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  • 98789
  • Structures
  • 01/11/2021
  • 29/11/2021
  • 40000
  • 45000
  • GBP
  • Annually
  • Permanent
  • Derbyshire

Job Details

Our client is a is a multi-disciplinary civil and structural engineering consultancy with Head office in Derbyshire. It was established in 1999 and has gone from strength to strength every year since. They offer civil and structural engineering design services to a range of clients, project types and values. Due to increasing project commissions and appointments, the firm seeks to appoint a full-time Structural Engineer to support the project delivery team.

The ideal candidate would be chartered or almost chartered and have a minimum of 5 years’ recent, relevant UK experience in a consultancy environment in a similar Structural Engineer role and have experience using a range of relevant software packages such as AutoCAD, Trimble Tekla and Structural Designer, Tekla Structures, Autodesk Revit, Microsoft Office suite of programs and more. You will have relevant UK experience of detailed design for a variety of structural works including but not limited to Industrial schemes, residential schemes and commercial schemes as well as knowledge and application of Design Guides, Codes of Practise and Regulations.

In this role you will be responsible for providing high quality concept, preliminary and detailed technical design for foundation and superstructure components, for new build as well as refurbishment and extension schemes, carrying out a range of structural calculations, analysis and designs primarily using Trimble/Tekla Software, preparing Building Regulations calculations packages for submission to the Local Authority and growing the firm’s client base through ongoing relationships and high quality, efficient design solutions.

Our client offers a competitive salary package including company pension, Employee Assistance programme (EAP) and private medical aid (subject to successfully completing the probationary period), they also offer a flexible work from home arrangement with office attendance envisaged at one or two days per week, and an increasing annual leave allocation.