|Job Ref:||204646941||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Dublin||Address:||Salary:||£45000 - £55000/annum plus benefits||Post Date:||09/10/2016 02:20|
Our client is a leading consulting firm who can boast at being at the forefront in terms of excellence in the development of high end commercial and residential, retail and civil developments. They are considered to be "leading-edge" not only in terms of their design capability but also in terms of the way they are planning to expand their business.|
They currently have a vacancy for a Structural Design Engineer for their operations in Dublin. Ideally this would suit a person who would enjoy working in a strategically expanding company, with great personal opportunities to develop and progress. You will need to have strong structural design skills and have a proven track record within the field of structural design ideally commercial, mixed use, retail and hospitals.
• Your role will be focused on the design and development of residential as well as mixed use building developments all of which will be designed to a very high quality finish.
• Knowledge and experience of NBS or similar specification tool
• Site development design experience for buildings projects (drainage, water, SuDS)
• Knowledge and experience of RIAI forms of contract and IEI Conditions of Engagement for Engineering Consultants.
• You will be conversant with structural analysis software.
• You will be working on projects from start to finish.
• High level of client service and focus on providing a level of design and client attention that will exceed expectation.
• Degree qualified is essential and Chartered status would be an advantage.
• Over 6 years is required.
• Strong attention to detail in relation to your design work
• Ability to work as part of team & also on own initiative.
• Excellent focus on client service and very strong communication skills.
• Existing experience in Ireland would be an advantage but not essential
If you require further information please contact Maeve Curran