Senior Structural Engineer
£38,000 - £44,000 per annum + Benefits (Permanent)
I'm recruiting for a 40 strong consulting engineer in Glasgow as they look to appoint a Senior Structural Engineer to their team.
This is a permanent position and is well suited to a Chartered (or approaching) Structural Engineer who is looking for a chance to work on some stunning commercial developments on your doorstep - within a short walk of your new office, you will be able to see your designs enter construction phase, which is an incredibly rewarding environment to be part of.
The office environment is relaxed, fun, collaborative and offers a great social side to the working day.
* Market leading salaries
* Internal promotion actively encouraged
* Great projects for your portfolio
* Project manage the delivery of multiple projects, of varying scale and complexity
* Coordinate with other project team leaders
* Liaise with clients, conduct site visits and complete written reports
* Assist with the training of Graduate Structural Engineers in your team
* You should be Chartered, or looking to be within the next 12 months or so
* Comfortable working with various structural forms and building materials
* Strong communicator
* Ambitious and career driven
£38,000 to £44,000 + pension, healthcare, life assurance, flexible working and a range of flexible benefits.
You will be supported by the existing directors as you work towards an Associate position offering great career prospects.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
When you hit apply your CV will land in my inbox, at which point, I'll arrange a suitable time to discuss this opportunity with you over the phone.
I'll disclose the name of my client on that initial call, and if you are happy to proceed, only then will I forward your details to my client and arrange an interview.
I may have other similar opportunities on the horizon (not yet advertised) which can be discussed at this point.
If you would rather talk to me before sending a CV, please don't hesitate to call Conrad Consulting (Edinburgh office) and ask for Nick Grayston!