Lead Mechanical Engineer
Location - Redhill
Salary: £55,000 - £70,000 per annum
Lead Mechanical Engineer will be needed to produce superior quality engineering design services for a leading contractor in the water and wastewater industry. Serving as a technical specialist and supervising complex projects. Previous water experience will be essential for these roles.
Key Duties:Preparing complex engineering deliverables for large scale projectsResearch and develops recommendations for equipment and materialsOversee data for worksPreparing complex engineering calculationsProduce mechanical design layouts which are cost effective, meet the requirements of the specification and can be purchased and installed effectively.Oversee engineersEnsure that standard practices are utilised.Provide technical guidance and specialist knowledgeProduce budgets and schedulesMaintain a safe working environmentManage sub contract packages.Value engineering and scoping work.Maintain relationships between client, subcontractors and partners.
To be considered for this role you should hold a Mechanical Engineering qualification or equivalent and have a proven track of mechanical roles within the water industry. Previous water industry experience is essential to this role.
Tickets and Qualifications needed:Degree in Mechanical EngineeringExperience within water industry roles for both clean and waste waterchartered Mechanical EngineerDesign experienceProject experience
If this role interests yourself please forward your CV to Susannah or call on 01622357230.
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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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