Are you an ambitious Structural Engineer who is ready to take your career to the next level? Are your skills and experience being recognised in your current role?
Our client is a medium sized, innovative consultancy in London who provide a broad spectrum of engineering services. They have a number of awards under their belt and benefits from a dynamic team who have a diverse range of experience.
They are looking to expand their buildings structures team by taking on a Structural engineer who has at least 3 years' design experience. Your role will involve nurturing long lasting client relationships and be focused on high quality service delivery. Effective and clear communication skills are therefore essential.
Initially you will be required to work from home with interviews conducted by Microsoft teams however, once employees return to their offices you will be able to join this team in their office in central London.
Projects: Education; Commercial; Retail; Residential; Leisure and Historic
- A relevant degree in Civil or Structural Engineering,
- A minimum of 3 years' experience within a UK-based consultancy,
- A good working knowledge of British Standards as well as Eurocodes,
- Experience working with steel, concrete, timber and masonry,
- Ideally, your experience will have revolved around commercial and/or industrial buildings.
Ambition will be one of your key traits, as the company is looking to continue on a successful path of growth, and you will be keen to develop yourself professional by taking on a pivotal role in the development of the company. The plan would be for you to run your own team as well as taking a lead role in projects.
To be considered for this role and take the next step in your career, submit your CV to Graham Ventham.
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