2023 Graduate - Mechanical Building Services

National

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BakerHicks
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75484
Vacancy title
2023 Graduate - Mechanical Building Services
Function(s)
Graduate
Contract type
Full time permanent
Region
National
Location(s)
Warwick/ Manchester
Description

About BakerHicks

Ireland’s largest hospital. Europe’s most complex station development. World-class biomedical research laboratories. At BakerHicks, we provide an incredible range of design and engineering consultancy services to clients who demand exceptional results.

Specialising in complex infrastructure, process and built environments across the full project life cycle, our disciplines range from initial architecture to civil and structural, building services, specialist high voltage and process engineering services, programme management and CDM consultancy, using the latest innovations in Building Information Modelling (BIM) for the most efficient and cost-effective design.

From fuels to adhesives, enzymes to polymers, our Process teams have worked on some of the most sensitive, novel and challenging process engineering projects across Europe. We typically deliver business case support, concept and detailed designs for new research, discovery, development, pilot plant and full-scale manufacturing facilities.

Our two-year graduate scheme will start your journey to becoming a Chartered Mechanical Engineer, give you the opportunity to work with industry-leading teams and equip you with the skills that you need to begin a successful career in design and engineering. You’ll be part of the team and get involved in a wide variety of projects to develop your experience from the very first day.

Your Key Responsibilities

A Graduate Engineer within our Mechanical team will be responsible for the quality generation and delivery of design documents and drawings to support the Mechanical services team on key projects.

You’ll gain practical experience in producing calculations, specifications, reports and drawings associated with the design and build of complex Building Services engineering environments on some of the largest pharmaceutical, chemical, Life Sciences and defence projects in the UK and abroad.

You will develop your skills in a fast paced highly technical environment and hone your engineering career professionally working towards Chartered Engineer status.

What We’re Looking For

We’re looking for individuals with a passion for Building Services Engineering with a focus on sustainable and complex projects and have a relevant engineering degree, such as Building Services Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. You’ll also need to feel confident to challenge the status quo, strive for perfect delivery and possess a willingness to get involved with every opportunity to develop yourself and put our customers first.

BakerHicks is an inclusive organisation welcoming talent from all backgrounds. Applicants are assessed on the basis of personal merit and qualifications.

BakerHicks will not support any applications for visa sponsorship for graduate roles and all applicants must have an existing right to work in the United Kingdom. Additionally, we may require you to be eligible for further clearances depending on your role and full support will be provided for these where possible.

Benefits

Working at BakerHicks means a chance to make your mark on some of the most exciting design and engineering projects in their sectors. Whatever your discipline, you’ll be alongside some of the most talented people in the industry.

Our network of offices are appealing, friendly and comfortable spaces, easily accessible by car or public transport. And our salary and benefits packages are some of the best in the industry. What you get will depend on what you do, with individual performance-related rewards also on offer in addition to:

  • Structured salary progression whilst on our graduate scheme
  • Company car or cash allowance
  • Up to 6% matched contributory pension plan
  • Life assurance scheme
  • 25 days annual leave plus ability to buy additional leave
  • Discount scheme (including gym membership, mobile phones etc)
  • Family friendly policies
  • Professional development including unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning

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