Experienced Graduate Structural Engineer

24000.00 - 29000.00 GBP Annual + Benefits
Closing date
1 Dec 2021

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Engineering & Aerospace
Role Type
Graduate, Other work and training
Experienced Graduate Structural Engineer


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Salary up to GBP29,000 + Benefits

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Graduate Structural Engineer to join a vibrant Civil and Structural Design Consultancy based in St Helens.

As a forward-thinking practice, they are entering an exciting stage of development and are expanding their Structures team. They currently undertake high profile commercial, healthcare, educational and residential projects, including new builds, refurbishments and extensions. With a broad client base including valuable private clients with long standing relationships you will be joining a friendly, hard-working, and supportive design team.

They are currently seeking an ambitious Graduate Structural Engineer to develop their career and become a key part of the business.

You will have a minimum 2:1 degree in Civil or Structural Engineering and be a self-starter with excellent communication and organisation skills. You will be a good team player who will enjoy working as part of a dynamic, growing team. You will have a minimum of 1-2 years (or more) experience in a design office having gained experience designing using steel, concrete, timber and masonry. Previous experience using CAD and or/Tekla/TEDDS would be an advantage.

It will be highly beneficial if you're local to the office*

For this Graduate Structural Engineer role our client is offering;

A competitive starting salary
Training towards Chartership
Pension contribution
Payment of professional subscriptions
Training and mentoring
Social activities with work
Bonus schemesIn order to discuss this Graduate Structural Engineer role and other similar roles with Building Structures please call MIKAELA on (phone number removed) or email your CV to

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