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Intermediate Electrical Engineer (Minimum 2 years Exp)

Salary: £35,000 to £45K,000+ (subject to experience)

Primary Location: London

Seeking a varied role in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team?

We are looking for a talented Intermediate Electrical Engineer to join the team. With a minimum of 2 years of building services experience, you’ll be working across different sectors, predominantly commercial and residential.

Engineering Exceptional Environmental Solutions for Buildings is what we do each and every day for all of our clients, often on renowned and award winning projects -- see our portfolio


About you:

You want to work independently on tasks and as a part of a friendly, fast-paced, multi-disciplinary team and: 

  • have BEng/equal or demonstrable practical experience
  • are working towards membership with a relevant industry body, such as CIBSE or IET
  • have the ability to work independently and to deadlines, sometimes under pressure
  • are diligent and methodical
  • and are able to communicate effectively across all functions of the firm, with great negotiation and influencing skills

Key Responsibilities

You’ll be working with Senior Engineers to:

  • interpret the client's requirements, statutory obligations and design the building services wherever appropriate
  • design all appropriate services from concept to completion
  • provide support to other members of the team in the design of projects
  • ensure designs comply with the relevant regulations, company procedures and company standards
  • prepare detailed specifications and schedules when required
  • facilitate drawing production with the project team
  • ensure that design work is checked and feedback is incorporated into the design
  • ensure that the information that is issued is accurate and well defined 

Technical Knowledge and Skills

You'll have:

  • a BEng/equal or demonstrable practical experience
  • an understanding of
    • BSRIA BG6 and RIBA stages
    • Part L
    • the CDM Regulations
    • BREEAM and renewable technologies
    • CIBSE lighting codes
    • IET regulations
  • a reasonable understanding of other MEP engineering disciplines, other than your own, sufficient to understand their impact in the overall design, and converse at a reasonable level
  • a flair for working on smaller and quick turnaround projects and the ability to work on several projects simultaneously
  • proficiency and experience in the use of:
    • Word
    • PowerPoint
    • Excel
    • DIALux/Relux
    • Outlook
    • AutoCAD
    • Revit (all engineers are currently training on Revit)
    • Trimble


About us:

What's it like working at Mecserve?

With an average employee retention of five years, many of our staff have grown up with the business.

Friendships are made here and that’s as important as the careers being built. We also love to see motivation and the desire to thrive with opportunity for everyone at Mecserve.

Whether you’re a long-standing employee or a newcomer, we’ll support you in your endeavours - from expanding your role to studying for qualifications or taking the path to leading your own team, Mecserve encourages and helps wherever possible.

Due to the size and nature of Mecserve, you’ll always feel like an integral part of the team - trusted, depended on and treated as an individual. We also try to accommodate your ever-changing lifestyle. Not only do we want the best from you but for you to expect the best from us! It’s a two-way relationship.

We offer a range of competitive benefits, including healthcare (with family option), a generous employer-contribution to your pension and childcare vouchers. 

How to apply:

Does this role sound right for you?

Fill out the form on this page, sending us a brief covering message outlining your suitability and a copy of your CV in Word or PDF format.

Mecserve is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.


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