Building Services Engineer

One of Irelands leading mechanical contractors is currently looking for a Building Services Engineer for their office in Dublin on a full-time permanent basis. The successful Building Services Engineer will have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects while having access to CPD and excellent career progression.


  • Hospitals and Healthcare facilities
  • Pharmaceutical Plants
  • Universities and schools



  • Third Level Degree in Building Services or Mechanical Engineering
  • Minimum 2-3 years’ experience in a similar role essential
  • The successful Building Services Engineer must be in Ireland or the UK at present and be eligible to work in Ireland without requiring a work permit
  • Ability to liaise with the suppliers/specialist contractor to ensure equipment is successfully commissioned
  • Ability to develop and review mechanical design with project team
  • Onsite co-ordination between Mechanical and other Disciplines
  • Design reviews, validate equipment and systems
  • Review technical submittals, equipment registers and trackers
  • Review Quality on site walking down systems to ensure compliance with project team
  • The Building Services Engineer must have worked on Mechanical Building Services in Ireland or the UK
  • Excellent organisational and planning skills
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work well in a team
  • Fluent in English essential


Salary & Benefits:

  • Salary circa €45,000 – €55,000 – DOE
  • Group Healthcare
  • Performance bonus
  • Company car- Fuel card – Toll tag
  • CPD – Support for college courses
  • In house training and upskilling
  • 21 days annual leave
  • Outstanding career progression available
  • Company vehicle / travel allowance
  • Bike-to-Work Scheme
  • Free Parking


If you are a Building Services Engineer and are looking for your next career move, please call Gearoid Hughes for a confidential discussion.  We also have many other roles in the M&E sector and across the Construction industry in Ireland.