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Graduate Structural Engineer +2 - Cambridge

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Gateley

17d ago

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Cambridge

AI generated summary

  • The ideal candidate for the Graduate Structural Engineer position in Cambridge must have a BSc or MSc in GMIstructE, experience in consulting engineering and architectural practices, knowledge of statutory requirements and technical guidelines, ability to work within deadlines and budgets, strong mathematical and IT skills, problem-solving and project management abilities, and excellent communication skills.
  • The candidate will be responsible for preparing reports and drawings, providing technical advice to clients, obtaining approvals, inspecting work, liaising with professionals, managing projects, ensuring compliance with regulations, and assessing sustainability and environmental impact.

Graduate Job

EngineeringCambridge

Description

  • Gateley Smithers Purslow are looking to recruit a full time Graduate Structural Engineer to join our growing team in Cambridge. This is a busy and varied role providing support to the Engineering Line Manager. The Graduate Structural Engineer will be responsible for handling projects within own level of authority.
  • This position provides a perfect opportunity for the successful candidate to show their ambition, drive and passion for customer service, as well as delivering our values, a professional manner and good interpersonal communication skills are essential.

Requirements

  • Must hold a BSc (Hons) and/or MSc (Hons) GMIstructE
  • Experience and working knowledge of consulting engineering, surveying, architectural & planning practices and procedures supported by an awareness of the latest statutory requirements, technical publications and guidelines.
  • Experience in working to deadlines and within budgets
  • Sound mathematical, scientific and IT skills
  • The ability to think methodically to problem solve and manage projects
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation

Education requirements

Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Preparation of reports, calculations, design and preparation of drawings
  • Provide technical advice to clients
  • Obtaining planning and/or building regulations approval
  • Monitoring and inspecting work undertaken by contractors
  • Liaising with other professionals such as architects
  • Maintaining client relationships by providing excellent customer service and managing expectations
  • Administering contracts and managing projects
  • Inspection and surveys of client properties and sites.
  • Ensuring that all projects comply with legal requirements including CDM2015, Part wall, Listed buildings
  • Assessment of sustainability and environmental impact of projects
  • At all times to comply with the requirements of the Company’s administrative, personnel procedures and Health & Safety regulations

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Cambridge