Our client is a thriving engineering consultancy based in Glasgow and due to a healthy project pipeline, that secures work for several years they are looking to appoint an Associate Director.
Within this role you will be responsible for managing a small team of around 5 engineers, mentoring junior members, and ensuring that all projects are completed as per client briefs on time, to budget and to the highest possible standards.
Typical projects include a variation of the following, retail stores (Lidl framework), bespoke residential developments, large framework projects (SSE/National Grid), Industrial estates and various local council works such a foot bridges, schools and mixed-use parks to highlight a few.
As you will be responsible for ensuring that all projects are delivered in line with Scottish building laws, you must have SER Certification to be considered for the role.
Although hybrid working is a genuine option, the directors like their more experienced staff to be physically present as much as possible to ensure that best practise can be shared instantly.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR PROFILE
- A degree in Structural/Civil Engineering
- MIStructE status
- SER Registration
- Experience within a similar role
- Strong communication skills
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR RESPONSIBILITIES
- Meet clients ensuring projects are completed as per brief, on time and to the highest standards
- Prepare and direct designs, specifications, and progress reports
- Develop, train and mentor more junior engineers
- Attract new clients and produce tender/bid documents
- Attend networking events
- £70,000 - £75,000
- Company Pension
- Annual bonus
- Life assurance
- Hybrid working
- Option to purchase additional AL
- 25-day annual leave + Public holidays
Although this role is intended for their Glasgow office, our client is happy to discuss the possibility of working from other locations - call me to find out more information if the above is of interest.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
When you hit apply your CV will land in my inbox, at which point, I'll arrange a suitable time to discuss this opportunity with you over the phone.
I'll disclose the name of my client on that initial call, and if you are happy to proceed, only then will I forward your details to my client and arrange an interview.
I may have other similar opportunities on the horizon (not yet advertised) which can be discussed at this point.
If you would rather talk to me before sending a CV, please don't hesitate to call Conrad Consulting (Edinburgh office) and ask for Connor Sandison!