Stantec Senior / Principal Mechanical Engineer in Newcastle, United Kingdom
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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 relationships we continue to enjoy with Northumbrian Water and a variety of clients across the UK and Ireland water industry.
As a result of this growing workflow, Stantec are actively seeking a Senior Mechanical Engineer to join our Water Business in the North Region in Newcastle. You will grow our reputation within the local community and Water Business, by providing mechanical design services for a range of projects.
We are excited by our growth prospects, and this is a good opportunity to join an experienced and ambitious team who will provide you with plenty of support and opportunities for career progression. The team currently provide technical design services and expertise as part of integrated project teams for Northumbrian Water, Scottish Water, United UtilitiesandYorkshire Water.
The successful candidate will be involved in the whole project life cycle from feasibility and optioneering through to detailed design and construction support including site surveys and investigations. In line with our Communities of Practice approach, 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 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.
Stantec provide a number of opportunities to learn and develop from colleagues across the whole UK and Ireland business. As a Mechanical Engineer you will help develop the team by acting as a mentor or guide to less experienced members within the team.
We can offer you many benefits including a competitive benefits package, a strong culture of learning and development, and a great environment to work in. As we look to further diversify and grow our wider Stantec UK and Ireland business you will potentially be presented with future opportunities across our diversified business lines to further your career.
The successful candidate will be a Mechanical Engineer who is Chartered or Incorporated with the IMechE with experience in mechanical design, ideally within the water industry.
You will be experienced in producing technical specifications, pump sizing calculations, schedules, reports and familiar with collaborative reviews and designs of solutions.
You will be able to provide engineering input to collaborative design outputs, such as General Arrangement Drawings, 3D models and Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams.
To be successful in this role, you will have strong communication skills to give technical presentations to clients and other design engineers as well as inputting into collaborative design discussions including technical workshops, HAZOPs and ALMs.
You will understand how water and wastewater treatment processes operate and be experienced in assessing existing site infrastructure to develop and deliver the mechanical design. We would also be interested in speaking with candidates who have experience within the energy, infrastructure & environmental sectors in a mechanical engineering capacity.
Most importantly, you will embody and support our values of client focus, designing with community in mind, collaboration and service excellence.
Stantec is a professional services firm. Our team of 25, 000 global experts provides engineering, architecture, environmental, and project management services across all phases of the project life cycle.
We’re designers, engineers, scientists, and project managers, innovating together at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Balancing these priorities results in projects that advance the quality of life in communities across the globe.
From large-scale developments to challenging neighbourhood projects, we stretch across our global network to learn from others, offer our support, and gain new experiences along the way. So while we work to help the communities around us thrive, our own people thrive too.
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