Senior Structural Engineer

Employer
Lethaby & Cook Ltd
Location
London, South East England
Salary
60,000 - 67,000 per annum
Posted
Jan 18, 2022
Closes
Jan 26, 2022
Ref
2822516664
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Industry
Building Structures Associate, Central London (London Bridge), To £67,000 per annum, plus pension and benefits;

An opportunity for an experienced building structures engineer to move into a senior position. Employment security and progression is excellent, this is a well managed, profitable consultancy and provides the financial and practical support for training and development. Their technical capability attracts prestigious commissions that will hold your professional interest and promote your development.

Company overview: Established for over fifty years our client offers building structures, civil engineering, environmental and mechanical & electrical expertise. Their building structures division employs twenty-five staff and works on projects frequently above £40m in value. This work is UK wide encompassing commercial, residential, re-generation, healthcare, arts and educational facilities. They frequently provide integrated multidiscipline designs for clients. Their clients include leading developers and architects, they have received a number of industry awards for engineering innovation.

Duties: You will report to the structures director and manage schemes from client consultation stage through to completion. This will involve scheme design, assisting with fee negotiations, programming work and project delivery. There will be regular meetings with clients and occasional site visits. You will work closely with your peers from other disciplines to provide fully co-ordinated designs. You will be closely involved in the recruitment and management of staff within your team.

Experience required: Your track record and potential is of particular importance to our client. Chartership with the ICE or IStructE is preferred but it is not essential, you may be on the way to chartership or be an incorporated engineer. It is vital that your background has given you a thorough understanding of steel, concrete, masonry and timber design. This should be accompanied by a track record of managing and delivering your own projects. There will be frequent interaction with clients, stakeholders, colleagues and staff under your care. This means you will need good interpersonal and communication skills.