Associate Civil/Structural Engineer

Location Epsom
Discipline: Civil & Structural Design
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £65000 - £75000 per annum
Contact name: Sam Robson

Contact email: samrobson@aldwychconsulting.com
Job ref: BBBH872_1714147743
Published: about 1 month ago

Associate Civil/Structural Engineer

£65k-£75k

Epsom, Surrey

World renowned global design consultancy is seeking a Chartered Structural Engineer with demonstrable technical and management experience, to join their Epsom team. They work on a hybrid basis, so attendance at the office is required only 2 days per week.

You will be working on a range of projects, often of strategic national importance. If you are already security cleared this would be preferable, but if not, the company will obtain this for you assuming your passport status allows.

You will be leading a team, preparing briefs and scopes of work, giving input into fee proposals and adhering to quality assurance standards in design The role will also include hands on design.

You must be experienced in a structural design and design delivery of a large projects, including multi-disciplinary schemes.

Projects include work in the transport, defence and energy sectors, often prestigious and highly complex.

Experience in the nuclear sector would be desirable, but not essential.

Excellent flexible benefits package is offered on top of basic salary, which includes a minimum of 25 days holiday plus the option to buy additional days, along flexible working and an array of other financial, lifestyle, protection and well being choices.

Sam Robson

07749 155538












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