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Drainage And Infrastructure Design Engineer
DRAINAGE AND INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN ENGINEER
Location: West Yorkshire
Excellent salary package
This is a unique opportunity, working with an ambitious Highways, Traffic & Transportation Engineering consultancy.
The strategic objectives of this business are to deliver bespoke engineering and design services to a broad range of domestic and large commercial clients providing some of the following services:
- Highway planning application advice
- Transport Assessments
- Sustainable transport schemes
- Road & Sewer design
- Flood Risk Assessments
As a Drainage and Infrastructure Design Engineer you will be joining an existing team, whose efforts involve the design and detailing of drainage systems, public sewers adoptable under section 104 and the implementation of sustainable urban drainage techniques along with the assessment of flood risk.
Working alongside Local Drainage and Planning Authorities, Public and Private Developers, the position offers an exciting opportunity to take up an important role.
To succeed as a Drainage and Infrastructure Design Engineer you will have some experience in a similar role, and will ideally hold, or will be working towards, Incorporated or Chartered Engineer status. You will be working in a positive team environment, therefore, you should be confident and personable with the ability to integrate.
- Detailed knowledge of AutoCAD and WinDES software packages are required together with the experience of Section 104 and Section 106 applications and Section 38 / 278 designs.
As a Drainage and Infrastructure Design Engineer, you will benefit from ICE accredited, IHT, and IHIE training towards professional qualifications and will receive a Competitive Salary Commensurate with Experience.
Please note, this is a permanent role and offers a plus substantial benefits package.
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