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Our client is offering a passionate Structural Engineer the opportunity to work on the conservation of some of Edinburgh's most iconic historic buildings and the design of modern structures.
The successful Structural Engineer will join a small design office of 15 problem solving engineers based in central Edinburgh, a short 15-minute walk from Princes Street.
The Structural Engineer will be given creative freedom to influence the design process and on occasion take the lead role on certain projects.
The ideal candidate will be problem solver with a genuine interest in conservation and historic building design.
The Structural Engineer profile is someone that will be comfortable working alone, managing own workloads and collaboratively with other engineers in the office. As a Structural Engineer you will report directly to the two directors although, all members of the office are happy to offer support and mentoring.
Although, working from home is a genuine option, the two directors are keen to be hands on and believe that this creates a close-knit design office environment.
- £35,000 - £40,000
- 32 days annual leave
- Annual salary reviews
- Annual company bonus
- 5% Pension
- Unique conservation projects
- Healthy project pipeline
- Support to achieve chartership
WHAT IS 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 - we appreciate the value of your information and treat it with confidentiality.
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!