Graduate/Assistant Infrastructure Engineer

Hampshire (GB)
£28000 - £32000
13 Jun 2018
13 Jul 2018
Civil Engineer
Contract Type
Full Time



A world renowned  currently working on a wide range of projects across all sectors both in the UK and abroad. To support the Practice’s continued growth

and development we are looking to recruit a  civil engineer with 1-3 years’ post-graduate experience (or equivalent knowledge level) to join our team of design engineers.

The role will involve the preparation of preliminary and detailed design of civil engineering

infrastructure including roads and drainage in accordance with statutory requirements, national and international standards and codes of practice. The successful candidate will assist in the preparation of planning applications, compliance requirements, tender documents and procurement of specialist surveys; managing smaller scale projects, monitoring construction activities and interfacing with public and private clients.

The ideal candidate is self-motivated, works independently as well as part of a team, is enthusiastic,friendly and has the desire to develop with us as the Practice grows.

Experience and qualifications

• Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering.

• Applicants must have a minimum 1-3 years post-graduate experience working in a civil

engineering or consultancy role. Candidates who do not have 1-3 years’ experience but can demonstrate the necessary skills may apply and will be considered.

• Working on development infrastructure – foul & surface water drainage design, SUDS

design, road specifications, flood risk assessments.

• Familiarity with current safety and health (construction) legislation.

• A working knowledge of relevant software, including Microsoft Project, Excel and Word,

Micro Drainage and Autocad.

• Knowledge of Revit, Vehicle Tracking, Civils3D and Cut & Fill Analysis would be an advantage.

Key skills, characteristics and attributes

• Ability to effectively communicate with clients, colleagues and build effective working

relationships while taking ownership and responsibility for designated projects.

• A proactive approach to solving problems with an ability to adapt to changing scenarios.

• Excellent communication and report writing skills.

• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

• Attention to detail and high level of accuracy.

• Self-motivated, reliable and dedicated.

• Enthusiastic, friendly and fun. 

For second to none training and fast track career progression, please contact Mohamed Elgarf on 0203 4901532 or e-mail your CV to 

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