City of London, London
Up to £0.00 per annum
3 months ago
My client's Civil Engineering team pride ourselves on our exemplary track record of designing innovative and sustainable civil engineering and infrastructure solutions, focused on improving and protecting the environment in which we live, while providing the facilities for day-to-day life, ensuring that transport and industry function effectively.
As one of the longest established of My client's many disciplines, the Civil Engineering team are a source of world leading expertise - and offer a pro-active and collaborative approach to skill development, and professional excellence.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Civil Infrastructure Engineer to join our London Office (St Pauls) to play a leading role in the design of some of the most exciting and prestigious civil engineering design projects in the UK and worldwide.
Working alongside a team of specialist engineers and technicians, as well as colleagues across a range of engineering disciplines, you will ensure the delivery of technically excellent and profitable projects.
You will take responsibility for all aspects of design across a numerous and varied portfolio of civil engineering projects, concerned predominantly with infrastructure within the built environment.
Educated to degree level in Civil or Structural Engineering (MEng or BEng), and having already achieved or working towards achieving chartership with the Institute of Civil Engineers, you should have demonstrable experience in a Civil Engineering role within a consultancy environment, and be well versed in relevant civil design software such as AutoCAD, PDS and Civil CAD3D.
You should have relevant experience in civil engineering design relating to the built environment, including hydraulics and geotechnics, and crucially - have a passion for creative and intuitive design.
The candidate will possess both technical knowledge and managerial ability with a proven track record in being able to successfully deliver projects on time and within budgetary constraints.