We are delighted to be working with our client to recruit a Structural Engineer/Designer on a permanent PAYE basis.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful and growing engineering consultancy which specialises in structures/buildings. On offer is a very competitive salary, rewarding career with excellent potential and a friendly working environment.
Projects undertaken vary but include both single and multi-storey buildings. The company operates in the SFS/LGSF sector but most projects also contain hot rolled steelwork and some projects are entirely of traditional construction methods. With this in mind we invite applications from qualified Engineers with experience designing structural steelwork (buildings). Experience with SFS/LGSF would be advantageous but is not essential.
Structural Engineer Duties include:
- Design of various SFS/LGSF structures and other steel framed buildings.
- Production of structural engineering calculations (wind loads etc).
- Supporting the internal drawing office with - Liaising with clients and other project stakeholders as required.
If you are a qualified Structural Engineer with previous experience working on steel framed buildings we invite your application. Experience of light gauge/sfs/load bearing structures would be advantageous but not essential. You should also be living in/within a commutable distance of Tee-side and be seeking a long term PAYE position.
For more information please contact us at Steel Connexions in the strictest of confidence.
Steel Connexions Ltd. is a specialist recruitment company, dedicated to the structural steelwork industry and associated trades, owned and managed by industry experts.(Agy)
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