The Engineer proves the ability to operate on multiple projects and organise themselves to meet all assigned deadlines agreed upon with the project lead. The Engineer is responsible for full detailed mechanical design and should expect to complete these exercises on their own with support from the project lead.
The Engineer is responsible for calculation works to prove the design for domestic, ventilation, heating and cooling systems.
The Engineer is to coordinate design with electrical design members.
The Engineer is to feed into design team meetings with some attendance, where required, where applicable alongside the project lead and report back to the wider design team on progress and actions.
The Engineer is to manage personnel design workloads providing completed works to the Project lead for QA in a timely manner. Dates should be agreed with the project lead and aligned with client target dates to ensure timely issue of information.
The Engineer constantly seeks ways of improving the efficiency of their work and of their team.
The Engineer is to continually seek to adopt the most UpToDate practices and to be innovative in their application.
The Engineer is to assist sustainability engineers with modelling input data and criteria, this should also include the review of completed reports issued by the department for correctness.
The Engineer shows great involvement in teamwork and promotes consultation and collaboration with their team fellows.
The Engineer is to contribute to the development of junior team members.
The Engineer shows interest and seeks ways of developing their knowledge in other engineering disciplines.
The Engineer is to ensure all QA procedures and guidelines are followed.
The Engineer is to actively participate to the design verification process within the team, including self-checking their own work prior to issuing for QO to the Senior and QA checking Graduate engineers work.