Associate (Infrastructure)

  • 103513
  • Civil Engineering
  • 03/05/2024
  • 31/05/2024
  • 65000
  • 85000
  • GBP
  • Annually
  • Permanent
  • City Of London

Job Details

Are you interested in joining a social, supportive work environment that prioritises well-being, offering hybrid and flexible working opportunities? Are you motivated by being exposed to a range of UK and international projects, including high-profile and high-value city centre developments? Are you looking to progress within your career through receiving relevant professional support and training?

Then look no further as my award-winning client is looking out for an ambitious Associate (Infrastructure), with relevant UK experience of minimum 5+ years' within the drainage, infrastructure and highways sectors.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:

Job Responsibilities:            

  • Focus on masterplanning development projects across all sectors to include regeneration, aviation, Infrastructure, industrial, and develop masterplan for submission to planning.
  • Client satisfaction and securing repeat business.
  • Demonstrate track record in undertaking Flood Risk Assessments (FRA), Surface and Foul Water Drainage Strategies and Design, Sustainable Urban Design Solutions (Blue/Green Roofs, Retention Basins, Rain Harvesting, Swales etc.) – for basements, public realm, site wide, to appropriate local planning policies and guidelines, Part L of the Building Regulations, Highways/Road Design and Sewers for Adoption.
  • Proactively and ethically motivate and lead project teams to deliver optimised and sustainable design and construction solutions.
  • Preparation of tenders/bids and fee proposals to capitalise on work winning opportunities.
  • Collect, prepare, and compile fee forecast and projections for the UK business.
  • Financial management to include cost control and invoicing.
  • Resource planning - allocate and assign resources to project teams under your direction.
  • Development of Senior and Design Engineers in their professional development and coach them to accept greater responsibility and accountability of the projects they are responsible for.
  • Arrange for effective mentoring to be provided to employees under your
  • direction so that they reach their full potential through career development and personal growth.
  • Identify training (either on-the-job or through suitable courses) for all employees under your direction.
  • Supervising staff under your direction and offering pro-active advice in relation to problem solving issues.
  • Onboarding of internal suppliers and procurement of external suppliers to undertake specialist services on behalf of BDP.
  • Commercial governance of projects to include commercial, financial and risk management.
  • Technical governance of projects in compliance with BDP IMS quality processes and procedures (ISO 9001 and 14001)
  • Actively participating in developing the UK practice including technical excellence, culture, procedures, professional development, and continuous improvement.
  • Developing and implementing company policy.
  • Compliance with and overseeing implementation of Health and Safety policies and procedures to include CDM Regulations 2015.
And much more, outlined on full job description (please email for full job description if interested, with a summary of your UK experience and/or most up to date CV

Company details:

My client is an award-winning, large and well-established multidisciplinary global engineering consultancy who take pride in their ability to deliver creative and specialist solutions to a wide variety of projects that leave a large positive impact on the world.

To work for my client is not your typical job – it is to be part of something bigger and to contribute something of value to the world, whilst also being trained up and supported in your own career progression with regular training & encouragement from a friendly team, who prioritise the well-being of their employees through their agile-working, financial perks, enhanced parental support and professional development schemes.

Salary and benefits:
  • Hybrid Working
  • Flexible hours
  • SMART Pension
  • Life Insurance
  • Private Health Insurance (option to cover immediate family also)
  • Paid social incentives
  • Season Ticket Loan
  • Healthy working environment
  • Annual salary reviews based upon performance
  • Excellent professional development & support
  • Gym and Retail Discounts
And much more!

Successful candidate specifications:
  • Relevant degree in Civil Engineering (i.e. BEng (Hons)/MEng (Hons))
  • Chartered/Incorporated Status with ICE (or equivalent)
  • Minimum 5+ years’ experience designing and overseeing development of infrastructure, drainage, flood risk assessments and highways.
  • Experience working and collaborating with Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFAs)
  • Demonstrated capacity to provide leadership to project teams over a range of projects
  • Proven and relevant delegation and negotiating skills alongside relevant project management experience
  • Experience of the following computer packages is essential: Microdrainage, Civils 3D and AutoCAD for drainage networks
If you happen to know anyone that might be interested, or if you’re currently looking for a role and like the sound of it, please do let me know through sending your updated CV and portfolio of work to this email;

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