The post holder is responsible for the safe, timely and efficient design, installation and commissioning of mechanical systems and IT infrastructure within the built environment
The post holder will be required to provide services both on and off-site, providing line management to MEP Project Managers, MEP Supervisors and various sub-contractors as required.
Salary: £50,000- £60,000 (dependant on experience)
Projects based in Slough.
Candidates must live within a commutable distance of Slough.
The primary responsibility of the Mechanical Commissioning Engineer is to provide leadership and oversight that all MEP works are designed, procured, delivered and commissioned on time in full, within budget, to the correct quality standard.
Lead a small team comprising of an MEP Project Manager, MEP Supervisor and various sub-contractors as required ensuring they are trained, competent and motivated to conduct their duties.
Conduct site surveys as required and feed output in to the pre-construction team.
Attend project meetings and produce reports as required.
Budget responsibility for delivery of MEP commissioning against plan
Build relationships with clients/contractors as part of the team.
Attend meetings with designers, specialist contractors and internal teams to review final stage design details ensuring opportunities for value engineering are maximised.
Review of final designs to ensure compliance to specification and value engineering opportunities are grasped.
Provide advice to the QS/Procurement teams where required to aid with procurement of material and labour.
On site review and management of building services installation to ensure contract compliance.
Ensure correct installation and commissioning of mechanical elements ensuring that all work is completed to the relevant professional and statutory standards.
Attend site where required in order to support the design, procurement, installation and commissioning process.
Have input into post-installation lessons learned processes focussed on continual improvement of the MEP system deployed.
Learn, un-learn and re-learn industry best practice deploying this within the specialist field to ensure we maintain the leading edge in our field.
Be involved in R&D activities as required developing new ways to improve the off-site manufacturing and sustainability credentials of the business.
Ensure health and safety policy is adhered to at all times.
This is an outline description of the key responsibilities and accountabilities involved in the job. This is not an exhaustive list and the post-holder might be expected to undertake any other duties across the wider organisation, commensurate with level of responsibility of this post, for which the post holder has the necessary experience and/or training.
BEng (Hons) in an engineering discipline or equivalent - Essential
Incorporated or Chartered Engineer with a relevant institute (or working towards) - Desirable
Prince 2 or equivalent - Desirable
Team management qualification e.g. ILM or CMI – Desirable
We will fully support those candidates who have the potential to achieve the above through further education, CPD and mentoring
Specialist Skills & Knowledge:
A minimum of two years technical post-graduate experience across the design, build and commissioning of MEP services and relevant professional standards and legislation - Essential
Knowledge of the project management process - Essential
Experience of the off-site modular build sector with experience of MEP project management from design to handover - Desirable
Able to write detailed, comprehensive commissioning method statements / test scripts, commissioning plans, and commissioning reports - Essential
Fully comprehensive across all Microsoft Office programmes - Essential
Able to write commissioning programmes within Microsoft Projects - Essential
Previous experience of M&E - Essential
BMS control - Desirable