An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Graduate Civil Design Engineer at this award winning, multi-disciplinary engineering practice based in their Forest Row office, in East Sussex. The team provide excellent cutting edge services across civil, structural, infrastructure and water.The practice is well known for its involvement in social housing schemes but also has extensive involvement in education and retail projects.This role will be taking a focus on residential projects and will see a high volume of pre-planning design work through to detailed design and construction. Any knowledge of producing Flood risk assessments would be ideal.The role will include:Appraisal of Highway and Drainage design schemes and identification of key issuesUse of Micro drainage analysis and design software, including Flood FlowPreparation of concise Flood Risk AssessmentsConsultations with EA on drainage, FRA's, SUDS, etc.Highway design for adoption, including liaison with Agencies, completion of 38/S278 informationDrainage appraisals, detail design (infrastructure, main sewers, private drainage)
The company offer an attractive benefits package including:26 days holiday (excluding bank holidays) rising to 30 days after 5 yearsA day's leave on your birthday if it falls on a working dayFree healthcare and life assurance after a successful 6 months probationary periodA pension schemeChildcare VouchersPayment of subscriptions to professional bodies
You should have a good degree in Civil Engineering and some relevant work experience would be useful, but not essential.
Please apply and send me your CV!
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