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Graduate Structural Engineer Temporary Works

Employer
RGB Recruitment
Location
Bristol
Salary
£33,000 - £40,000 per year
Closing date
Jan 26, 2023

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Specialty
Structural Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Junior Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Other
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Graduate Structural Engineer, Temporary Works£33,000 - £40,000We are delighted to be working with a well-established consultancy which provides large scale temporary works solutions across the country. They have recently set up a Bristol office and are in need of someone who can join the design team and progress to chartered status. Having operated in the Bristol market for over two years now, this business has successfully built its design team to ten staff and is now looking for an experienced Graduate Structural Engineer. This role would suit a Graduate structural engineer with a year or more's experience. This business has three other offices and an abundance of work. They have designed temporary works and propping structures across many sectors including;
  • Major sports facilities
  • Large infrastructure
  • Bridges
  • Open basements
  • Façade propping
  • Retention of structural elements during demolition
The RoleThis role is primarily focused on design and pursuit of chartership. Suitable candidates can come from a variety of backgrounds including; bridges, building structures, temporary works or heavy civil structures. Responsibilities will include;
  • Hands on design
  • Calculation reports
  • Risk assessments
  • Quality assurance
  • Site surveys
  • Client and contractor liaison
This business is based not far from Bristol Temple Meads in contemporary offices. Flexible working is on offer as well as a highly competitive salary, 25 days holiday, 10% annual bonus and flexible working
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