Graduate Civil Engineer
How would you like to work for a multi award winning engineering consultancy who promote independent thinking and creative designs?
We are supporting a design practice based in the city of London with expertise on a wide range of building, infrastructure and masterplanning projects. They have collaboratively designed bridges, Skyscrapers, commercial and residential developments, educational buildings, and airports.
The consultancy has a rapidly growing pipeline of work thus are looking to expand by adding a Graduate Civil Engineer to their Infrastructure team.
You will be a graduate with 0-2 years post-graduation design experience with the ability to think through complex problems and embrace creative and appropriate solutions. You will have a strong tool building capability and working towards becoming a Senior Engineer.
Strong analytical and research skills
Experience in negotiating with Statutory Authorities
Strong IT skills along with an ability to interpret and work with maps, plans and drawings
Experience of design software commonly used in the design of infrastructure associated with building-based projects. This could include Autodesk Civil 3D, AutoCAD, Revit, Micro- Drainage/WinDES etc.
Experience of design software used in energy and environmental analysis (IES VE, JPA SAP, Ladybug, Honeybee, DIVA, EnergyPlus etc.)
Experience of 3D parametric modelling such as Rhino/Grasshopper
Awareness of BIM and its application on projects
A good understanding of sustainable development practice
The ability to work both individually and as part of a multidisciplinary team whilst taking responsibility for the quality of their work
The ability to liaise directly with clients, architects, and other parties in the project's professional team
The ability to communicate confidently and to be able to adapt their approach to suit the specific situation
GBP28,000 - GBP32,000
Comprehensive pension scheme
Flexible working including 9-day fortnight scheme
Private medical insurance with access to WeCare 24/7 GP access
Cycle to work scheme
For more information, please send a CV to Kenny at (url removed)