Senior Structural Engineer

Posted by Flux Consultancy on 14/02/2020 (14:35)

£35,000 - £45,000/annum plus bonus
14/02/2020 (14:35)
Flux Consultancy
Are you an experienced Structural Engineer currently seeking a new challenge in a fresh, friendly yet professional environment?

You've been designing buildings for a few years now, but you're now looking to develop your skills further. To work on a more diverse project portfolio. To gain more autonomy and independence, whilst being rewarded for the work that you produce with an excellent benefits package.

You're keen to progress your career, and here you'll be supported and encouraged to widen your horizons, taking on more responsibility and working your way towards Principal/Associate level and above.

As the new Senior Structural Engineer, you'll receive:

* Starting salary up to £45,000 per annum
* Annual Bonus scheme
* 25 days' holiday plus bank holidays
* Plus plenty of other benefits

You'll be joining a growing team, becoming an integral part of a well-established national consultancy with serious ambition to match yours.

You'll work on buildings projects ranging up to £35m in value, putting your valued knowledge of Structural Engineering to excellent use in a highly-collaborative environment that will see you continue your professional development towards chartered status, if not already achieved.

It's a work hard, play hard environment where the Directors are "hands-on" in terms of design, but also will also encourage you as an experiencedStructuralEngineer, to take a lead on the management of projects.

You don't have to update your CV or send itanywhere right now. Let's talk first. Call Darryl Yates at Flux Consulting today on (phone number removed) for an initial conversation, or click apply and I'll call you at a time of your convenience.

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