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Graduate Structural Engineer

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Job Description:

Graduate Structural Engineer

The Company

Highly successful, well established and multi-disciplinary consultancy with offices in London and the South East.

You will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working on structural analysis and design, encompassing rail, maritime or highways, buildings, roads and other general structures.

You will work on various projects which will give you a base for gaining experience and becoming professionally qualified through the companies ICE training scheme, and have the opportunity to work on projects and in places not seen by everyday engineers.

The Role

  • Exciting opportunity for an ambitious Graduate Engineer to perform structural analysis and design and oversee such work performed by others
  • To interface with clients, win bid’s and further business opportunities
  • To react to call outs, attending site, making key decisions.
  • Preparing clear and concise reports
  • To programme and control projects
  • To deliver projects to programme, to budget and to match or exceed the clients, expectations.

Desirable:

  • Own vehicle with clean driving licence to travel to site
  • Ambitions to become Chartered/ Incorporated

Education

At least a 2:1 BEng/BSc in Civil/Structural Engineering

2 years relevant experience post graduate qualification

Plus Points

This is a great opportunity to join a growing multi-disciplined consultancy where you will have the chance to develop your career.

Benefits include but not limited to: Healthcare, Long Service Awards, Social events, Progression and Cycle to Work Scheme

  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Additional Salary Info

    + Package

  • Work Authorisation

    United Kingdom

  • Industry Sector Engineering, Utilities
  • Years Experience

    1+ years

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