Senior Structural Engineer

Location City of London
Discipline: Civil & Structural Design
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £48000 - £58000 per annum
Contact name: Sam Robson

Contact email: samrobson@aldwychconsulting.com
Job ref: BBBH267_1710860334
Published: 30 days ago

Senior Structural Engineer

£48,000-£58,000

London SE1

An excellent career opportunity has arisen for a Senior Structural Engineer to join the London office of this well respected firm of consulting engineers. Their name is synonymous with engineering excellence in the industry and they have won numerous awards for their work. They pride themselves on their long serving staff and are a people focused practice. You would be working on a variety of exciting and interesting buildings projects utilising 3D Revit modelling of structures and associated analysis software.

You should have a minimum of 6 years of buildings design experience, ideally be Chartered and have excellent communication skills. You should be able to attend meetings with clients and represent the firm. Scia and Masterseries experience would be desirable.

The office is based in SE1 - smart office in a great location close to overground rail and tube links.

In addition to basic salary would include 25 days holiday, pension contributions, interest free travel ticket loan, Group income protection plan, active social club, Group Life insurance scheme (for death in service), payment of relevant courses, examination and Institution fees and a bicycle purchase scheme.

Sam Robson

07749 155538








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