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Graduate Mechanical Design Engineer - Building Services
Competitive Salary + Benefits
We at Penguin are delighted to be working with a specialised Building Services firm, located in the nations' Capital to bring in a graduate mechanical design engineer to join the team.
In your new role as a graduate mechanical design engineer, you will be responsible for managing your own workload and help with the duties of the M&E team.
You will be required to deal with national projects from the concept/feasibility stage, through to the design and construction to commissioning and ultimately handover stage, under the guidance of the associate director.
If you're still with me, then you'll know what the general main duties of a typical junior mechanical design engineering role will be, but let me just highlight some specifics:
* Design reviews
* Complete technical aspects of district heating design
* Heat pump involvement
* On-site commissioning
To be considered for this graduate mechanical design engineer position, you will ideally have:
* A degree in a relevant subject, such as; mechanical/electrical (building services) engineering;
* Knowledge of district heating strategies;
* Experience with/knowledge of D&B contractors/district heating plant manufacturers/ESCOs
* Heat pump experience/knowledge;
* Experience with HVAC
In your new role as a graduate mechanical design engineer, our client is happy to offer you a competitive starting salary, along with a benefits package most people would be interested in. They also provide comprehensive and inclusive career development opportunities.
Interested? To discuss this position or other roles in the Sustainability Sector, please contact Sam Harris on (phone number removed), or email a copy of your CV over and we will be in touch shortly
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