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Experienced Graduate Structural Engineer

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11d ago

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  • The ideal candidate for the Experienced Graduate Structural Engineer position should have a relevant engineering degree and some experience in building design and infrastructure. They should possess strong programming and data processing skills, the ability to present complex concepts effectively, and a keen interest in digital automation and sustainable design. Additionally, the candidate should have excellent communication, adaptability, and a proactive and growth-oriented mindset.
  • In this role, the experienced graduate structural engineer at Ramboll will contribute to overall building design, develop digital tools, communicate engineering concepts to clients, mitigate project risks, monitor design implementation, and pursue professional development.

Graduate Job



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  • As a graduate structural engineer at Ramboll, you will be involved in some of the UK’s most innovative and intricate projects. Each day as a graduate will offer new opportunities and challenges, ensuring no two days feel the same. You will be involved in the design and delivery of buildings, including the component parts of the structure, as well as monitoring the implementation of the design throughout the entire project lifecycle, from initial concepts to visits on site.
  • As a graduate structural engineer in Southampton, you will be part of a talented, fun and diverse team in Southampton working on a range of structures including healthcare, higher education, stations and heritage. Current examples of the some of the exciting projects being delivered from the Southampton office include the Sport and Wellness extension to the Jubilee Sports centre at the University of Southampton, the new Emergency Department at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth and various railway station upgrades for both Transport for London and Network Rail.
  • As ‘The Partner of Sustainable Change’ we put sustainability at the forefront of our projects. We encourage our employees to go above and beyond current sustainable practices to deliver sustainable change.
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  • From the moment you join Ramboll, we will support your personal and professional development so that you grow with the company. For this role, we believe your starting point is:
  • A BEng, MEng or MSc level degree in a relevant engineering subject
  • Some experience in the design of buildings and associated infrastructure, and an active curiosity around primary construction materials (steel, concrete and/or timber) and emerging / innovative materials.
  • Demonstrable aptitude to learn computer programming languages and complex data manipulation and processing
  • Ability to summarise and present complex engineering concepts via different channels
  • An interest in Digital Automation and Optimisation
  • Understanding and application of sustainable design practices
  • Personal qualities that will help you succeed in this role include flexibility and adaptability, a growth mindset, a positive attitude, proactivity, creativity, good communication skills, willingness and ability to learn, curiosity, enthusiasm, and reliability.
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Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Contribute to the overall design and delivery of buildings, including the component parts of the structure
  • Identify opportunities for digital automation and/or optimisation of building systems, interfaces and /or their components parts
  • Develop digital tools and approaches to leverage these opportunities
  • Translate complex engineering concepts and solutions into presentations, reports, sketches, drawings and infographics that communicate their essence and demonstrate their value to our clients and key stakeholders
  • Learn to identify potential health & safety, design, sustainability and commercial risks on our projects and contribute towards mitigating them
  • Monitor the implementation of design throughout the entire project lifecycle, from initial concepts to visits on site
  • Proactively pursue continuous professional development including working towards chartership with a recognised institution
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Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • Hybrid & Flexible Working
  • 27 days holiday per year + 8 days bank holiday
  • Professional subscription + support on becoming chartered
  • Range of employee benefits such as cycle-to-work scheme, private medical insurance, discounted taste card subscription, gym flex and many more.
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Rolling basis