Structural Design Engineer

£35000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits tailored to your lifestyle
15 Jun 2017
13 Jul 2017
Rail Team
Contract Type
Full Time
Role: Structural Engineer
Location: London
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000

I am looking to place a Structural Design Engineer in a large, multidisciplinary consultancy for their London HQ office. The firm has a global presence and operates in numerous sectors, including structural design, energy, infrastructure, and more.

The firm is looking for a Structural Design Engineer with London-based (or other major city) project experience who has previously handled schemes valuing £20 million to £50 million. Within their structural design arm, the firm handles mixed-use high-rise structures, large-scale residential developments, stadia, shopping centres, and other complex projects.

The consultancy is seeking a candidate who is a competent designer capable of using a range of software, who also has previous experience attending client meetings and can support senior staff in design/client meetings.

Candidates should be working towards Chartership with either the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) or Institute of Structural Engineers (IStructE), or may already be recently Chartered. This opportunity is suited for someone who has been operating in a client-facing design role in a major city and is looking to take a step up into a large-consultancy environment. You may already be operating in this sort of environment and looking for your next opportunity.

In return, the firm a competitive salary and a range of benefits tailored to suit your individual lifestyle.

Job Requirements:
  • Degree in Civil/Structural Design
  • London/major city structural design experience
  • Client-facing project management experience
  • (Working towards) Chartership with ICE/IStructE
  • Experience of retail, residential, commercial, education projects
  • Ability to design using steel, RC, masonry, timber
For more information, please apply or contact (tel: 01732 455 300)

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