaires and project tender bid requirements and deliverables.
    • Assist in presenting the proposed solutions and our clients internal policies and development to the Clients and supply chain.
    • Assist in fulfilling clients requirements in proving business sustainability credentials.
    • Ensure compliance with relevant environmental regulations and standards.
    • Keep abreast of evolving regulations and standards related to carbon emissions and communicate necessary changes to stakeholders.
    • Assist in monitoring and fulfilling sustainability requirements and environmental accreditation schemes such and BREEAM, WELL and NABERS.
    • Provide high-quality consultancy services, providing clear and applicable guidance and recommendations, allowing projects to realise their potential.
    Where necessary, assist and support the Environmental Sustainability Manager to:
    • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to design and develop operational and embodied carbon monitoring and reduction engineering solutions.
    • Conduct comprehensive assessments to quantify carbon emissions across project operations.
    • Provide technical expertise and guidance to internal and external stakeholders on carbon reduction strategies and initiatives.
    • Work with internal stakeholders to increase awareness of carbon footprint, energy use and environmental certification.
    • Assist in creating and maintaining an edge from competitors by demonstrating best practice in carbon reduction and energy efficiency.
    • Increase company-wide understanding, knowledge, and support for carbon reduction journey.
    • Collaborate with clients to develop customized sustainability plans and identify opportunities for embodied carbon and emission reduction.
    Person Specification:
    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in building services engineering, environmental science or a related field.
    • Strong understanding of embodied and operational carbon in construction industry.
    • Experience in conducting carbon emissions assessments, reporting and developing carbon reduction strategies.
    • Proficiency in utilizing software tools and modelling techniques related to carbon engineering.
    • Knowledge of sustainability frameworks, environmental regulations, and reporting standards.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to interpret and analyse complex data.
    • Excellent communication skills to effectively collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects, and meet deadlines.

    Job Features

    Salary

    £70,000 - £75,000

    Location

    London

    Employment Type

    Permanent

    Sustainability Lead 4 Days a Week in Central London Office, 1 Day from Home £70,000 – £75,000 + Package 37.5

    Associate Mechanical Design Engineer Salary: £75,000 - £85,000 + Car Allowance + Travel + 8% Pension + Private Healthcare + Bonus THE COMPANY We are representing one of the best M&E contractors in London. Turning over £250M per year, concentrating within the M25, however, have other projects in London, the Southeast and Europe. They have a long list of major buildings they have installed and are now a strong force in data centres. A fantastic opportunity for an experienced Associate Mechanical Design Engineer to join a well-known and respected market-leading contractor. With projects from Commercial, Data Centres, Retail and Pharmaceutical Laboratories etc, there is an opportunity to work on multi-million-pound projects. Role Responsibilities: - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will be working on various types of projects in an array of sectors. The need to have sector knowledge is important. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will need to be a team player, from helping juniors/graduates in their journey of growth, you will help peer review consultancies drawings and value engineer on drawings, focusing on the purely mechanical aspects. - Providing design support to a team of Mechanical and Electrical design engineers, including hands-on support if needed. Overseeing all MEP aspects of projects assigned. - Attending design team meetings and acting as a bridge between the MEP team and the client. - Ensuring the collaboration between the Mechanical and Electrical teams is clear and both disciplines are working alongside each other cohesively. - Understanding and implementing industry standards, regulations, and protocols. - Keeping up with industry trends and technology to ensure effective and efficient completion of each project. - Ensuring the mechanical team is suitably resourced for planned objectives and all personnel are suitably equipped for the and that all aspects of engineering within the mechanical (and electrical) discipline have been carried to an acceptable standard. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will need to have experience working on various projects from different stages from stages 3, 4 and 5. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will need to be able to effectively liaise with clients and stakeholders to manage expectations whilst maintaining and building new relationships for the company. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will need to think creatively and logically to resolve design and development problems whilst identifying risks in the workplace, site, and design work. Whilst also considering the design's environmental, commercial, safety, and operational aspects. Role Requirements: - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will have experience in using recognised design software tools such as REVIT and ideally have exposure to Hevacomp. - Have recognised qualifications in Mechanical services design and a Chartered Status or have an interest in working towards one. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will need to understand project needs and be able to manage the full delivery. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will be able to work both autonomously and as part of a team in support of delivery projects. - The Associate Mechanical Design Engineer will ideally have 5+ years of experience in a building services background, with experience ranging in sectors.

    Job Features

    Salary

    £75,000 - £85,000

    Location

    London

    Job Type

    Permanent

    Associate Mechanical Design Engineer Salary: £75,000 – £85,000 + Car Allowance + Travel + 8% Pension + Private Healthcare +

    Posted 2 months ago
    We are representing an international subcontractor, specialising in Data Centres (no experience required) who are currently looking for a client-side Mechanical Engineer to join their team. The Mechanical Engineer will be based out of the London office, but will be travelling to their European offices on a weekly basis.   The Role Responsibilities
    • The Mechanical Engineer will oversee the success of various project criteria such as time, cost and efficiency. Advising the client on aspects such as finances and operations to ensure said success.
    • Will produce formal project plans as well as progress reports. Utilising these to improve overall performance in line with company, client and team KPIs.
    • Ensure the maintenance and management of health and safety procedures.
    • The Mechanical Engineer will effectively communicate with both internal and external stakeholders.
    • This includes but is not limited to, regularly communicating with clients throughout the project life cycle.
    • Will be an integral part of an international team, adeptly supporting the complete life cycle of projects and providing guidance to senior engineers.
      Qualifications
    • Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
    • Ability to multi-task, organize, and prioritize work

    Job Features

    Job Type

    Permanent

    Location

    London

    Salary

    £60,000-70,000

    We are representing an international subcontractor, specialising in Data Centres (no experience required) who are currently looking for a client-side

    The Company Our client is a leading firm of consulting engineers with a global presence around the world in various sectors including but not limited to, Data Centres, Commercial, Education, Entertainment, and Residential projects. The company is well established in the UK market with a big focus on SMART and sustainable buildings with a goal of going Carbon Net Zero in the near future with Carbon Neutral status already achieved.   The Position Our client is looking for an electrical design engineer who is passionate about getting into the Data Centre sector. They are looking for someone to join their young and growing team in a fast-paced flexible office environment. As an electrical design engineer with our client, the prospect of fast career progression is something that is very achievable within their team.   Skills and Background
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have a minimum 2 years’ engineering experience across the full project lifecycle.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have relevant tertiary qualification combined with equivalent training, accreditation, and experience.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have a well-developed understanding of relevant Standards and a well-developed understanding of Project Stages and Delivery methods (e.g. full design, design and construct).
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have experience using Amtech and Dialux/Relux and familiarity with power systems analysis software such as DIgSILENT Power Factory, ETAP, or SKM-PTW
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have experience working on the entire electrical package on their project.
    • The Electrical design engineer will be passionate about the Data Centre sector and will want to push their career forward.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have experience in an Electrical Engineering role within the power systems field.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have passion for power systems design, learning, and development.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have a UK right to work.
      Key Responsibilities
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be working on projects for the critical systems team.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will collaborate within the critical systems team and work closely with colleagues of various disciplines to help the delivery of technically excellent and profitable projects.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be producing and reviewing Electrical design drawings including HV and LV packages.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will utilise power systems software to model complex networks and run advanced power system studies.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will prepare technical reports in accordance with clients' briefs.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be responsible for producing technical drawings, engineering designs, calculations, and specifications with the use of software and in accordance with agreed deadlines and budgets.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be able to prepare technical reports in accordance with briefs from clients.
      Renumeration:
    • Pension 5% matched
    • Flexible Benefits
    • Subscription sponsorships (ex. IET, CIBSE)
    • Chartership Assistance
      *Salary based on candidate experience* 2-3 Days in office

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Salary

    Based upon Candidate

    Location

    Central London

    The Company Our client is a leading firm of consulting engineers with a global presence around the world in various

    The Position Our client is looking for an electrical design engineer who is passionate about getting into the Data Centre sector. They are looking for someone to join their young and growing team in a fast-paced flexible office environment. As an electrical design engineer with our client, the prospect of fast career progression is something that is very achievable within their team.   Skills and Background
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have a minimum 2 years’ engineering experience across the full project lifecycle.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have relevant tertiary qualification combined with equivalent training, accreditation, and experience.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have a well-developed understanding of relevant Standards and a well-developed understanding of Project Stages and Delivery methods (e.g. full design, design and construct).
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have experience using Amtech and Dialux/Relux.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will have experience working on the entire electrical package on their project.
    • The Electrical design engineer will be passionate about the Data Centre sector and will want to push their career forward.
      Key Responsibilities
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be working on projects for the critical systems team.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will collaborate within the critical systems team and work closely with colleagues of various disciplines to help the delivery of technically excellent and profitable projects.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be producing and reviewing Electrical design drawings incl. lighting, small power, CCTV etc. on data centre projects.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be responsible for producing technical drawings, engineering designs, calculations, and specifications with the use of software and in accordance with agreed deadlines and budgets.
    • The Electrical Design Engineer will be able to prepare technical reports in accordance with briefs from clients.
      If you are an Electrical Design Engineer with 2-4 years of experience (time as a graduate engineer does not count towards the two years) looking to enter the rapidly growing data centre market, please apply to this advertisement with an updated CV.   Renumeration:
    • Up to 42K
    • Pension 5% matched
    • Flexible Benefits
    • Subscription sponsorships (ex. IET, CIBSE)
    • Chartership Assistance
      2-3 Days in office   *UK Right to work is mandatory, No sponsorships*

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Salary

    Based upon Candidate

    Location

    Central London

    The Position Our client is looking for an electrical design engineer who is passionate about getting into the Data Centre

    Posted 3 months ago
    We are representing an award-winning Consultancy led Main Contractor who are leading the way in terms of modular build construction throughout the UK. They are picking up major government contracts which has led to impressive growth in turnover and headcount in the last few years. They additionally operate at the forefront of sustainable construction and are changing the way spaces are funded, designed, and delivered to meet client needs by utilising data and the latest modular technologies. They are looking for an Assistant Buyer to join them in Driffield.   Role Responsibilities
    • The Assistant Buyer will work closely with the company’s supply chain.
    • Will ensure that materials are bought at the best price and value for money.
    • The Assistant Buyer will be processing purchase orders.
    • Will contribute to the timely placement of purchase orders and continuously follow up with suppliers when and if necessary.
    • The scheduling of material deliveries, in the most sustainable fashion.
    • Maintain complete and well-organized records.
      Role Requirements
    • The Assistant Buyer will posses excellent communication skills.
    • Experience in a purchasing position within construction industry
    • Will be proficient in the use of Excel and Microsoft Office.

    Job Features

    Type

    Permanent

    Location

    Driffield

    Salary

    £30,000-35,000

    We are representing an award-winning Consultancy led Main Contractor who are leading the way in terms of modular build construction