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Are you an experienced Structural Engineer? Would you like to work for an award winning consultancy?
This multi-disciplinary company specialise in a range of Structural, Civil and Marine design services for a range of clients throughout the UK. They have recently worked on some of the most recognisable buildings in the UK and have plans to continue these exciting projects. Due to ongoing expansion they are looking to recruit an experienced Structural Engineer to work in their close knit, dynamic, social and fun team.
In this role you will use Masterseries and Tekla in order to prepare detailed drawings for a range of exciting projects, whilst also performing calculations and conducting FEM Analysis. You may also be occasionally required to travel to client sites for meetings and to conduct surveys. Along-side this you will be helping to mentor the more junior members of the team, assisting with the strong training and development culture that runs throughout the business.
This role would therefore ideally suit an experienced Structural Engineer, who wants to work for a company where you will be well looked after, whilst working on a range of technically challenging projects.
* Design based Structural Engineer
* Working on a range of projects
* Using Masterseries and Tekla
* Conducting FEM Analysis
* £40,000 - £50,000 + Benefits + Training + Healthcare + 32.5 days holiday
* Experienced Structural Engineer Engineer
* Proficient with Masterseries, Tekla or something similar
* Experience working with a variety of materials
* Happy to help train junior members of team
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