Structural Engineer

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Ted Recruitment
Reference
NHP1135
Sector
Engineering
Salary
Negotiable
Benefits
£ negotiable, paid overtime, bonus, pension etc.
Location
Norwich
Job Type
Permanent/Full Time
Date Posted
30th November 2017

Job Description

THE ROLE

A great opportunity for a STRUCTURAL ENGINEER to join my client, a successful firm of consulting engineers in NORFOLK.

You will working on a wide range of projects for residential, education and healthcare clients.

You will do design and project engineering.

THE COMPANY

Our client is a successful firm of consulting engineers workng on civil, structural, transport planning and building surveying.

They offer excellent ongoing training and CPD.

THE CANDIDATE

You will need to have a Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering with three years or more structural design experience and project engineering experience post graduation.

You will be either working towards becoming chartered or already chartered as a Structural Engineer e.g. working towards or already holding MIStructE, MICE, AMIStructE, AMICE or similar.

You will need to have worked on most construction and building types including timber, masonry, structural steel and concrete.

Good communication skills are essential to be able to deal with clients and the professional team. Also experience of liaising with the clients etc.

You should have some experience of AutoCAD / BIM ideally and be able to develop designs and provide information to the CAD / BIM team.

Salary is very negotiable according to your experience plus paid overtime, bonus, pension, healthcare.

Please email your c.v. via this website or give me, Nigel Hutchings a call on [You must Apply on line] for a confidential discussion.

Please note that we do not send out your c.v. until after we have spoken to you about your requirements for a new position, your experience and about the client.

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