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  • Principal Structural Engineer United Kingdom
  • Bureau Veritas Group in United Kingdom, , United Kingdom
  • jobs
  • 2 weeks ago

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Job Title: Principal Structural Engineer

Location: Southeast

Salary: £60-£65k per annum + car allowance + London Weighting allowance + fantastic benefits including enhanced maternity/ paternity and sick pay

About Us

At Bureau Veritas CSR is embedded in our DNA. Our mission is to reduce our clients’ risks, improve their performance and help them innovate to meet the challenges of quality, health & safety, environmental protection, and social responsibility.

Our goal is to build a team that looks like the world around us, and we want our people to stay and grow when they join us. As part of our efforts to build a world of trust for everyone, we build diversity, equity, and inclusion into our work and we aim to cultivate a true sense of belonging.

About the Role

We are looking for chartered Structural or Civil Structural Engineer, with a strong technical background and an ability to demonstrate a professional competency in structural engineering. An experience of working on a wide... range of projects encompassing superstructures and substructures. Must have an ability to design and inspect steel, concrete, masonry and timber structures to British and Eurocode Standards.

The role will be to carry out structural inspections, plus monitor and manage others within the team.

To assist the Technical Director and Department Head in running the Structural Engineering Team, expanding its workload, and gaining new opportunities.

Responsibilities will include:

Design audits of whole or elements of projects

Technical responsibility

Line Management of engineering staff

Carry out design audits and risk appraisals

Carry out structural inspections

Meeting attendance

Day-to-day running of projects

Keep up to date with developments in civil structures, and structural engineering standards

Technical report writing

Must have good communication skills in order to have interaction with clients and other design team members

Willingness to travel

Ability to carry out structural inspections of a variety of structures

Candidate requirements include:

Experience & Skills Required:

Degree in civil or structural Engineering.

Member of a professional institution, ICE or IStructE

Chartered status, CEng

Demonstrable experience in civil and structural engineering

Good communication skills and ability to write technical reports

Detailed knowledge of relevant design codes

Experience in structural inspections

Ability to work in a team, giving guidance and support and training as and when necessary.

Enthusiasm for engineering quality and improvement

Project management experience an advantage

Full UK driving licence

Ability and flexibility to travel

Qualifications Required:

Degree in civil or structural Engineering.

Member of a professional institution, ICE or IStructE

Chartered status, CEng

What’s in it for me?

We offer both core and flexible benefits, a competitive salary, and industry leading training and development to support you throughout your career.

Potential for suitable candidate to be promoted to Associate Director within 12 months.

Core benefits include:

25x Days Annual Leave + Bank Holidays

Private medical

Life assurance

Professional membership subscription

Enhanced Maternity and Paternity leave

Employee Assistance Programme

2x Days paid volunteering a year

Flexible benefits include:

Electric Car Scheme

Cycle to Work

Tech scheme

Travel insurance

Dental insurance

Gym and retail discounts

option to buy and sell holiday

Give As You Earn scheme
United Kingdom

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