Principal Mechanical Engineer

Arup Group Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 3 months ago

At Arup, our creative spirit compels us to express our creativity in unique ways engineering, planning, designing, and consulting on many of the most renowned projects in the built environment. We aim to provide technical excellence, innovation, and value to clients, while maintaining our core mission of shaping a better world. We opened our first office over 70 years ago and now employ 16,000 people globally. Since its founding in 1946, members of Arup have developed transformative ways of working. Adapting to the ever-changing environment, our work is focused on ambitiously reimagining a sustainable and resilient future. Arup is rising to these new challenges by bringing together broad-minded individuals from multiple disciplines, investing in research, creating and crafting better solutions for clients and the wider world.

Our Seattle Office is looking for a Principal Mechanical Engineer to join our multi-disciplinary Buildings Engineering team. Significant experience in the design of Healthcare facilities is highly preferred. Your projects could be local in Seattle, the Pacific Northwest or national/global locations, and require that you collaborate with our colleagues in other Arup offices in the US and around the world. Our clients include both public and private client organizations. Market sectors served include healthcare, aviation, commercial, arts & culture, higher education, rail and science & technology.

In this role, you will be responsible for:

  • Project leadership to achieve successful outcomes for our Clients and our firm

  • Manage the development of our staff

  • Targeted outreach to potential new clients to broaden our sector coverage and deepen our engagement in sectors where we're already active.

  • Support our leadership team in the development of annual and long-term business plans, including client development, important project positioning, skills development, marketing plan, industry outreach activities, services offering development and essential staff development.

The Qualified Professional will have:

  • Bachelor's or higher degree in Mechanical/Architectural Engineering with a PE License

  • Minimum of 15 years of relevant experience in Mechanical Engineering in the AEC industry and a strong technical base

  • Previous experience in business development and project delivery in one or more of the market sectors described above

  • Strong experience in design of sustainable facilities Significant experience in the Puget Sound and wider Pacific Northwest region

  • Industry influence through participation in local and national Professional Associations

  • Foresight and management skills required for leadership in a rapidly changing business environment

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills essential for team-based working and client interaction

  • Ability to succeed in an international, multi-cultural business environment

Share your passion and experience in a global culture that believes your potential to achieve is endless.

Arup offers an excellent benefits package including healthcare, 401k match of 10%, Paid Time Off (PTO) and bonus compensation in the form of Profit Share.

Arup is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment where our people are encouraged to grow.

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