Infrastructure Technicians

Recruiter
Rullion Engineering Glasgow
Location
Glasgow
Salary
£20000 - £28000/annum
Posted
16 Jun 2017
Closes
16 Jul 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
JOB TITLE: Infrastructure Technician
LOCATION: Glasgow
SALARY/RATE AND BENEFITS: £20,000 - £28,000

COMPANY INFORMATION:
A leading Global Design Consultancy with a strong, growing portfolio of work in Scotland is looking to recruit Infrastructure Technician to join its team in Glasgow. Variety of projects.

ROLE INFORMATION:
- Provide infrastructure design and engineering details.
- Liaise with other members of staff and the design team to achieve a coordinated design.
- Undertake detailing using a range of software packages.
- Develop detailing and co-ordination skills to further develop and enhance their experience and capabilities.
- Provide infrastructure engineering design and detailing of roads, drainage, site levels together with ground modelling and SUDS design.
- Produce infrastructure design using PDS ground modelling software and integrate same with Windes Microdrainage.
- Undertake detailing to Technical Approval submission standards for Roads and Drainage Consents.

YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
- HNC/HND in Civil Engineering.
- Construction industry experience.
- Communication and numerical skills required.
- Flexible and enthusiastic approach to working within a team structure.
- Confidence and ability to maximise the level of responsibility taken on projects, small and large.
- Interest and capability in working with Revit would be a distinct advantage.

Since 1978, Rullion has been securing exceptional candidates for a range of clients; from large well-known brands, to SMEs and start ups. As a family-owned business, Rullion's approach is credible and honest, focused on building long-lasting relationships with both clients and candidates.

Rullion is a forward-thinking recruitment company that specialises in providing a wide range of talent consultancy services to a diverse client base; from small start-ups to large household names