Principal or Associate Structural Engineer - Leadership Role
£55,000 - £65,000 (negotiable)
Hybrid working (up to 3 days from home per week) Birthday off as free annual leave, Workplace Pension, Employee Assistance Programme
Are you an experienced and forward-thinking engineer looking for a challenging Principal or Associate Structural Engineer - Leadership Role? An exceptional opportunity awaits as a Principal or Associate Structural Engineer - Leadership Role with our dynamic, multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy client located in South West, London.
Reporting directly to the Director, this role offers a unique chance to lead, manage, and make a significant impact within the team.
Principal or Associate Structural Engineer - Leadership Role Key Responsibilities:
Prepare comprehensive fee proposals, including resource allocation and project time-lines for senior management approval.
Manage projects from inception to completion, ensuring the highest quality and timely delivery.
Lead multiple concurrent projects, including the preparation of Design Scopes and technical designs.
Oversee the workload and provide technical and commercial guidance to a small team.
Develop detailed methodologies, delegate tasks as necessary, and assess resource requirements at each project stage.
Deliver projects within budget constraints, timescales, and quality expectations.
Participate in project progress meetings and address design queries during construction phases.
Effectively communicate critical project issues to Directors and clients in a timely manner.
Establish projects, allocate budgets to work stages, and ensure financial data accuracy and invoice issuance.
Assist in preparing monthly project workload and fee forecasts.
Proactively manage projects to minimise Work In Progress (WIP).Principal or Associate Structural Engineer - Leadership Role Behaviours:
Demonstrate leadership by setting clear expectations for Senior Engineers, Graduates, and Technicians in delivering exceptional client service.
Go the extra mile for work, clients, and colleagues, emphasising quality, consistency, and reliability.
Champion a culture of quality, accountability, and continuous improvement.
Encourage innovation and creativity within your team and exemplify these qualities in your own work.Person Specification for the Principal or Associate Structural Engineer - Leadership Role:
Ideally Chartered engineer and member of either the Institute of Civil or Structural Engineering.
Demonstrated experience in structural engineering design and construction.
Strong technical design skills using British, European, and international standards.
Project management experience in preparing drawings and project deliverables.
Profound understanding of structural theory, excellent analytical skills, and proven problem-solving abilities.If you are ready to take your career to the next level and become an integral part of their thriving team, apply now and be a part of their mission to lead the way in innovative structural engineering solutions