TÜV SÜD Real Estate provide innovative design and consultancy services across a wide variety of sectors, including Retail, Commercial, Leisure, Healthcare, Education, Industrial and Residential. We have a wealth of experience working on an enviable portfolio of projects from small scale to major iconic developments.
We fully appreciate that our services engineering designs are what makes a building work and turns the ordinary into extraordinary. We utilise the latest technologies and make significant investments in training and development to ensure all our staff have the competencies to deliver a quality product and service, which customers value and trust.
We are currently seeking a Mechanical Engineer for our office in Glasgow, who is looking to excel and aspire. The role of a Mechanical Engineer is to support the Senior/Associate Engineer(s) in producing robust design solutions including drawing and written deliverables with moderate supervision. This includes the following key responsibilities:
- Produce Mechanical Design drawings, calculations (Hevacomp, IES), reports, specifications and schedules
- To contribute to BREEAM or equivalent legislation
- To contribute to Building Regulations Section 6 Part L compliance modelling
- To witness test the proving and commissioning procedures of final installations
- To assist the development of trainee engineers
- To work to internal and external project programs effectively
- To work to Company Quality Assurance management systems
Engineering degree preferred but a minimum Engineering HNC/D or equivalent is required, with previous experience within the Building Services industry.
We are looking for someone who can communicate effectively with internal and external design team members and can liaise with lead and/or support engineers to ensure that discipline designs are completed to expected quality and programme.
Other requirements of the role include being able to undertake non-intrusive surveys of existing installations and main plant spatial allowance exercises.
Industry knowledge must be kept up-to-date with new legislation, standards and regulations, product development and new technology.