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Public Health Principal Engineer - (1715)

Posted 3 days 4 hours ago by Hoare Lea

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London, United Kingdom
Job Description
Public Health Principal Engineer - (1715)

As the largest within the firm, our London office has broad and far-reaching experience covering all sectors. It's a real hive of activity, home to both MEP engineers and a variety of other specialist groups.

You will join a talented, dynamic, and diverse team of designers, engineers, and technical specialists with a unique working culture. Our team is large enough to work on large national and international schemes yet agile enough to allow significant talent growth and career progression.

As a Public Health Principal Engineer, you will work alongside experienced engineers to develop and deliver coordinated, collaborative, innovative, and technically excellent design solutions that respond to our client's brief and vision.

By creating and embracing a unique culture we ensure we remain leaders in our field enjoying what we do, having fun, and achieving the best results by delivering a consistent, high-quality service for our clients.

Working for a firm with strong social values you will have the opportunity to use your engineering skills to support the role we have in society in meeting the needs of the industry, the environment, and the communities in which we live and work, and improving the quality of life for generations to come.

Hoare Lea is an award-winning engineering consultancy with a creative team of engineers, designers, and technical specialists. We provide innovative solutions to complex engineering and design challenges for buildings.

Irrespective of the scale or complexity of a project, we provide a full range of MEP, environmental, and sustainability services, bringing buildings to life and ensuring that they perform in operation as well as they look.

You'll collaborate with the industry's best, working with a wide range of built-environment specialists.

You'll be part of progressive and exciting projects, able to experience innovative schemes across all sectors.

You'll advance your career, your way, thanks to our structured Career Paths framework.

The role

As part of one of our specialist areas of expertise, you'll provide detailed, coordinated, and cost-efficient public health design advice to our varied client list. This will mean:

  • Tailoring a comprehensive service of specifications, calculations, and reports.
  • Specifically, you will produce designs for above and below-ground drainage systems, rainwater and roof drainage designs, hot and cold-water services, and fire suppression systems to standards, budget, and deadline.
  • Your duties will see you working across all projects and sectors, including education, healthcare, retail, residential and commercial. However, you will be mainly focusing on Science & Research projects.
  • You will always be challenged and stimulated to make the most of your skills.

The candidate will be required to work with minimal supervision and will be responsible for their own individual projects, including the programming and cost control of their input. In this role, the ability to react efficiently to multiple tasks and tight deadlines is essential.

What we are looking for
  • Experience in the designs of Public Health systems
  • Understanding of all drainage services including rainwater and domestic water services required
  • Able to Produce calculations, reports, and specifications with good written communication skills
  • Attendance at DTMs and client meetings
  • Proficient in CAD and Revit
  • Conversant with relevant British Standards
  • Good communication
  • Experience in Science & Research is preferable

To reward your hard work and commitment we offer both core and flexible benefits, a competitive salary, and industry-leading training and development to support you throughout your career.

  • 25 days annual leave, increasing to 30 with the length of service
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Enhanced Paternity, Maternity & Shared Parental Leave
  • Hybrid Working - activity-based approach
  • Employee stock purchase plan - a voluntary program that allows eligible employees to purchase Tetra Tech common stock at a 15% discount
  • Holiday buy & sell up to 5 days
  • Study Assistance
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Referral Scheme
  • Sabbatical Leave
  • Other flexible benefits include gym and retail discounts, travel & dental insurance, and GAYE (Give as you Earn)
  • Flexible working - We're happy to discuss flexible working. There is no obligation to raise this at the application stage but if you wish to do so, you are welcome to. Flexible working will be part of the discussion at the offer stage

We have updated our terms and conditions for candidates, to find out more please click on the link below:

We know that to be the best at what we do we need a diverse workforce underpinned by an inclusive culture. That's why we particularly welcome applications from women, global ethnic majority, neurodiverse, and disabled candidates, as they are under-represented within leadership roles at Hoare Lea

Reasonable adjustments statement

"We're proud to be an inclusive, equal opportunities employer, and we're committed to ensuring that all candidates are treated fairly throughout the recruitment process. If you have a disability that might affect your performance at any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know about any help or reasonable adjustments as soon as possible before any interview or assessment. We'll work with you to make sure any appropriate support is in place."

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