Structural Engineer

Expiring today

Conrad Consulting Ltd
City of Glasgow
£28000 - £34000/annum
May 03, 2022
May 28, 2022
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
I'm currently recruiting for a 20 strong consulting engineer situated in central Glasgow, as they look to appoint a Structural Engineer to their team.

The role is best suited to someone looking for support, training and mentorship en route to Chartership.

While this office is fairly boutique, my client has several other UK offices, which allows them to attract larger projects, while offering all the benefits of working for a smaller, boutique firm.

The office environment is welcoming, supportive and collaborative which creates the ideal platform for learning and development.

Projects cover all sectors, with the core of the business coming from commercial developments.

About you:

Degree in Civil Engineering or Structural Engineer
Experience working for a consulting engineer in the UK, on building structures
Competent in the use of design and analysis software
Keen to work towards chartership

On offer:

£28,000 to £34,000 depending on experience
5% matched pension
BUPA healthcare
Life Assurance 4x salary
Flexible hybrid working options
Income protection scheme
Long service awards

This opportunity is an ideal fit for an experienced 'Graduate' Structural Engineer looking to progress their career with a forward-thinking firm of engineers. Apply now, as interviews are taking place.


When you hit apply your CV will land in my inbox, at which point, I'll arrange a suitable time to discuss this opportunity with you over the phone.

I'll disclose the name of my client on that initial call, and if you are happy to proceed, only then will I forward your details to my client and arrange an interview.

I may have other similar opportunities on the horizon (not yet advertised) which can be discussed at this point.

If you would rather talk to me before sending a CV, please don't hesitate to call Conrad Consulting (Edinburgh office) and ask for Connor Sandison