Associate Structural Engineer

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
Up to £62,500 + Benefits
Posted
06 Jan 2017
Closes
03 Feb 2017
Ref
51116
Specialism
Structural
Job Type
Permanent

50-strong niche Structural Engineer based in Central London has a requirement for an Associate-level Structural Engineer to join one of its expanding teams working on new commissions recently won

Candidates will need to be Chartered with IStructE and/or ICE and must have extensive structural engineering design, project and team-running experience gained in London consultancy. They should be design-focused and capable of working with high-demanding Architects as well as interfacing with other external consultants and clients.

Current workload is a wide spread of both new-build and refurbishment projects across several sectors of building structures both in the UK and internationally. Many of the consultancies projects are award-winning with clever structural solutions working on the boundaries of structural engineering and architecture with sustainable solutions.

Top base salary and benefits combined with the chance to work for one of London’s best design-focused consultancies in a relaxed dress-down studio environment with scope for career development as the consultancy expands to 100 over the next 5 years.

ISTRUCTE STRUCTURAL AWARDS 2016

Walker Dendle Technical Recruitment is for the 6th year running, sponsoring one of the Structural Awards in 2016 by IStructE and this year we have again chosen  to sponsor the “Award for Community and Residential Structures"

We are again an official sponsor of the awards and we are keen to continue to offer our support to the industry through this sponsorship.

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