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A well-known building services consultancy are actively seeking a Principal/Associate Mechanical Engineer to join their busy design office in the London Borough of Sutton.
This position has arisen due to an increase of projects coming through in the New Year, adding to an already busy order book. They are going through a great period of success, branching into new market areas.
About the Role:
You will be joining an established team and will be required to lead engineers and lead your own projects. You will have responsibility for technical aspects of projects, working on them from conception through to completion; ensuring projects are delivered on time and to budget.
If you are joining at the more Associate level, you will be expected to be involved with business development and work-winning tasks. For the Principal role, you will be given exposure and training to this side of things.
Being able to train junior members of the team is an important part of this role, so it is essential that you are able to draw on your experience to offer guidance and mentoring when required.
With an exciting array of projects with high-profile clients, now is a great time to join this budding consultancy.
To be successful in this role, you will ideally have the following:
This role comes with a highly competitive salary and an increasing package as you progress. Internal progression is a huge part of the company culture, with regular personal and salary reviews being held, as well as opportunities for ongoing personal development.
They are also big on social aspects, with regular team building and annual events held by the company, such as Summer BBQs and a company-wide Christmas party.
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