Mechanical Project Engineer

Posted 24 June 2024
Salary £65000 - £70000 per annum, Benefits: Travel expenses, 25 days of annual leave + Bank Holidays, Life assurance, Enhanced pension scheme
LocationCity of Westminster
Job type Permanent
Sectors Building Services
Contact NameMegan Field

Job description

Mechanical Project Engineer
MEP Contracting / Building Services
North London 

A dynamic, progressing and forward thinking MEP Contractor with a turnover of around £50m and ambitious growth plans requires a Mechanical Project Engineer to join its team on a residential project located in London, which is currently in the procurement stage. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in mechanical engineering within the MEP contracting or building services sector and will play a key role.

The company is known for being very flexible and supportive, offering opportunities for working from home and providing hands-on support with training and development.
Employment benefits include:
  • Travel expenses 
  • 25 days of annual leave + Bank Holidays
  • Life assurance
  • Enhanced pension scheme
Key Responsibilities:
  • Manage and oversee the mechanical aspects of the residential project, ensuring all works are completed to the highest standards.
  • Assist in the procurement process, including selecting and managing subcontractors and suppliers.
  • Work closely with the design team to develop mechanical systems that meet project requirements and regulatory standards.
  • Implement and maintain quality control procedures to ensure compliance with industry standards and project specifications.
  • Regularly visit the project site to monitor progress, address any issues, and ensure effective communication between all parties.
  • Identify and mitigate potential risks to project delivery, ensuring proactive problem-solving and decision-making.
  • Prepare and maintain comprehensive project documentation, including reports, specifications, and as-built drawings.
  • Ensure all mechanical engineering activities adhere to health, safety, and environmental regulations.

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