Cundall’s Critical Systems team works with some of the largest and most innovative colocation providers and datacentre operators, in the world. We pride ourselves on our technical excellence – providing robust and resilient, but also highly efficient facilities to support our client’s critical infrastructure. We offer a pro-active and collaborative approach to skill development, and professional excellence.
If you are interested in playing a vital role with one of the foremost consultancies operating in this specialist sector, Cundall may be for you.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Mechanical Engineer to join our London office, to work on the design of some of the most exciting critical system design projects in the UK and internationally. As part of our established team of expert engineers, and working closely with colleagues of various disciplines, you will prepare a range of documentation and designs from feasibility and concept through to detailed engineering design, and site support.
You will also have the opportunity over time to assume greater levels of responsibility and autonomy as your professional skills develop, and will be supported towards chartership.
Educated to degree level in Mechanical Engineering or Building Services Engineering (MEng or BEng), and having gained relevant experience in a building services role within a critical systems context, you are already well versed in data centre design and the use of relevant design and analysis software.
You have proven ability in producing low energy, creative design solutions, preparing specifications and project reports, carrying out site inspections and surveys, and detail design development, and crucially – you have a passion for creative and intuitive design.
Given the collaborative and client focussed nature of this role, excellent communication skills and experience of using your initiative to overcome challenges are essential.
Cundall values equality and diversity, and welcomes applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.