Senior Civil Infrastructure Engineer
Central London (Zone 1)
RGB are currently working with a large Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy based in Central London who are looking for an Infrastructure Engineer / Senior Engineer to join their team. You will be based in their vibrant and friendly office in London Bridge which currently has 100+ staff. There are often company events such as regular sporting events, an annual BBQ, quizzes and theatre trips etc which helps create a team environment. One of the current Associate Directors in the civils team started as a Graduate 8 years ago and there is similar room for progression available for the successful candidate.
General Experience Required
- The role will primarily involve civil engineering designs on roads, drainage and infrastructure and being the primary point of contact on projects ranging from £1M to £25M and work alongside the senior team members on projects up to £300M.
- You will be responsible for managing the design and deliverables on civil engineering schemes. You will be managing Project Draughtsmen, Technicians and Graduates.
- You will need to liaise with the Structural Engineers internally and Clients, Architects and Contractors externally.
- A big part of the role will also require liaising with statutory authorities including Thames Water, EA, LA Highways, TFL, etc.
- You will have experience of undertaking the design of drainage and roads on housing estates and inner city mixed used developments and be familiar with liaising and coordinating with numerous parties.
- You will be able to undertake designs using the principles of hydraulics and pavement design and able to adapt these principles to bespoke and innovative design.
- You will have good communication skills and an ability to retrieve information from others and negotiate approvals.
- Underground Drainage
- Sustainable Drainage
- Roads & Highways
- Flood Risk
- Road Safety
- Manual for Streets
- Civils 3D
- You will have a civil engineering related degree from a recognised University and preferably be working towards Chartered status for which support will be provided via their Professional Development Scheme.
- 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm with 1 hour for lunch plus paid overtime (conditions apply).