environmental engineering consultancy

Electrical Engineer, Aberdeen

Job Description

Job Title:  Electrical Engineer
Directly reports to: Senior Engineer / Associate
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: Aberdeen

Position Summary:

To support the Senior/Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Electrical Design drawings, calculations (Amtech, Hevacomp, IES, Relux, Dialux), reports, specifications and schedules
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
  • Contribute to Building Regulations Section 6 compliance modelling
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
  • Assist the development of trainee engineers
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively
  • Work to company Quality Assurance management systems
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management

Education and Experience:

  • Engineering degree preferred. Minimum Engineering HNC/D or equivalent qualification.
  • Previous experience in a Building Services consultancy required

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • Competent in AutoCad and knowledge of Revit
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team members
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly timesheets
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties

Desirable:

  • Study towards Chartership and maintain CPD requirements
  • Quality checking/review of trainee staff work and equivalent grade engineers
  • Liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme

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BIM technician

Intermediate Electrical Engineer, Warrington

Job Description

Job Title: Intermediate Electrical Engineer
Directly reports to: Senior Engineer / Associate
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: Warrington

Position Summary:

To support the Senior / Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Electrical Design drawings, calculations & reports, specifications and schedules.
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively
  • Work to company Quality Assurance management systems
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team member
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings
  • Study towards chartership and maintain CPD requirements
  • Liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly timesheets
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties

Education and Experience:

  • Engineering Degree preferred.
  • Minimum Engineering HNC/D or equivalent qualification
  • Alternatively suitable Construction site based experience with a recognised completed electrical apprenticeship

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • Self-motivated individual with good team ethic, looking to excel and aspire.
  • Computer literate
  • Good inter-personal skills

Desirable:

  • Chartered or working towards Chartership
  • Revit capability
  • CAD skills
  • CIBSE/IET Membership

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mechanical engineer

Senior Electrical Engineer, Edinburgh

Job Description

Job Title: Senior Electrical Engineer
Directly reports to: Associate / Director
No of Direct Reports: 1
Location: Edinburgh

Position Summary:

To support the management team in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with minimal supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Electrical Design drawings, calculations (Amtech, Hevacomp, IES, Relux, Dialux), reports, specifications and schedules
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
  • Contribute to Building Regulations Part F/ Part L / Section 6 compliance modelling
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
  • Assist the development of trainee engineers
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively
  • Work to company Quality Assurance management systems
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management

Education and Experience:

  • Engineering degree preferred. Minimum Engineering HNC/D or equivalent qualification.

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • Competent in AutoCad and knowledge of Revit
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team members
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly timesheets
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties

Desirable:

  • Chartered or studying towards Chartership and maintain CPD requirements
  • Quality checking/review of trainee staff work and equivalent grade engineers
  • Liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme

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environmental engineering consultancy

Electrical Engineer, Edinburgh

Job Description

Job Title:  Electrical Engineer
Directly reports to: Senior Engineer / Associate
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: Edinburgh

Position Summary:

To support the Senior/Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Electrical Design drawings, calculations (Amtech, Hevacomp, IES, Relux, Dialux), reports, specifications and schedules
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
  • Contribute to Building Regulations Section 6 compliance modelling
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
  • Assist the development of trainee engineers
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively
  • Work to company Quality Assurance management systems
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management

Education and Experience:

  • Engineering degree preferred. Minimum Engineering HNC/D or equivalent qualification.
  • Previous experience in a Building Services consultancy required

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • Competent in AutoCad and knowledge of Revit
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team members
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly timesheets
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties

Desirable:

  • Study towards Chartership and maintain CPD requirements
  • Quality checking/review of trainee staff work and equivalent grade engineers
  • Liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme

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BIM technician

Principal Mechanical Engineer, London

Job Description

Job Title: Principal Mechanical Engineer
Directly reports to: Associate/ Associate Director
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: London

Position Summary:

Proficient and self-motivated engineer, with good time management skills and a track record for consistent project delivery – with strong technical knowledge and competence discipline. Works well with minimal supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Undertake mechanical design and consultancy work including systems design, production, specifications and schedules; provide reports and advice to clients.
  • Liaise with other design team members internal and external, represent the business at meetings.
  • Liaise with and provide focal point for clients and lead and/or support consultants to ensure that client interests are more effectively fulfilled.
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work.
  • Adopt a responsible attitude to project management and actively undertake training of subordinate staff.
  • Regularly review personal and subordinates forward programme workload. Develop and frequently review priority lists of programmed tasks.
  • Check adequacy and accuracy of information and documentation produced by others.
  • Ensure application and maintenance of all Quality System procedures.
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly recording of man-hour commitments to individual projects and reporting on a monthly basis particular project fee input information.
  • Manage projects including organisation of trainee staff and project delivery to time and cost requirements.
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties.
  • Undertake all other duties as may be required to assist in the fulfilment of the primary objectives of the Directors.
  • To contribute to ensuring operations are conducted in accordance with the relevant ISO and national legislation.

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Education and Experience:

  • Preferably BEng (Hons) Degree in Building Services Engineering / Mechanical Engineering.
  • Chartered or working towards chartership with IMECHE/CIBSE.
  • Minimum engineering HNC/HND or equivalent qualification.
  • Competent in AutoCad and knowledge of Revit

Desirable:

  • Technically competent engineer with excellent communication and time management skills. Good team ethic approach and the ability to financially control and project manage.

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BIM technician

Junior Mechanical Engineer, London

Job Description

Job Title: Junior Mechanical Engineer
Directly reports to: Senior Engineer / Associate
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: London

Position Summary:

To take guidance from and assist Engineers and Senior Engineers by carrying out design related duties as directed.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Assisting a team of engineers and technicians with the production of engineering drawings
  • Assist in production of 3D or 2D drawings using computer software
  • Assist in preparation of simple engineering calculations
  • Initial checking of own work
  • Contributing to providing solutions to design problems
  • Meeting agreed deadlines
  • Attending meetings and/or site visits/surveys with Senior Engineer/Director
  • Attending and participating in company activities, presentations and workshops
  • Keeping your training log up to date and attending training/Continuous Professional Development where appropriate
  • Supporting the administration of projects
  • Ensuring application and maintenance of all Quality System procedures

Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 passes at National 5/Standard Grade Credit Level/Intermediate 2 (Grade A-C) including English, Maths and a science subject
  • Preferred Minimum of 3 Highers including English, Maths and a science subject (preferably Physics or Technological Studies)
  • Alternatively completed a recognised apprenticeship within the construction industry.

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • All relevant training will be provided
  • The desire to work in an engineering office environment
  • Good numeracy, literacy and computing skills
  • Ability to manage your own time and prioritise at busy times
  • Awareness of the Building Services Engineering environment
  • Ability to think in a methodical way
  • Good communication skills within a team and externally

Desirable:

  • Willingness to achieve professional qualification.
  • An interest in using computers for design work, calculations, and testing designs
  • A temperament that means you work well with other people
  • Previous consulting engineer experience
  • Knowledge and experience of Autocad or Revit software
  • Knowledge of energy and thermal modelling software such as IES

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environmental engineering consultancy

Intermediate Mechanical Engineer, London

Job Description

Job Title: Intermediate Mechanical Engineer
Directly reports to: Director
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: London

Position Summary:

To support the Senior/Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Mechanical Design drawings, calculations (Hevacomp, IES), reports, specifications and schedules.
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation.
  • Contribute to Building Regulations Section 6 Part L compliance modelling.
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations.
  • Assist the development of Trainee Engineers.
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively.
  • Work to Company Quality Assurance management systems.
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management.
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team members.
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations.
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises.
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology.
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings.
  • Study towards chartership and maintain CPD requirements.
  • Quality checking/review of junior staff work and equivalent grade engineers.
  • Liaise with lead and/or support Engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme.
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly Timesheets.
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties.

Education and Experience:

  • Preferably BEng (Hons) Degree in Building Services Engineering / Mechanical Engineering.
  • Minimum engineering HNC/HND or equivalent qualification.

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • Ambitious self-motivated individual with good team ethic, looking to excel and aspire.
  • Computer literate, good inter-personal skills.

Desirable:

  • Chartered or working towards Chartership
  • Revit capability/ CAD skills
  • CIBSE/IET Membership

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mechanical engineer

Mechanical Engineer, Belfast

Job Description

Job Title: Mechanical Engineer
Directly reports to: Senior Engineer/Associate
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: Belfast

Position Summary:

To support the Senior/Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Mechanical Design drawings, calculations (Hevacomp, IES), reports, specifications and schedules
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
  • Contribute to Building Regulations Section 6 Part L compliance modelling
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
  • Assist the development of trainee engineers
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively
  • Work to company Quality Assurance management systems
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team members
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings
  • Study towards chartership and maintain CPD requirements
  • Quality checking/review of trainee staff work and equivalent grade engineers
  • Liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly timesheets
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Education and Experience:

  • Engineering degree preferred. Minimum engineering HNC/D or equivalent qualification.
  • Competent in AutoCad and knowledge of Revit

Desirable:

  • Ambitious, self-motivated individual with good team ethic, looking to excel and aspire. Computer literate, good inter-personal skills.

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environmental engineering consultancy

Electrical Engineer, Belfast

Job Description

Job Title: Electrical Engineer
Directly reports to: Senior Engineer / Associate
No of Direct Reports: 0
Location: Belfast

Position Summary:

To support the Senior/Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision.

Responsibilities and authority:

  • Produce Electrical Design drawings, calculations (Amtech, Hevacomp, IES, Relux, Dialux), reports, specifications and schedules
  • Contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
  • Contribute to Building Regulations Section 6 compliance modelling
  • Witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
  • Assist the development of trainee engineers
  • Work to internal and external project programs effectively
  • Work to company Quality Assurance management systems
  • Support Senior/ Associate Engineers and Management

Education and Experience:

  • Engineering degree preferred. Minimum Engineering HNC/D or equivalent qualification

Specific skills, knowledge, competencies and training

Essential:

  • Competent in AutoCad and knowledge of Revit
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external design team members
  • Undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations
  • Undertake main plant area spatial allowance exercises
  • Ensure industry knowledge is kept up to date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology
  • Attend and contribute to design team and project meetings
  • Collaborate and work effectively with all others affecting or affected by your work
  • Carry out all personal management duties including weekly timesheets
  • Comply with all security procedures and commercial in-confidence restrictions associated with work duties

Desirable:

  • Study towards Chartership and maintain CPD requirements
  • Quality checking/review of trainee staff work and equivalent grade engineers
  • Liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme

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Dagenham Dock

Dagenham Dock

Wallace Whittle are proud to be involved in the Dagenham Green project for Dagenham Dock Limited/Peabody, which has recently received approval for an outline planning permission for a mixed use development of up to 3502 new homes, of which a minimum of 47% will be affordable.

Wallace Whittle have provided Energy, Utilities, MEP and Vertical Transportation services for both the masterplan and the first phase of the development which Dagenham Dock Limited/Peabody are looking to bring forward in the coming months.

We are delighted to be working on this exciting project with a vision to create a new sustainable neighbourhood with placemaking and the local community at the heart of the design development.

The mixed-use development will also provide:

  • Over 10 acres of public realm and landscaping, including a central 5-acre urban park and 15,000 sqm of playspace
  • New local shops and restaurants
  • 5 acres of land for a new Secondary School
  • A Heritage Trail that will signpost visitors to different aspects of the area’s history including the 1968 Sewing Machinists Strike and the biodiverse Thames Marshland.

Paul Dean, Director at Wallace Whittle “We share Peabody’s principles to provide a housing development for a connected community comprising open space with sustainable homes for the future.  It is a great opportunity for Wallace Whittle to help design and be part of creating Peabody’s great estates for the future, delivering the principles of the masterplan for Barking and Dagenham”.

Paul Dean, Warrington