Mechanical Project Engineer - Cork - Ireland

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Mechanical Project Engineer - Cork - Ireland

Location: Cork Salary: €60.000 - €70.000 + package

Mechanical Project Engineer - Cork - Ireland

As a Mechanical HVAC Engineer, you will hold a pivotal position in our project development and implementation endeavors. Your role will involve conducting technical assessments, preparing reports, coordinating with stakeholders, and ensuring the achievement of project milestones. Collaborating closely with a multidisciplinary team of engineers and industry experts, you will contribute to the successful delivery of cutting-edge projects. This is a full-time position based in Cork.


  • Report project progress, risks, and issues to the Project Manager.
  • Collaborate with suppliers/specialist contractors to ensure successful equipment commissioning.
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop and review mechanical designs with the project team.
  • Conduct design reviews and validate equipment and systems.
  • Prepare technical submittals, equipment registers, and trackers.
  • Conduct quality reviews on-site by inspecting systems to ensure compliance with project requirements.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Essential Mechanical Engineering or Building Services Degree.
  • Experience in HVAC is advantageous.
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in building services is preferred.
  • Proficiency in IT skills is required.
  • Experience with Revit would be advantageous.
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills.
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively in a team.
  • Capability to work as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.
To consistently deliver a recruitment service that's of an exceptional standard and guided by values of performance, trust, transparency and respect.
To work in partnership and thoroughly understand the needs and preferences of both our clients and candidates.
Collaborative, passionate, reliable and adaptable - we do not promise what we cannot deliver.