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Civil/Highways Design Engineer

Employer
Access Talent Group
Location
Bedfordshire
Closing date
Dec 11, 2023
My Client Is looking to recruit a Civil/Highway Engineer (or Technician) to work within their Civils/Highways team to work on a wide variety of challenging and interesting projects.
The role will involve covering many different construction sectors throughout the UK, including healthcare, commercial, education, retail, mixed use and residential schemes.

Main Responsibilities

• Undertake engineering analysis and prepare calculations civil/highway engineering projects.
• Be proficient in the use of relevant analysis and design software, including Micro drainage, PDS, Civils 3D and Prepare civil engineering drawings using AutoCAD.
• Provide technical support to Senior and Associate Engineers.
• Attend design meetings, site meetings and carryout site inspections.
• Liaise and communicate clearly in a professional manner to clients, contractors and other designers and to offer advice and guidance on matters relating to your work.
• Work on projects in consideration to the agreed project budgetary limits and time tables.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required
• HNC, BEng, BSc, MEng or MSc in Civil Engineering from an ICE/IHT approved institution.
• Ambition to achieve Chartered status.
• Minimum of 2 to 3 years relevant local authority, consultant or design office experience.
• Extensive knowledge of the design manual for roads and bridges, Specification for highway works, and ICE standard method of measurement.
• Ability to prepare drawings using AutoCAD in a Civil/Highway or related field.
My client is a medium sized Design Consultancy Specialising in Civil/Structural Engineering with over 35 years expertise specialising in projects across the following sectors: healthcare, commercial, education, retail, mixed use and residential schemes.

Please send your CV or contact me on (phone number removed)

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