CITY SURVEYOR’S DEPARTMENT
Mechanical Engineer (Building Services)
£32,510 - £38,880 pa inc. plus £3,000 Market Forces Supplement depending on experience
The City Surveyor’s Property Services An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Mechanical Building Services Engineer
Division is responsible for the to join the team in a wide and varied role. In addition to managing repairs,
delivery of a range of construction, maintenance and minor projects you will assist and advise on building mechanical
improvement and refurbishment services maintenance and appropriate contractual arrangements. You will be suitably
projects of varying complexity, qualified with experience of managing contractors and with the ability to provide
as well as providing a maintenance cost-effective and innovative solutions to a wide range of challenges. Experience in working
and repair service to the operational with commercial properties in particular will be welcomed.
property assets (including the
Benefits include a contributory final salary pension scheme, interest free season ticket
Guildhall, Mansion House, schools,
loan, flexible working hours and generous leave entitlement.
markets and Court buildings), and to
an extensive portfolio of commercial
To apply online, please visit www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/jobs
investment properties in the
City and West End.
Alternatively, please contact the Corporate Recruitment Unit on 020 7332 3978
(24hr answerphone) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
quoting reference SUR080.
A Minicom service is available on 020 7332 3179.
Closing date: Tuesday, 28 April 2009.
The City of London Corporation is committed to Equal
Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections
of the community.
CHARTERED ELECTRICAL ENGINEER - BUILDINGS
Permanent – Hampshire - Up to 55K plus package on top
This vacancy is to work within a multi-disciplinary engineering team within
a large project supporting ongoing MOD contracts.
You will be responsible for the production of electrical services designs
for stand alone accommodation facilities and installations for use by
the armed forces on deployed operations, and this will include the
production of conceptual electrical installation designs through to detailed
construction designs, specifications and equipment selection, bills of
materials and requisitioning.
You will also be interpreting the clients brief to produce electrical services
designs to support proposals and construction/installation programmes.
Such electrical services include low voltage power systems, duty and
standby power generation, lightening protection, lighting and control
systems, fire detection systems and integration of all packages such as
security systems and IT infrastructure.
** Certification as a Chartered Professional Engineer is required **
Requires sufficient professional experience to assure competence as a
For more information contact Mike McNally,
fully trained professional. Responsible for leadership of a functional area
Hays CIBSE Appointments Director.
on a small project or a segment of a larger project.
T 07958 033 203
Involves a great deal of organising, work prioritisation and related skills,
and includes a great deal of peer interface to properly complete tasks
via teamwork. Competency with Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Project &
For an extensive choice of building services
Outlook AutoCAD, Hevacomp would be advantageous.
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