|Job Ref:||204749054||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||£50000/annum Salary based on experience)||Post Date:||07/10/2016 04:23|
Fantastic opportunity to be an integral part of an award winning, established civil and structural engineering consultancy that have over 35 years industry experience. Acknowledged as a leading engineering consultancy in the South East, their practice operates from their head office in Sussex and also have a busy, vibrant office in Central London. Due to organic growth this well-known company are actively seeking a Civil Engineer who has practical experience in the design of drainage infrastructure schemes related to various commercial buildings. |
Due to a successful project portfolio and organic growth, this company are looking for an experienced civil engineer to join their busy civil and drainage infrastructure team in the central London office. The consultancy is looking for a civil engineer with practical experience and a background in road and drainage design for residential and commercial building structure projects. This diverse role will give you the opportunity to work across all phases of designs from feasibility to detailed design on projects varying from Central London to rural sprawling developments. Applicants should be versed in, or wish to advance in adoptable Highways and Drainage Designs, Flood Risk Assessment, Ground Modelling and Sustainable Civil Engineering strategies.
Candidates must be familiar with negotiations for Section 104, 106, 38 and 278 agreements and proficient in the use of drainage and infrastructure design software. Applicants must be able to complete detailed private and adoptable road and drainage designs, be knowledgeable in surface water attenuation calculations and familiar with the latest SUDs techniques.
This company are prepared to offer very competitive remuneration packages and, potentially, both staff and contract personnel would be considered