Graduate Structural Engineering
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- The ideal candidate for the role of Graduate Structural Engineering at Arup must have a 2.1 or above degree in Civil, Structural, General or Architectural Engineering, or Engineering Science, and should be studying or have studied an ICE or IStructE accredited course. Passion for structural engineering is also a key requirement.
- The candidate will be responsible for analyzing and designing structural solutions, communicating with team members, continuously learning and developing their skills, planning and delivering work, finding innovative ways of working, building relationships, and promoting sustainable, safe, and environmentally friendly design practices.
- We're looking for people who are curious and ready to evolve how you think and work. Our strength comes from how we respect, share and connect our diverse experiences, perspectives and ideas. At Arup, you belong to an extraordinary collective – in which we encourage individuality to thrive. If you can share your knowledge and ideas and encourage others to do the same; whilst having a desire to deliver excellent services for clients – we'd like to hear from you.
- For this opportunity, we are seeking the following qualifications, skills and attributes:
- Degree in Civil, Structural, General or Architectural Engineering, or Engineering Science, at 2.1 or above
- Studying, or have studied, an ICE or IStructE accredited course
- A passion for structural engineering
2:1 or higher
Area of Responsibilities
- The role includes:
- Analysis: carrying out structural calculations, analysis and modelling.
- Design: finding structural engineering solutions. Choosing structures and details that are economical and practical, that minimise embodied carbon and achieve the project sustainable development goals.
- Communication: through drawings, sketches, digital modelling, calculation documents, building information modelling, meetings, explanations, presentations, discussions, persuasions, emails, written reports, chats and electronic messages.
- Working with teams: cooperating, helping others, taking instructions, giving instructions, solving problems together, thinking beyond the conventional, helping to find new and effective ways to succeed. Treating others with respect, kindness and empathy.
- Learning: the practice of structural engineering, codes of practice, software, materials and construction techniques as well as all the other disciplines and people that are needed to design and deliver a project successfully.
- Planning your work: agreeing deadlines and working together effectively with the rest of the team.
- Taking responsibility: for the quality and timely delivery of your work, for your own learning and professional development, and for your impact on other people.
- Finding new ways of working: finding solutions that are better, faster and cheaper. Learning international best practice in structural engineering design and delivery. Inventing and developing new ideas and new ways of working. Applying scripting and automation and developing bespoke software and spreadsheets.
- Investing time in people: developing relationships with your project team and your peers and everyone in the office. Contributing to the life of the team. Building an effective network outside and inside Arup.
- Working with and living the Arup values: as set out in Ove Arup's Key Speech.
- Working with Arup systems: for quality assurance, format of deliverables, software and so on.
- Minimising negative environmental and safety impacts in your design: pressing clients and collaborators to minimise the carbon impact and to choose designs that minimise risk to the safety of those who construct and live or work in the buildings that we design.
Liverpool, Newcastle, Southampton, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Belfast, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds, London