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Senior Civil Engineer

Strata Construction Consulting UK Ltd
Bristol, Bristol (County)
£45000 - £55000/annum
Closing date
Apr 14, 2023

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Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Academia, Construction
An award winning multi disciplinary design consultancy are seeking to recruit in their busy Bristol office.

About the role

We are seeking a senior civil engineer who wants the opportunity to apply their creative skills on challenging, high-profile projects in our stimulating, inter-disciplinary design studio in Bristol. You will have a unique opportunity to work on infrastructure designs (roads and drainage) associated with building and landscape projects. The position is to lead civil engineering the team within the Bristol studio, with the successful candidate assisting in the development and growth of the team.

About you

You will be an engineer with a strong academic record and 2 years post-charter experience gained working on challenging projects. You will be able to demonstrate excellent technical aptitude supplemented by outstanding IT skills. You will enjoy expressing creative ideas through sketching and will be able to communicate effectively to build firm working relationships with architects, engineers, clients, and contractors. You will demonstrate the ability to take the lead on technical issues and have a collaborative team-working style. You have ambition to develop yourself and your team.

This is a unique opportunity to develop your career at one of the UK's leading interdisciplinary building design practices.

Key responsibilities

The role will include, but not be limited to, the following responsibilities:

Design of projects from the concept stage through to the construction stage
Mentoring of junior team members
Development of client relationships
Assisting directors in seeking out and securing new opportunitiesYour knowledge, experience, and education

You will have proven experience in a similar design consultancy, and preferably, experience of working on site as a site/resident engineer.

You will have a minimum of 2 years relevant post qualification (MICE) experience and good knowledge and experience of the following areas of civil engineering design:

Drainage schemes associated with buildings, highways, public realm and landscape projects
Highway and pavement design associated with building projects
Undertaking of designs for section 38, 278 and 104 agreements
Ground modelling
Assessment of flood riskYou will have a good knowledge of civil engineering construction principles and standards.

You will have strong practical knowledge of Civils 3D, PDS, AutoCAD and WINDES and be confident in your knowledge of relevant design standards and legislation.

Your personal skills

Being highly motivated and passionate about delivering projects to time, budget, and quality
Being organized and methodical with particular attention to detail
Having the ability to prioritize tasks and work to tight deadlines under pressure
Having a pragmatic approach and possess strong problem-solving techniques
Being commercially aware
Having strong interpersonal skills, able to build relationships at all levels with clients and employees alike and across all professional disciplines
Being able to manage Client expectations
Having excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, with an ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy What you need to do:

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If this job isn't quite right for you, then please contact us to find out what other suitable roles we have available or send an up-to-date CV with your location and salary requisites.
We also operate a referral scheme, of which further details can be found on our website.
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