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Principal Civil Engineer

Employer
RGB Network
Location
Nottingham, NG1
Salary
£50000 - £65000/annum
Closing date
May 19, 2024

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Specialty
Other
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Interested in joining a social work environment that prioritises the well-being and professional & personal development of their employees? Are you motivated by being exposed to a range of projects, including high-profile city centre developments across the private and public sector? Are you looking to progress within your career through receiving relevant professional support and training?

Then look no further as my well-established client is looking out for an ambitious Principal Civil Engineer, with relevant UK experience of minimum 6+ years' within the drainage, flood risk and/or highways sectors.

The successful candidate can look forward to the following:

Salary and benefits:

Flexible hours
Paid social incentives
Competitive salary and pension package
Healthy working environment
Chartership Programme and Mentorship
Excellent CPD programmes
Being a part of a friendly, welcoming team
Low staff turnover rate
Parental Returners Benefit
And much more!

Job Responsibilities:

Developing designs and plans for drainage systems, including stormwater management, sewer systems, culverts, etc. for high-rise mix-use urban redevelopments.
Developing designs for different highways and road schemes.
Ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal regulations whilst preparing environmental impact assessments, and adhering to relevant codes and standards.
Working and collaborating with Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFAs).
Producing Flood Risk Assessments (FRAs) independently.
Managing and mentoring other engineers and technicians in the development of design and project information.
Independently leading on a wide range of projects involving client liaison, financial and quality management.
Utilizing relevant drainage design softwares, including Microdrainage, Civils 3D, AutoCAD, etc.
Preparing detailed reports, drawings, and technical documentation related to drainage projects.
Be an optimistic, ambitious presence within the office
Company details:

This company is an award-winning and well-established civil and structural consultancy engineering practice who take pride in their ability to deliver creative and specialist solutions to a wide variety of projects, across the private and public sectors to repeat clients, that leave a large positive impact on the world as they put client care as one of their number one priorities in delivery.

To work for my client is not your typical job - it is to be part of something bigger and to contribute something of value to the world, whilst also being trained up and supported in your own career progression with regular training & encouragement from a friendly team, who prioritise the well-being of their employees through their agile-working, financial perks, enhanced parental support and professional development schemes.

Successful candidate specifications:

Relevant degree in Civil Engineering (i.e. BSc/BEng/MSc/MEng/etc.)
Chartered Engineer (CEng) status with the Engineering Council UK is highly desirable.
Minimum 6+ years' experience designing development infrastructure, particularly in drainage, highways and flood risk.
Experience producing and writing up Flood Risk Assessments (FRAs), independently and unsupervised.
Experience working and collaborating with Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFAs)
Management experience of other engineers and technicians over a range of projects on design development information is preferrable.
A good technical background and grounding in the design of drainage, flood risk assessments (FRAs), highways and external works.
Working towards attaining Chartership status, if not already achieved.
Experience of the following computer packages is essential: Microdrainage, Civils 3D and AutoCAD for drainage networks
If you happen to know anyone that might be interested, or if you're currently looking for a role and like the sound of it, please do let me know through sending your updated CV and portfolio of work to this email;

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