Associate Mechanical Engineer – London

JOB HOLDER’S PRIMARY OBJECTIVES

 As Project Leader, assist the Group Leader with delivery of projects, with effective use of assisting engineers, maintaining technical quality, professionalism, completing all design activities to programme. Assist the Group Leader with coaching and staff training of engineers in the group.

RESPONSIBILITIES

 Immediate Engineering Subordinates

  •  To manage project delivery, establish client brief, technical requirements, scope of works, cost plan and agree deliverables, i.e. report, specifications and drawings scope for all projects within the
  • Agree level of service, commensurate of fee with the Director, for each project. Manage fee draw down and assist Regional Director with
  • Monitor resource relative to each project monthly allowable fee expenditure, defining monthly CAD requirements and two-weekly engineering workload
  • Carry out engineering concept design to detailed design, tender and contract on site supervision, to completion, ensuring projects are undertaken in accordance with design briefs and that completion deadlines are achieved, via frequent design reviews with engineers.
  • Ensure all design projects and reports within the group are technically compliant, to a consistent quality and standard. Maintain regular ‘in house’ design reviews and checks.
  • Monitor contract staff or third-party
  • Maintain excellent client relationships and contacts to achieve high levels of satisfaction and repeat business. Manage client’s expectations and promote a team approach.
  • Develop new business opportunities where appropriate and participate with company presentations.
  • Motivate yourself and manage staff within group to build coherent high performing teams. Set objectives, monitor performance, coach and develop staff to optimise their potential.
  • Monitor and control project progress, design variations and project financial
  • Implement management and administration systems (timesheets/expenses etc), co- ordinate holiday leave within
  • Carry out staff Personal Development Plans in accordance with HPF policy. Report any staff performance problems to Divisional Director and agree corrective action. Identify and implement all training/CPD requirements of staff within their
  • Implement and manage QA systems and procedures on all
  • Implement Company Health and Safety. Ensure all designs respond to the CDM regulations.
  • Ensure Quality Management System ISO 9001 and 14001 are adhered

Preferred Skills & Requirements

  • Excellent presentation and communication
  • Experience, especially in designing and managing projects, ideally 5 years’ industry experience.
  • Experience of monitoring contract staff or third-party appointments would be desirable.
  • Able to undertake computer modelling organise and direct the production of CAD drawings and correspond effectively with opposite numbers with other consultants.
  • Skills in project managing on-going jobs with limited supervision are desired.
  • Experience in the same or similar position is desired.
  • Competency in MS Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint.
  • The ability to project a positive and professional attitude at all times.
  • Educational qualifications to a degree level or equivalent are desired.
  • Chartered Status in chosen discipline preferred, or ongoing pursuit of Chartered status and business qualifications.
  • Educational qualifications to a degree level or equivalent are desired.
  • Good knowledge and use of appropriate project and design analysissoftware.
  • Personable and a ‘can do’ attitude with resource management experience.
  • Able to establish rapport and good working relationships within the project team and Clients.
  • To be able to work as part as a team and collaboratively and co-operatively.

If you have what it takes to bring buildings to life, please contact Human Resources via email recruitment@hurleypalmerflatt.com on +44 (0)20 8763 5900