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Graduate Mechanical/Electrical Engineer - Building Services
Graduate Electrical/Mechanical Engineer - Building Services
Competitive Starting Salary
Penguin Recruitment is delighted to be working with a leading engineering consultancy looking for a Graduate Mechanical/Electrical Engineer to join their team in Swindon.
Your new role will see you take on a number of new duties and responsibilities. You will be required to deal with projects, predominantly in the UK, from concept stage through design and construction, and then to commissioning and handover - all this will be under the guidance of a senior engineer.
Our client believes individual development is paramount, so they'll be looking to train, develop and support you to achieve chartered status.
Some of the technical work associated with this Graduate Mechanical/Electrical Engineer role is:
- Lighting calculations
- Part L Compliance checks
- Liaison with architects, clients, structural engineers and contractors
- Project Management
- Site inspections
To be considered for this Graduate Mechanical/Electrical Engineer role, you will ideally:
- Hold a first-class degree in a relevant field, such as: Electrical or Mechanical Engineering (Building Services)
- Have experience with AutoCAD, Dialux and Relux
- Have experience with Amtech software
To be considered for this role, you must hold a degree relevant to Building Services.
Our client will offer their new Graduate Mechanical/Electrical Engineer a competitive starting salary plus excellent benefits package including pension contribution and private medical aid, along with personal 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 to (url removed) and we will be in touch shortly
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