£55,000 Per Annum
Senior Structural Engineer
Location: Cardiff, Wales
Salary: Up to £55k + Excellent Benefits
Full Time, Permanent, Monday - Friday
Our client is a well-established Civil & Structural Engineering consultancy delivering successful projects on time and within budget consistently. They offer a collaborative environment and exciting project opportunities.
As a Structural Engineer, you will be managing and producing structural designs across diverse projects. Additionally, you'll play a crucial role in project management, assisting Directors in delivering successful outcomes.
- Lead technical aspects of projects
- Generate design calculations, drawings, and reports
- Coordinate designs with team members
- Attend meetings and conduct structural surveys
- Collaborate with clients, designers, and contractors
- Assist Directors in managing project deliverables
- Supervise and mentor Graduate Engineers
- Check and review designs and drawings
- Contribute to commercial and managerial duties
- Promote social value standards within the business
- Previously worked as a Structural Engineer or in a similar role.
- Possess 3+ years' experience in structural engineering.
- At least have 5 years' post graduate experience
- Chartered or nearing Chartered status (MICE or MIStructE)
- Skilled in designing steel, reinforced concrete, masonry, and timber structures
- Bachelor’s or master’s degree in civil or Structural Engineering
- Strong knowledge of Eurocodes, Tekla Structural Designer, and Tedds
- Experience in multidisciplinary engineering consultancy
- Familiarity with the CDM Regulations 2015
- Right to work in the UK
- Competitive salary
- On-site parking
- Profit-sharing scheme
- Opportunities for professional development
- Sociable and friendly working environment
Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to work with a dynamic team and further enhance your career.
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