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Over the years, Stantec has developed a reputation as a progressive and forward-thinking consultancy through the consistent and repeated delivery of high-quality work to our clients, as reflected by the long-standing client relationships we continue to enjoy across the UK with our Water clients.
Stantec is working in partnership with clients such as Thames Water and wider stakeholders to develop innovative, sustainable and efficient solutions to their needs by applying genuinely new ways of working. We are looking for driven individuals who think differently and love to challenge conventional thinking to join us in a growing, collaborative team of likeminded engineers working to meet the unprecedented industry-wide efficiency and environmental challenges.
Stantec are seeking a Mechanical Engineer to join the UK water team in High Wycombe or Reading offices. We are excited by the potential growth prospects and this is a good opportunity to join an ambitious team that will provide you with plenty of scope for career progression in the coming years.
You will work alongside a team tasked with delivering a challenging capital programme for our major clients such as Thames Water. Joining our team of global experts, you will use your knowledge and experience to deliver innovative, sustainable, and efficient engineering solutions for our clients and the communities around us. There are opportunities to work on a wide variety of projects including in water, wastewater, energy, infrastructure and environmental sectors.
As an experienced Mechanical Engineer you’ll be providing technical expertise in all areas of Mechanical Engineering contributing to the whole project life cycle from front-end feasibility and conceptual design through to commissioning and handover. You will hold responsibility for working and liaising with project managers, technical leaders, design engineers, clients, supply chain partners, contractors, planners and other stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes for the projects and community.
You’ll also embrace the opportunity to learn and develop from colleagues across the business, as well as acting as a mentor and guide to less experienced members within the team
You’ll typically be a degree-qualified Mechanical Engineer, or hold an equivalent qualification, with membership of a relevant engineering institution. Ideally you will have experience in the water industry, where you’ll hold demonstrable experience in in the mechanical elements in the design of water / wastewater treatment plants and water / wastewater networks.
You’ll be well versed in writing technical specifications and reports. You will be familiar with providing engineering input to collaborative design outputs, such as General Arrangement Drawings, 3D models, Process and Instrumentation Diagrams and aware of project management tools and methodologies to deliver technical work to time and cost targets.
To be successful in this role, you will have strong communication skills to give technical presentations to clients and other design engineers as well inputting into collaborative design discussions including technical workshops
Most importantly, you will embody and support our values of client focus, designing with community in mind, collaboration and service excellence.
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