Associate Highway Engineer

Location London
Discipline: Civil Engineering
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum
Contact name: Anna Walker

Contact email: anna.walker@aldwychconsulting.com
Job ref: BBBH2166_1713343969
Published: about 1 month ago

Associate Highway Engineer - Sector Lead
Salary up to £70,000
Central London

Are you an Associate Highway Engineer who is looking for an exciting new opportunity? Do you want to work for an independent award-winning engineering consultancy?

We are seeking an experienced Associate Highway Engineer to join a highly reputable civil and transport engineering consultancy in Central London. You will be leading major development infrastructure projects across the UK and managing the engineers and designers to deliver innovative solutions for highways.

You will be responsible for delegating design work to junior members of the team, working and liaising with clients, and leading the Highways sector team.

Benefits
They offer a competitive salary and a generous benefits package including 26 days of annual leave and a brilliant pension scheme. Our client is committed to the personal and professional development of their staff, and they offer a comprehensive training scheme fully accredited by the Institution of Highways and Transportation. They also have a very active social club, which includes ten-pin bowling, go-karting, treasure hunts, and comedy club nights.

Requirements
The ideal candidate will be Chartered and experienced in highway design, specifically s278, s38 and the urban/public realm.

Previous experience using AutoCAD and Civil 3D for highway design is necessary for this role.

This is a fantastic position for those who want to progress in their career and lead their team of engineers. You do not want to miss out, apply today!

Anna Walker
07437837855

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