Senior Bridge Engineer

Location
London
Salary
Not specified
Posted
26 May 2017
Closes
23 Jun 2017
Ref
VR/29159/SR
Contact
Rail Team
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We are currently looking for a Senior Bridge Engineer to be based within the Croydon area working on Highways related structures, working for a leading consultancy that can boast a growing workforce. You would be working on some of the leading Highway Structures/Bridges projects in the UK under the major projects team currently undertaking all elements of designs.

Within the role you will undertake the preparation of bridge-related structural scheme designs at feasibility, optioneering and detailed design stages, both for new build and modification to existing structures. You will undertake the Lead Engineer duties and provided technical direction mentoring to graduate engineers and/or technicians.

Within the role you will be expected to undertake new build design, maintenance, feasibility studies, inspection, assessment of structures and various other duties. This therefore means we require a candidate whom has experience of substantial bridge related schemes.  You will utilize structural analysis packages to support the bridge design, and will be required to respond to contractors queries in regards to design. 

This could be the ideal position for a Highway Bridge Design Engineer looking to take the next step up into a Senior Bridge Engineering position. 

Chartership isn’t a must and the relevant candidate would be supported in gaining CEng status, however we do require a candidate whom can boast a vast amount of experience on Bridge Design schemes. 
  

Job Requirements
  • Experience of Highway or Rail bridge/structure design projects
  • Proficiency in software such as Sam Leap, Staad, LUSAS, Superstress, Midas or Supersuite or similar
  • Experience in using the Eurocodes
  • Ideally familiar with the DMRB standards
 

If this role is of interest then please contact Sebastian on 01732 455300 or Seb@cpresourcing.co.uk

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