- London, UK office
- Get exposure to varied project deliverables
- Key role delivering high profile projects
Norman Disney & Young (NDY) are a leading firm of consulting engineers with a global presence. We set ourselves apart by our ability to deliver highly innovative and tailored solutions for clients in a wide range of markets including buildings, sustainability, health, transport, mission critical, defence, industrial and utilities. Established in 1959, we have a long history of engineering excellence and our expertise extends to a range of unique specialities.
Our long history demonstrates our resilience as a business. We are strong yet flexible, stable yet dynamic, united yet diverse. We have grown as our clients and the markets in which we operate have grown. We have stable ownership and a unified mission: to deliver excellent solutions through a clear understanding of our clients’ business and community expectations.
We have a strong focus on technical proficiency and accurate documentation. The successful candidate will be a key part of the team to help deliver projects with this focus.
About the Position
In this position, you will be part of the Interiors team acting as a Project Engineer (Mechanical) in the London office. This role is not strictly a full-time position, we are open to discussions about part time/flexible arrangements also. The role will predominantly focus on delivering Commercial Office fit-out projects within London, however from time to time may also cover other sectors including office refurbishment, new-build office and retail and hospitality.
The role of Project Engineer (Mechanical) is responsible for the delivery of building services from design through to construction. This role works with moderate autonomy, applying technical knowledge and skills as an individual contributor to teams and projects.
An interest in working towards the role of Project Leader is desirable. With a view to being responsible for the delivery of small and medium sized multi-disciplinary projects.
Typically working towards chartered status (i.e. CPEng, RBP, CEng, IEng).
To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and experience:
- Minimum 3 years engineering experience across the full project lifecycle and responsibility for delivering projects
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate information of a complex nature both verbally and in writing with all stakeholders across multiple disciplines including colleagues and clients
- Ability to accept change and ambiguity
- Ability to exercise well developed problem solving skills and use substantial initiative and judgement to work independently to meet objectives
- Politically astute with team members and clients
- Consistently produce accurate work without errors
- Willingness to accept and implement constructive feedback.
You will have:
- A relevant tertiary qualification combined with equivalent training, accreditation and experience
- Well-developed understanding of relevant British Standards
- Well-developed understanding of Project Stages and Delivery methods (e.g. full design, design and construct).
For a confidential discussion about this position call Eve Hewitt on 020 7553 9494 or alternatively, apply by submitting your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please put “Project Engineer (Mechanical) Interiors Team – London, UK” as the email subject title.