Principal Civil Engineer – Water

Are you a well experienced Civil Engineer looking to make an impact within the Water sector at a well-known design consultancy? We are currently looking for a Principal Civil Engineer who wants to work on exciting water projects and make a big impact, to join our client’s team in High Wycombe. The team work across the project lifecycle in asset planning / strategy, concept design, outline design and detailed design.

Additionally, they work in a variety of project areas within the water sector, including clean water treatment and networks, wastewater treatment, wastewater networks, flooding, and urban drainage.

You’ll be responsible for the project’s civil engineering design, the leadership of civil engineering teams and will work alongside our overall project design leads to ensure successful project delivery and outcomes for our clients.

What’s on offer

  • Hybrid working
  • Performance related bonus
  • Chartership support if not achieved already
  • Private Medical insurance
  • Enhanced pension
  • Uncapped progression

What you need to succeed

  • You’ll have experience working as a Civil Engineer on projects within sectors such as the water, environment or other related infrastructure sectors.
  • You’ll have a passion for the water and environment sector and supporting our developing civil engineers.
  • You’ll also be experienced in successful project delivery and working collaboratively with project teams to develop innovative solutions.
  • You will have experience of working in a client facing role, leading client engagement and collaboration on a regular basis.
  • Ideally you will hold Chartered or Incorporated member status with a relevant professional body such as ICE or CIWEM.

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Summary information

  • Location: High Wycombe
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job sector: Civil Engineer
  • Salary: £47,000 – £54,000
  • Published: June 3, 2024