Structural Project Engineer

Are you a talented and well-driven Structural Engineer with a minimum of three years experience, who is looking to work for a modern consultancy that focuses heavily on sustainability? If so, this role is perfect for you!

For over 20 years, our client has partnered with developers, architects, and experts to create and complete some of the UK’s most challenging engineering projects, from mid-to-high rise residential structures to refurbishment on 200 year old buildings. Other sectors that you will be working on includes; leisure, hotel, retail, education + more.

What Is On Offer?

  • Change the landscape of London and the plant by focusing on net zero and sustainability.
  • To work in a dynamic team, learning from some of the best engineers in the industry.
  • A consultancy that really cares about your professional development and will support your training and career progression – including all professional fees paid for.
  • Build up your portfolio with a wide range of projects!
  • Benefits include:
    • Enhanced Parental Support
    • Additional annual leave to reward long service.
    • Private Health Scheme
    • Birthday off!
    • Regular social trips.
    • Flexible and hybrid work available to really help you get that health work/life balance.

What You Will Need To Succeed: 

  • BA or MSc in Civil/Structural Engineer (or equivalent too)
  • A minimum of three years post graduate experience with a UK design consultancy.
  • Knowledgeable in Tekla Tedds and Tekla Structural Designer
  • Experience in structural materials including steel, concrete, timber and masonry.
  • A well-driven individual with great communication skills
  • Passionate about building structures and is eager to learn.

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Summary information

  • Location: Barbican
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job sector: Structural Engineer
  • Salary: £39,000 – £48,000
  • Published: June 10, 2024