Our client is a successful and well-established HVAC services company that provides commissioning, air & water treatment and fire systems engineering to a range of clients across the UK.
Duties and Responsibilities
* Negotiate and develop new project contracts and agree these with clients
* Produce detailed diagrams, plans and drawings
* Use specialist computer- aided design (CAD) software and other resources to design systems required for the project
* Use and develop Building Information modelling (BIM) to ensure systems are coordinated in a complex construction or refurbishment project
* Manage and forecast spend, using whole life cycle costing techniques, ensuring that work is kept to budget and energy efficient systems are implemented
* Design site specific equipment as required
* Oversee and supervise the installation of building systems and specify maintenance and operating procedures
* Make decisions about expired systems equipment and the appropriate location of new equipment
* Liaise closely with other professionals , including structural engineers , builders, architects and surveyors and in house project teams
* Attend a range of project group and technical meetings
* Ensure that the design and maintenance of building systems meets legislative and health and safety standards
* Advise clients and architects on energy use and conversation in a range of buildings and sites, with the aim of minimising the sites environmental impact and reducing its carbon footprint
* Electrical Engineering design: 10 years (required)
* Diploma of Higher Education (preferred)
* HV/LV building application design experience (required)
The company are willing to pay a competitive salary of £40,000 – £50,000 (depending on experience) a comprehensive benefits package including bonus, pension, holidays and other flexible benefits. There will also be good scope and progression to develop and further your career.
Salary: £40000 – £50000/annum + Bonus + Benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Chorley, Lancashire
To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.