Assistant M&E Design Manager

Posted 16 May 2024
Salary £33000 - £45000 per annum
Job type Permanent
Sectors Building ServicesInfrastructure
Contact NameDavid Lyons

Job description

Assistant M&E Design Manager (E&P)
This role would suit graduates with 2 – 4 years post-grad design experience at building services consultancies.
£33k - £45k + package depending on skills and experience
Our client is a principal contractor who are on the CP7 frameworks for Network Rail. They are seeking an Assistant M&E Design Manager to join our team, focusing on Rail projects within our Electrification & Plant portfolio. This position is a hybrid role, based out of a Central London office with opportunities for remote work and occasional site visits.
As an Assistant M&E Design Manager, you will play a crucial role in supporting the successful development of pre-construction works for both Network Rail and our client. Your responsibilities will include assisting in the development of schemes through design and pre-construction activities, collaborating closely with customers, stakeholders, design partners, suppliers, and delivery teams. You'll work towards delivering high-quality solutions within set financial targets, while fostering a collaborative culture throughout the project team.
The ideal candidate will have:
  • Experience interfacing with Design Contractors and Clients, driving design programs, and embracing Lean principles for efficiency improvements.
  • Knowledge of BIM, technology, and IT to enhance project delivery.
  • A proactive approach to identifying and implementing innovative solutions.
  • Strong communication skills, NEC3 knowledge, and contract administration abilities.
  • Previous experience managing design programs and ensuring quality, commercial performance, and adherence to schedules.
  • Technical proficiency, including familiarity with Microsoft Project and construction industry practices.
  • A degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related field (or equivalent experience), with aspirations for professional membership with a relevant institution.