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REF: GV090612

Highways Design Engineer

£35,000 - £38,000 per annum (Permanent)

City of London

Our client is a global engineering consultancy firm who are well-known within the industry for their extensive Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, Construction & Digital engineering expertise. They are currently working have an opening for a Highways Design Engineer to join the them on a full-time permanent basis.

You will join a team who work on major prestigious highways projects and this opportunity will therefore enable you to advance your career whilst achieving personal growth and development.

This will initially be on a working from home basis but will eventually move to flexible working with between 1-3 days in the office with the remainder from home.


* Manual of Contract Documents for Highway Works including use of Specification for Highway Works and the Standard Method of Measurement.
* Undertaking feasibility studies including preparing reports, cost estimates, investigating problems, and identifying of options.
* Supervising and monitoring works on site,
* To meet the requirements of programmes of work, to meet clients' needs and to respond to targets set by others,
* To assist in preparing fee estimates and bid work.


* A degree in Civil Engineering,
* Experience in highway design engineering including geometric design of roads, roundabouts & junctions to DMRB and SHW,
* Experience and proficiency with Civils 3D is essential for this role,
* An extensive knowledge and understanding of the relevant legislation, standards and procedures,
* Experience of earthworks cut/fill,
* Experience of drainage design, SuDs and utilities diversions,
* A working knowledge of standard highway and civil engineering specifications, conditions of contract and methods of measurement.

If you aspire to join a large international consultancy working on complex & iconic projects across various sectors then this could be the role for you

To apply for this Highways Design Engineer vacancy, please send an updated CV to Graham Ventham.

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