Structural engineering consultancy based in West London are expanding and require one experienced graduate structural and one project/senior structural engineer to join their team. Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be out at meetings clients with architects and attending site visits/conducting surveys. You will be working on challenging and varied buildings projects in all the main materials, mainly high end residential and commercial schemes up to £3-4m.The office is a small team in a very nice location near the town centre 10 mins walk overground or tube links. Excellent training for Chartership and career development with this firm and an opportunity to gain real hands on design experience, take responsibility and be involved in all aspects of your projects.They are really nice practice, currently 12 staff with plans to grow to around 15 staff provided they can find the right people. They are a financially stable firm who own their own building! They work on various challenging and complex engineering projects. They have a very flexible attitude - staff work flexible hours, they have an annual trip away abroad paid for by the company (they have been to Venice/Brussels/Budapest), the offer good training (courses etc), bonus scheme (in recent years has been 10% of annual salary) and a dynamic work environment. They want people who want to work in a varied role where they will be involved in all aspects of structural engineering. Cycle parking available, public transport nearby and free street parking too.You will have several years experience working with a structural design practice, an MEng or MSc from a reputable University in Civil and Structural Engineering essential along with the full right to work in the UK.Candidates already in London will be given priority. You will be expected to use Autocad as part of your role, so experience of drawing work is also essential.
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