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Structural Engineer

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Posted: 29/01/2016
Reference: 737555
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol, England (map)
Salary: £25000 - £35000
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On behalf of our client, a global, multi-discipline engineering consultancy, Fusion People are looking to recruit a Structural Engineer to join a vibrant office in central Bristol.

Candidates will be expected to report directly to and to assist and support the Principle Engineer in charge of the project within the wider structural team in Bristol.

Primarily, this will be a technical design and report preparation role but with the opportunity to manage your own work. You will be given responsibility for the technical and self management of your own project work as well as acting as part of a team working on elements of major commissions that the client has procured. 

The client is looking for an Engineer with a minimum of two years experience working in the UK. You will bring to this role an enthusiastic and professional approach to solving Structural Engineering problems and preparing Structural reports. You will have demonstrated experience and an understanding of design involving key elements of structures and preferably to Eurocode Standards. Your technical knowledge should include the use of technical design software and it would be useful to be able to review/ amend using AutoCad or Revit software.

This is a unique opportunity to become a part of a growing team that are responsible for generating their own work and also undertake work generated by other parts of the Engineering and wider business. 

In return for your dedication, you’ll enjoy a quality total remuneration package, including contributory pension, health cover and flexible working options

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