Structural Engineer (Structural Steelwork)
£40,000 - £50,000
Bury, Greater Manchester.
A global leader in Engineering solutions are on the lookout for a Structural Engineer (Structural Steelwork) to be based out of their UK headquarters in Bury, Greater Manchester.
The company have over 10 UK offices as well as a wider European and Indian presence and are looking for someone to join an office of over 200 staff working on worldwide projects from the UK to the Middle East and beyond.
You will be joining an Engineering division in Bury of over 70 staff and will be expected to work across a range of sectors from Nuclear, Oil & Gas through to Commercial projects and also the likes of Hinckley Point C.
The company have a flexible working policy that recommends 3 days per week in the office but could be negotiable for the right candidate.
Some responsibilities of a Structural Engineer (Structural Steelwork):
Preparation and checking of Design Briefs and Connection Method Statements, including client facing approval of.
Preparation and checking of calculations for all types of connections and joint configurations.
Preparation and checking of all associated Calc Marking Plans.
Preparation and checking of steel element design / analysis and design of structures. (If required)
Preparation and checking of temporary stability member design. (If required)
Generation and checking / input to all aspects of CDM Hazard Registers / Risk Assessments as relevant to structural design.
Familiarity, use and understanding of design software programmes on the market for both connections and structural analysis. Eg) Masterseries, Statica, TSD, Staad etc
Compliance with all internal documents such as Technical Guidance Notes, Work Instructions and Quality Management Systems, as well as industry standards such as NSSS.
Responsibility for ensuring issue and approval status of calculations is maintained and managed.
Liaison with Client's Engineer, Sub-Trades, and all internal Departments / Centres of the company as required in various locations, to assist in the co-ordination of the design process.
Good appreciation of all processes from a fabricator's perspective, including detailing, manufacturing and erection.
Supervision, mentoring and on the job training of other team members.
Managing other team members, including their scope and progress.
Managing both you're and your teams time to meet agreed programmes and schedules as the project requires.
Qualified to HNC/HND/degree level or equivalent with a detailed knowledge of the Steel Industry
Good understanding/application and experience of steelwork connection design from simple connections through to bespoke connections.
A good understanding of Eurocode is a prerequisite but AISC & CISC would be beneficial but not essential.
Ability to work consistently and accurately, to deadlines, to meet the demands of a manufacturing business
Confident to take the technical lead on projects and be the focal point of all aspects of the Engineering process on a project.
Excellent Engineering judgement.
Proactive and methodical approach to problem solving
Influential communicator with sound interpersonal skills
Has the ability to work on multiple projects and liaising with a cross functional team
Be responsible for achieving objectives on own initiative, as well as part of a team
Has the ability to adapt to previously unseen challenges & new technologies
Salary banding is between £40,000 - £50,000 as a basic salary but these parameters are flexible for the right candidate and candidates of varying levels of expertise will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
If this sounds like you please contact Andrew Wilson at Calibre Search.
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