Due to a healthy order book and planned expansion, we are delighted to recruiting a Graduate Structural Engineer to join a well-established steelwork fabrication company who design, fabricate, and install a range of steelwork incl portal frames, beam and stick structures, secondary steelwork such as stairs, handrails, walkways etc.
The successful Structural Engineer will join the existing technical team and work closely with the Technical Director to work on a variety of steelwork - this really is an excellent opportunity to learn and develop a career in this field.
Graduate Structural Engineer duties include:
•Assisting with and producing detailed structural engineering calculations for a range of steelwork and associated connections as required.
•Providing technical advice/guidance to the internal drawing office when necessary.
•Communicating with other team members and project stakeholders as required.
Graduate Structural Engineer requirements:
•Must hold a professional Engineering degree.
•Be seeking an opportunity to join a company where you can develop a career and progress within the department/company.
•Be reliable, conscientious and a good communicator.
•Live in/within a commutable distance of Coventry.
•Be eligible to work in the UK on an ongoing basis (no sponsorship is available)
On offer for the Graduate Structural Engineer:
•Competitive starting salary and excellent future potential in terms of career development and salary increases.
•Opportunity to work closely with and learn from the Technical Director.
•Robust employer with a healthy order book.
•Supportive and friendly environment.
If this role sounds of interest and you have the skills and experience to fulfil the role, please apply now!
Should you need more information please get in touch with our team at Steel Connexions in the strictest of confidence.
Application should be made with an up-to-date CV.
Steel Connexions Ltd. is a specialist recruitment company, dedicated to the structural steelwork industry and associated trades, owned, and managed by industry experts