£30000 - £45000 per annum + excellent benefits
6 months ago
Role: Civil CAD Designer / Civil Draughtsman w/concrete and/or steel structures experience - Hinkley 'C' nuclear power station project
Location: North West Bristol, 2 minutes drive off of M4/M5 motorway junction or Hinkley 'C' site near Bridgwater, Somerset
Salary: £30000 - 45000 + good benefits including bonus, generous pension and relocation assistance
Start: From June 2020 onwards (due to need to obtain security clearance)
An exciting opportunity exists for experienced Civil CAD Engineers / Civil Designers with large concrete and/or Steel structures design experience to work for our client, a company at the forefront of the UK nuclear new build industry who, as an end client, will be responsible for the design and construction of the next fleet of nuclear power stations in the UK.
Our client is looking for experience Civil CAD Designers with experience of work on large construction / build projects with major civils and concrete structures elements (e.g. large structures, power stations, large office buildings, ships, oil and gas plants, ect)
Experience of temporary works (e.g. formwork) design would be advantageous. Skills in AutoCAD 2D are required, whilst experience with PDMS (especially), Tekla an/or Revit, and/or previous nuclear industry experience would be very useful, though are not essential to being considered however.
For the right candidate, our client can offer a competitive salary along with an excellent benefits package (including bonus, 25 days holiday, a very generous pension and possible relocation assistance) and the opportunity to work at the forefront of the UK nuclear new build industry for a respected and ambitious company with excellent career development and advancement prospects.
MORSON INTERNATIONAL, part of the Morson Group, are the leading TECHNICAL & ENGINEERING RECRUITMENT COMPANY in the UK specialising in Technical Support to the following industries: Nuclear, Power Generation, Aerospace, Rail, Marine, Petrochemical & Construction