Senior Structural Engineer/Associate
A senior structural engineer to Associate/Associate Director level candidate is sought to join the London office of this dynamic, creative and ambitious structural engineering practice. The practice has won various awards, IStructE, RIBA and RSUA and are proud to be in the NCE Top 100.
The London office has modern studio style work space in the heard of the design district in EC1. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal yet productive and progressive. The company offer a relaxed dress code and flexible working hours. They play music (quietly) in the office and provide free fruit, posh coffee, excellent training/CPD and there are plenty of regular social functions, company trips etc.
Projects are often architecturally led and normally from repeat business clients. They work on various buildings structures schemes, commercial, residential, schools projects and some more unusual structures too. The work is a good mix of refurb and new build. Projects in London are currently up to around £18m in value and commonly average £3-4m.
This role will be for a key player to join the London business. The firm is well established with over 30 staff in total and senior personnel who are MIStructE, MICE and MIEI qualified. The London office is now the growth area focus and plans to build up to approx. 20 staff in the next few years (currently stands at 7).
The firm are known for their flexible and pro-active approach towards working with fellow architects, artists, designers, developers and contractors.
If you might like to become a part of this award winning team, please apply or contact Sam Davis on 0203 680 0640 to discuss.
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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