Are you working towards your Chartership or are already a Chartered Structural Engineer? Would you like to make your expertise matter, by working on some of the most exciting and challenging projects in the buildings design industry?Company:
One of the largest, blue chip engineering consultancies, with over 20,000 employees worldwide, is looking to expand their Buildings Design capabilities in their Cardiff City Centre
office, due to an exceptionally healthy forward pipeline of work.
Despite being a juggernaut of the industry, the company are warm, friendly and supportive, and focus on providing flexibility and a positive work environment to their colleagues. The company's name holds weight in the industry, and is one that people join, and stay at.Role - Senior Structural Engineer:
The opportunity is to become a leading member of the team in Cardiff as a Senior Structural Engineer, and deliver structural designs for buildings in a wide range of sectors, including; education, commercial, industrial, residential, defence and energy.Requirements:
- Nearly Chartered, or Chartered with MIStructE or MICE
- Experience in leading and delivering on smaller projects, and leading project focussed teams.
- Knowledge of the common construction materials
- Experience with a UK consultancy
- 25 days annual leave with the option to buy/sell additional days
- Car allowance at Principal level (£4,500)
- Generous company pension
- Cycle to work scheme
- Critical illness cover
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Income protection
- Life assurance
- Much more!
To become a Senior Structural Engineer working at one of the most well established consultancies on cutting-edge projects, please apply with your CV, or alternatively call George Banks on 07787 736270 for an informal discussion.
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