Up to £35,000
Are you a Structural Engineer currently looking to take the next step in your career? Are you looking for that crucial support towards chartered status?
You've been designing buildings in the UK for a couple of years now since obtaining your degree in Civil or Structural Engineering, but you're now looking to develop your design skills further.
You want to work on more diverse projects from a range of different sectors. To gain more autonomy and independence, whilst being rewarded for the work that you produce with an excellent benefits package and support towards ICE or IStructE chartership as a Structural Engineer.
As the new Structural Engineer, you'll receive:
* Salary up to £35,000 per annum
* Annual Bonus scheme
* 25 days' holiday plus bank holidays
* Excellent support towards chartership
You'll be joining a growing team, becoming an integral part of an established consultancy with serious ambition to match yours.
You'll work on buildings projects ranging up to £25m 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.
It's a work hard, play hard environment where the Directors are "hands-on" chartered Structural Engineers, but also will also encourage you as an ambitious Structural Engineer, to take a lead on projects.
You don't have to update your CV or send it anywhere 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.
Key words: Structural Engineer
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