Due to a thriving workload, we are looking for an ambitious Graduate Civil Engineer to join a dynamic Civils and Rail team becoming part of one of the UK's leading private Engineering Consultancies working with both public and private clients.
As a Graduate Civil Engineer with 1 to 3 years of post-graduate experience, you'll be an integral part of our close-knit team. Under the mentorship of experienced engineers, you'll be involved in producing feasibility studies, engineering reports, and contributing to the design of bridges and other heavy civil structures.
Feasibility Studies: Prepare comprehensive feasibility studies and technical notes under the guidance of senior staff.
Structural Analysis: Analyze bridge structures using LUSAS software, with guidance and training provided.
Technical Documentation: Utilize AutoCAD for drawing preparation and Microsoft programs for diagrams and figures in reports.
Project Management: Oversee specialist sub-consultants, prepare briefs, and actively participate in site inspections and surveys.
Team Collaboration: Work closely with a small, enthusiastic team and attend site visits and meetings alongside senior staff.
Educational Background: MEng/MSc in Civil or Structural Engineering with 1-3 years post-qualification experience.
Skills: Strong numeracy, communication, and presentation skills; proficiency in Excel, Word, and Publisher.
Software Knowledge: Experience with AutoCAD; familiarity with LUSAS software is an advantage.
Practical Skills: Possession of a driving license.
What they Offer:
Career Growth: Excellent opportunities for career progression within a friendly and professional team.
Competitive Package: A competitive salary based on skills and experience with a flexible benefits package.
Innovation Focus: Be part of a team with a clear vision for innovation and a commitment to delivering top-quality service to clients.
If you are a flexible, enthusiastic Graduate Civil Engineer ready for a new challenge then apply online.
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For roles in Scotland/the UK, applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
At Contract Scotland, we value diversity and promote equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all areas of society and can discuss any reasonable adjustments to support your application