Rail Civil Engineer

Location
Manchester
Salary
£28000 - £36000 per annum
Posted
11 Oct 2018
Closes
08 Nov 2018
Ref
VR/31257/SR
Contact
Rail Team
Discipline
Civil
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We are looking for Rail Civil Design Engineer to join a major Engineering consultancy being either based within their Manchester or York working on leading Network Rail Projects. 

Within the position role you will report to the Senior Engineer being involved in producing civil structural engineering designs and studies for a range of railway infrastructure projects which can includes variety of projects including stations, platform extensions, depots & electrification related rail projects.

Your task is to lead and participate in a variety of design teams organised around the delivery of design for Rail Civil Structural projects, ensuring that the commitments are met to the client and other members of the design team. 

This is a great opportunity for an Assistant Rail Structures or Assistant Rail Civil Engineer looking to make that next step up. 

Job Requirements
  • Experience working on Network Rail project within a consultancy environment
  • Familiar with such software such as Superstress, Staad Pro, Midas, Tedds or similar
  • Knowledge of the Eurocodes
 
If this position is of interest, then don’t hesitate to contact Sebastian at Critical Project Resourcing

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