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Structural Engineer

Penguin Recruitment
East Riding of Yorkshire
£30000 - £40000/annum BENEFITS
Closing date
Apr 24, 2023

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Structural Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Structural Engineer


Ref MR50

Salary up to £40,000 + Benefits

We are currently seeking a competent Structural Design Engineer to join a successful Civil, Structural and Architectural practice based in York. Our clients currently gets involved in a range of residential, commercial and mixed-use building structures design projects. They are actively seeking an experienced Structural Engineer (3 years' experience minimum) to join a friendly, vibrant team on a permanent basis. You will be offered a competitive starting salary, regular pay reviews and support to become Chartered under IStructE plus more!

In order to be considered for this Structural Engineer role you will have;

BEng/MEng or equivalent degree in Civil or Structural Engineering
Strong track record in the delivery of quality designs in a wide range of materials (steel, concrete, timber and masonry)
Be able to prepare structural calculations and drawings
Conversant with AutoCAD, Tekla and/or Autodesk REVIT
Previous involvement in liaising with colleagues and construction professionals throughout the design and construction process.
Capable to visit sites, complete inspections, identify issues and solve problems.Personal Qualities;

Passion and drive for Structural Engineering
Excellent communication skills coupled with a personable and professional disposition
Capable of dealing with a variety of issues, may need some supervision
Organisational skills to assist with professional development and maintaining records in accordance with ICE or IStructEIn order to be discuss this Structural Engineer role and other similar roles within building structures please call Mikaela on (phone number removed) or email your CV to

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