Structural Engineer

Location Norwich
Discipline: Civil & Structural Design
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £35000 - £58000 per annum
Contact name: Sam Robson

Contact email: samrobson@aldwychconsulting.com
Job ref: BBBH1485_1720189717
Published: 13 days ago
Startdate: asap

Structural Engineer

Norwich

£35k-£58k

Do you have a minimum of 3 years of buildings design experience and a strong academic background? Hungry for Chartership if not already achieved?

Interested to find out more about working for this innovative 70 strong design led structural design practice?

This role is to be based in their small, but growing, Norwich office, which currently has around 10 staff.

This is a design led practice with exciting and challenging architecturally led work, a focus on sustainability and a "thinking outside the box" approach.

You should be keen to work on a variety of projects, often award-winning, ranging from small to large scale in all areas of new build and refurb.

There is a high proportion of Chartered Engineers and excellent Chartership training is provided.

The office is a creative studio environment. Ideas sharing is important and there are regular CPD sessions.


Benefits include:


  • Good basic salary

  • Regular socials including annual weekend abroad and summer bar b q

  • Regular CPD sessions

  • Excellent training for Chartership and subs paid, past papers practice sessions, etc

  • 28 days holiday + bank holds

  • Company mobile

  • Life Coach and Wellbeing

  • Pension

  • Bonus Scheme

  • Flexible and friendly working style

  • No long work hours culture

  • Excellent staff retention

  • Transparent management style

  • No glass ceilings here

  • 9 day fortnight (optional)

This firm do not hold a sponsorship license to employ migrant workers and will give priority to local candidates.

Sam Robson

07749 155538







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