My Client are a Regional practice based just outside Sheffield. Specialising in Structural, Geotechnical and Civil Engineering, they have been going nearly 30 years and work across a wide range of products
Due to a further increase in workload, they are looking to fill a permanent position within their Structural Engineering team to deal with an increase in workload and assist in the further development and growth of the team and the firm.
You will be a nearly or recently Chartered Engineer (MIStructE or MICE) and have a minimum 5 years design experience in a UK based civil/structural engineering consultancy environment. You will have proven experience on developing residential, commercial and industrial projects from concept to construction stage with further experience with both new build and refurbishment projects. You must have the ability to manage and work to budget and programme and demonstrate good financial management ability as the role will involve assessing smaller potential projects and preparing fee quotes.
The job needs you to be proficient in the design of concrete, steel, timber and masonry structures and possess a sound knowledge of current design standards and working practices. A working knowledge of the Eurocodes and Finite Element Analysis packages is essential.
A full UK drivers license is required for this role
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