Intermediate Electrical Engineer - Building Services

Posted 12 January 2024
Salary £33k - 39k per year
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Buildings
Contact NameCharlie Weeks

Job description

Opportunity for an intermediate Electrical Engineer to join a well-established MEP consultancy in the heart of London.
As a consultancy who focus on investing in their people, this role presents a great opportunity to join a well-managed organisation, where you will be afforded ample opportunity to develop your skills and progress your career, supported by highly skilled, experienced Building Services design Engineers.
Working across various sectors including; Education, Residential, Commercial, Healthcare and Public/Government sector, your work will be varied and contribute significantly to Chartership applications should you wish to follow this route.
You will be able to run small projects of your own and work as part of a sizeable team on larger schemes, thus enhancing your overall skill set.
Working alongside your colleagues is important in this role, however the business operate a flexible working arrangement, whereby you can work from home 1-3 days a week - workload permitting.
Core requirements
·Degree qualified in Electrical or Building Services Engineering
·1-2 years experience in electrical design in a building services consultancy setting
·UK based project experience in residential and/or commercial projects
·Experience using design tools such as Dialux, Amtech and AutoCAD - Revit desired but not essential
·Experience in writing reports
·Some experience in design meetings and site operations is desired.

·25 days paid holiday + bank holidays
·Career growth & development - focus on promoting from within
·Paid for social events such as summer parties, Christmas parties, team lunches, and activity days
·Private healthcare
·Annual bonus reward scheme,
·Additional holiday purchase
·Cycle to work scheme

If you are interested in this role or to apply, please send your CV to Charlie Weeks at
Please note, we are currently unable to provide visa sponsorship for this role. You must have full right to work in the UK to be considered.