Principal Highways Engineer

Location London
Discipline: Civil & Structural Design
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £58000 - £68000 per annum
Contact name: Anna Walker

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Job ref: BBBH1903_1719478868
Published: 21 days ago

Principal Highways Engineer
Southbank, London

Do you have extensive highway design experience? Are you looking to work for a creative and innovative consultancy? Do you want to help lead the technical delivery of Civil/Infrastructure design projects?

I have an exciting opportunity for a Principal Highways Engineer to join my client's team in Central London. As a consultancy, they provide transport planning, highway design, flood risk and drainage input at all stages of the development process; from feasibility, through the planning application process and then to detailed design.

Salary & benefits:

  • Basic salary up to £68k

  • 25 days annual leave

  • Company pension

  • Private healthcare

  • Very flexible working

As a Principal Highways Engineer, you will be focused on the design of s278 and s38 works. You will be managing the technical delivery of projects in a variety of sectors, as well as, mentoring junior members of the team.

Ideally, you would be chartered, or working towards it. You must have a high level of technical competence, including advanced knowledge of transport software packages such as Junctions 9 (arcady/picady), LinSig, TRICS, TEMPro/NTEM.

This is a rare and unique opportunity for an ambitious individual to take a big step in their career as a Civil Engineer.

Please apply with your CV if interested.

Anna Walker

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