|Job Ref:||EMP352761||Employer:||Matchtech Group plc.||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Manchester||Address:||Post Code:||M13||Salary:||£28,000 - £35,000/year||Post Date:||19/10/2016 21:31|
A new opportunity has arisen with our client, an international engineering & design consultancy, for an experienced Highway Design Engineer for their growing highway design team in Manchester to lead and support on a number of highway and infrastructure projects. |
Experience working on highway or infrastructure projects
• Managing your own design tasks and providing input to multi-disciplinary design teams
• Working with teams and clients to successfully navigate the design approval processes, including the discharge of associated conditions
• Demonstrating and developing your technical skills and providing assistance and advice
• Controlling your own programme of tasks and budgets
• Presenting technical advice to team leaders, project managers and clients as appropriate.
• Assisting senior staff on major schemes and with business development
• Proactively liaising with and reporting to your line manager and/or project manager/director
• Ideally chartered, or be progressing towards chartered engineer status or incorporated engineer status with ICE or CIHT.
• You must have demonstrable design experience in highways or infrastructure.
• Additionally you will also have technical skills in one or more areas of technical capability such as alignment, drainage, pavement, signs and road markings.
You will also need:
• Commercial awareness, with experience of financial reporting connected to your work
• Able to work to a client brief or project manager’s instruction to produce a sound engineering proposal.
• Knowledge of highway design standards (DMRB).
• Experience of working for one of the following: Highways Agency, local authorities or private developers
• Full awareness of H&S legislation and how it is applied to the design process
To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK