Structural Engineer

Location City of London
Discipline: Civil & Structural Design
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £30000 - £40000 per annum
Contact name: Sam Robson

Contact email: samrobson@aldwychconsulting.com
Job ref: BBBH2589_1720602732
Published: 8 days ago
Startdate: asap

Structural Engineer
London W1
£30k-£40k

Experienced graduate structural engineer is sought to join this well established central London structural engineering firm.

This is an opportunity to join a very small practice with plenty of good buildings design projects - some up to £26m in value, and often complex. Sectors include residential buildings, refurbs, commercial buildings and various others.

You will be working directly alongside the Director, who is MIStructE qualified, and his senior engineer. This is an excellent close contact learning and development career opportunity, and would suit an individual with some years of structural engineering experience, who is keen to learn and progress.

You need to be able to design in all materials, good at multi-tasking, work on a wide variety of projects, visit sites and liaise with clients and architects. Excellent communication skills are important, as is the desire to have a varied workload.

You should be able to use Autocad and Revit, as the role will include doing your own drawing work.

The company currently work from home Mondays and Fridays most weeks. You will get 25 days paid holiday, excellent training and mentorship, annual salary reviews and pension.

The company do not have a visa sponsorship license.

Sam Robson
07749 155538

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