The Mechanical Project Engineer will identify, scope and deliver mechanical building services asset replacement, repair and upgrade projects on behalf of the Parliamentary Maintenance Services Team. Represent PMST as stakeholder for large capital works projects.
You will be responsible for scoping and undertaking condition surveys, undertake project identification, condition assessment, analysis and recommendations. Develop business cases to obtain project works authorisation, including costed options appraisal and scopes of work in compliance with parliamentary standards
To be successful in this role you will have the following skills/experience:
Hold or working towards a Degree educated (or minimum equivalent NVQ L5) in Building Services, or Mechanical Engineering and Chartered Engineer via an appropriate professional body e.g. CIBSE, IMechE, IET or APM
Has successfully managed from design to completion multiple programmes of M&E projects or a major project split into multiple packages, ideally in a live operating environment and in historic buildings.
Experience of the design, construction and operation of the following systems: Heating (steam and LTHW), cooling, ventilation, refrigeration, gas, water, drainage, BMS. Reducing energy consumption in buildings.
So what's next?
To apply for the role, please submit your CV and covering letter of no more than 1500 words setting out why you are suitable for the post (e.g. relevant knowledge, skills and experience).
All applications will be assessed against the criteria specified for the post, as seen in the Skills and Experience section in the job description.
More information and the full criteria can be found on the job description.