Senior Structural Engineer

Penguin Recruitment
£40000 - £50000 per annum + Attractive Benefits
09 May 2017
13 May 2017
Senior Structural Edinburgh- Mixed Use DevelopmentsRef MR302ExeterSalary up to £50,000 BenefitsA brilliant opportunity has arisen for an experienced Senior Structural Engineer to join a successful, well-established, Civil and Structural Design Consultancy in a vibrant, friendly Structural Design team in Exeter. Working on an interesting mix of large scale residential, commercial, industrial and healthcare developments, you'll assist in working on a variety of interesting ventures from inception through to completion stage. Our client is offering a friendly and supportive work environment actively encouraging candidates to progress and develop towards Chartership.In order to be considered for this Senior Structural Engineer role you will;Have gained a strong Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering (A Masters being preferred)You'll have a minimum of 4-5 years (or more) consultancy experiencedYou'll be Chartered or working towards CEng statusYou will work well as part of a close knit design teamYou will have strong communication skills both written and verbalYou'll have previous experience working on building structures venturesWorking as a Senior Structural Engineer you will;Assist in leading structural design projectsConduct site visitsGenerate survey reportsAssist in fee and bid proposalsAttend client liaison meetingsContinue your personal development towards ChartershipWork on projects from inception through to completion stageFor this Senior Structural Engineer role our client is offering;Competitive starting salaryRegular pay reviewsA friendly and supportive teamFlexible work arrangementsDiscretionary bonusesAssistance towards ChartershipThe option to work in a beautiful part of the country In order to discuss this experienced Senior Structural Engineer role and other similar roles within the Building Structures sector please call MIKAELA on 01792 341104 or email your CV to

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