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 bmcculloch@rgb.co.uk 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;

bmcculloch@rgb.co.uk.


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