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M&E Engineer - Renewable and Low-Carbon District Heating Technology

Job title: M&E Engineer - Renewable and Low-Carbon District Heating Technology
Contract type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry: Facilities Management Mechanical Engineering Property Management Electrical Engineering Management & Executive Technical Engineering
Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum
Reference: JO-2207-251264
Contact name: Chris Chitty
Contact email: chris.chitty@prsjobs.com

Job description

M&E Engineer
Renewable and Low-Carbon District Heating Technology
London
£50,000 to £60,000
 
PRS are working with one of the leading companies in the Renewable and Low-Carbon District and Communal Heating sector in their recruitment for an M&E Engineer.  in the role of M&E Engineer  you will be working for a company  that specialises in energy efficiency investment projects and the decarbonisation of heat, adding value to its clients in a number of ways from high quality project delivery, provision of funding solutions and technical consultancy services.
 
The client are a market leader in the UK housing market for Communal and District Heating across a range of technologies including air and ground source heat pumps, and have an extensive portfolio of clients, with a strong can-do ethos with a passion for making things happen.
 
They are growing rapidly and constantly developing new engineering solutions to suit the fast-paced nature of the industry and as such, is seeking a Lead M&E Engineer who is committed to leading large scale engineering projects and developing engineering solutions with a range of different technologies.
 
Purpose of the Job
The Engineer will assist in supporting the Energy team and the Operations Team with technical and commercial input to project implementation, bid generation and opportunity scoping. The Engineer will carry out technical surveys in domestic and/or commercial properties for energy or water efficiency related upgrades.
 
The Engineer will work on projects from conception through to completion, conducting design calculations, writing design reports, creating schematics and liaising with customers throughout. The Engineer will lead on the design and implementation of large scale engineering projects across a range of different technologies such as ground and air source heat pumps, solar PV, district and communal heat networks and other low carbon technologies.
 
Main Duties & Responsibilities
  • Support energy and water efficiency upgrades with engineering input
  • Collate technical and commercial information from manufacturers/suppliers
  • Develop solutions to energy and water efficiency upgrade challenges
  • To ensure understanding of the quality and environmental management systems and to work according to their requirements
  • To be aware of the environmental aspects and impacts relevant to the work of the job holder as well as ensuring compliance with any environmental legislation that is applicable to the job.
  • Produce design data and sizing calculations for projects, including:
  • GSHP and ASHP systems
  • District and Communal Heating Systems
  • Lead and manage large scale engineering projects from bid conception through to project completion and handover
  • Conduct site surveys and report on findings to clients
  • Undertake site and technology assessments to assist in funding applications for clients
  • Drive continued high quality design and technical approach in line with up to date best practice industry standards across engineering team
  • Provide peer review support to engineering team, alongside Head of Engineering
  • Full technical design and report writing as part of tender responses, project work, and construction as-built documentation
 
 
Essential
  • Engineering degree (BEng/MEng) in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Building Services
  • Experience of engineering/energy analysis, design of hydraulic and/or renewable heating systems
  • Experience modelling energy consumption and carbon emissions
  • Ability to interpret design information, such as PIDs/schematics and knowledge of system design
  • Experience working in the Energy industry
  • Bid and project management experience, working to tight deadlines
  • Good communicator, quick to build rapport with colleagues, suppliers and clients
 
Desirable
  • Moving towards becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with CIBSE (Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers), IMechE (Institute of Mechanical Engineers) or IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology) or already chartered
  • Experience of renewable and low carbon technology, such as GSHP, ASHP, along with Solar PV/Battery storage and CHP/grid parallel connections
  • Building and plantroom surveying experience
  • Experience working on commercial and domestic building system design
  • Experience with AutoCAD software
  • Knowledge of Revit software
 
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