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REF: JO0000005703

Principal Civil Engineer

£48,000.00 - £55,000.00 per annum + plus flexible benefits (Permanent)

Abingdon, Oxfordshire

You've been designing roads and drainage for a few years now, but are stuck in a role that doesn't offer you enough in terms of career progression.

You're looking to progress to a Principal Civil Engineer level as part of a company that can support your development further. Somewhere there is an opportunity to realise your ambition of becoming an Associate, or even a Director over the next few years.

Working collaboratively with a well-established and highly-technical design team, you'll liaise with developers, architects and local authorities on infrastructure projects up to £50m in value.

You'll also be given the opportunity to work with freedom and autonomy, free from the corporate characteristics of larger consultancies, allowing you to grow as a Civil Engineer with regular in-house CPD and a culture of training and development.

Here, you'll also enjoy the social side of work, with frequent team away days and meals/drinks laid on for you and your team.

You'll receive:

* Salary of up to £55,000 per annum

* 25 days' holiday with the option to buy and sell extra days

* Free parking!

The benefits are too many to list just here, but also include long service awards, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, death in service and a pension scheme matched up to 5%.

You'll use your experience of highway design in AutoCAD and ideally Civil 3D or PDS, as well as your knowledge of SuDS design using Windes Microdrainage to deliver a high quality Infrastructure project that you can take pride in.

These are the things you set out to achieve as a Civil Engineer working in Infrastructure design.

Great news - the opportunity exists and is just a phone call away.

You don't have to have your CV up to date, but we do need to talk about your next career step. Call Darryl Yates at Conrad Consulting today on 07715 534277, or click apply to start the conversation.

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