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Associate Director (Structures)

Employer
Conrad Consulting Ltd
Location
Cambridge, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
3 Feb 2021

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Are you an experienced Principal /Associate Structural Engineer who has led and successfully delivered structures projects and is looking to take the next step in your career?

Our client is a leading multi- disciplinary consultancy based in Cambridge with an excellent reputation in the industry and they have a unique opportunity for an Associate Director to join the growing structures team in their Cambridge office on a full-time permanent basis.

They are looking for an enthusiastic, driven & charismatic individual who will head up this team and take it forward.

Key responsibilities:

Working as technical lead, managing and leading projects,
Responsible for growing workload and managing structures projects with existing and new clients.Requirements:

A degree in civil or structural engineering,
A Chartered Engineer within a relevant institution (MIStructE or MICE),
Excellent technical capability with a successful record of delivery,
A role model in the management and delivery of profitable and technically excellent projects,
A proven track record over a period of several years of managing structures projects,
Proven experience of technical leadership and managing small teams,
Experience of establishing strong client relationships and repeat business opportunities.They need a leader - someone who can come in and hit the ground running, instilling confidence in the team whilst demonstrating good communication skills and a positive attitude to their role.

For further information regarding this great opportunity, or a confidential chat, please contact Graham Ventham on (phone number removed) or send him an updated CV
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