Principal Design Engineer - Highways

Posted by Code Resources LTD on 28/01/2020 (15:43)

Location:
Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
Salary/Rate:
£45,000 - £55,000/annum + Vehicle + Package
Posted:
28/01/2020 (15:43)
Agency:
Code Resources LTD

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate a range of experience within the Civil Engineering/Transportation/Infrastructure sectors.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic Civil/Highways Engineer to further their career in a highly motivated and inspirational environment.

Duties & Responsibilities Include :

Management and supervision of other engineers;
Engaging with the client and work winning;
Production of engineering design and details in accordance with project requirements;
Preparation of calculations, written reports and checking of drawings;
Preparation of feasibility studies, preliminary through to detailed design for road and drainage infrastructure;
Maintain Designers Risk Assessments in accordance with CDM regulations;
Undertake site visits, surveys and inspections, preparing follow up reports.
 
Requirements :

You will hold a Batchelor’s degree in civil engineering (or other relevant subject area);
Ideally you will be nearing chartered engineer status (CENG, MICE);
You must have proven post graduate experience working in a design environment on a range of civil engineering infrastructure projects that could include, highways, drainage, developments, rail or civil infrastructure;
You will have experience of Smart Motorway design;
Experience of using AutoCAD Civil 3D;
Experience of OpenRoads Design Software;
You will have excellent communication skills.
 
Benefits :

Competitive salary; 
Comprehensive and attractive benefits package with opportunities for flexible working and career development.

Type:
Permanent
Start Date:
ASAP
Contract Length:
N/A
Job Reference:
prin des eng - birm
Job ID:
211359863
Applications:
Less than 10

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