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Associate Director Mechanical Engineer

Associate Director Mechanical Design Engineer job, London, £70-80k, design focused MEP consultancy

Your new company
Respected for both their extraordinary creativity and their technical engineering standards, this group of MEP designers work on some of the most unusual, challenging, and architecturally impressive buildings around the globe. This specialist MEP consultancy, with a network of international offices and an established London office, has recently continued a run of success and brought in several impressive new projects. Now seeking to expand their team with a capable and impressive Mechanical Associate Director, who will take a crucial role in leading part of the business. On top of their impressive and diverse projects, they prides themselves on a supportive environment where they help their people develop into the best they can be.

Your new role
You will join a notable name in the industry with an impressive track record of creative and unusual project work. Joining a London team of 70 you will take a lead in managing new and on-going projects. You will work across sectors and building types, with recent projects including high value commercial, education, cultural venues, aviation, and residential. You will manage project resourcing, finances, full design, and supervise a team of Engineers. As a member of senior leadership you will also be involved in developing new business.

What you'll need to succeed
You will have worked as either as a Design Engineer at an Associate or Associate Director level, and have strong experience of large scale projects within the residential, commercial, and other sectors. You will be technically strong in your understanding of mechanical engineering design and specification, able to solve complex engineering challenges whilst ensure buildings perform to strict environmental standards. You will also have a strong sense of creativity and enjoy working closely with creative people. You will have experience monitoring project deliverables, ensuring financial performance, supervising and developing a team, and be confident in front of clients.

What you'll get in return
You will join a respected name within the industry and have the chance to work with leading architects on large scale and exciting projects. You will become a key member of the leadership team, and able to influence your part of the business. You will receive a competitive salary designed to attract top talent, and a package of benefits. Your new employer also values a supportive working environment and has numerous policies to assist with your personal and professional growth.

What you need to do now
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Associate Director Mechanical Engineer

London, UK

Published on 24 Jun 2019