Structural Design Engineer

Probe UK Ltd
Up to £47,000 per annum Up to £47,000pa (Based on level and experience
14 Oct 2016
22 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Are you a Structural Engineer ready for management responsibility? This Civil and Structural Design Consultant have a history that goes back for more than 20 years with an excellent reputation on service from the belief that many clients were dissatisfied with the traditional reactive response of Engineers. The company aims to have an active involvement in projects within the built environment and have grown steadily over the years with project commissions up to a value of £20M, and a varied portfolio which includes workload in the Civil, Structural and Highway Sectors, and also involved in Geotechnical, Planning and Telecommunications projects. DUTIES: This company are urgently seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Structural Engineer who is has the ability to lead their own team of Technicians and Graduates, candidates are required to have proven UK consulting experience in the design of various building structures, to join their existing design team working on various Commercial and Education sector Buildings. The company workload is varied and consists of projects up to £25m, in a broad range of sectors and will give you the opportunity to utilise and develop your skills and work closely with other professionals and clients from inception to completion. REQUIREMENTS: You should have experience of building structure design and the desire to work on projects using all the major construction materials and possess excellent communication skills. Knowledge of various Structural Design software packages such as or similar to TEDDS, Structural Desiginer, Pro Steel, STAAD, Master Series and Autocad is essential with knowledge and experience in British Standards, together with Eurocodes. A determination to succeed and progress is essential. Salary and benefits are negotiable for the right candidate, together with opportunities for progression within the company This job was originally posted as