Penguin Recruitment

£34000 - £44000 per annum + Plus Benefits

Senior Structural Engineer – Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy – London

Job Title: Senior Structural Engineer

Location: London

Salary: Competitive (Based on experience)

This creative and innovative East London based Engineering firm is offering a position to a Structural Engineer with over 5 years’ experience. This is an opportunity for someone with proven experience, near Chartership, to gain responsibility and creative control within a tight-knit team. Working within an award-winning company that has a social, yet professional environment.

Requirements for the role include a minimum of five years proven Structural Engineering experience, High aptitude in Structural Engineering design, calculations & specifications in all basic materials. A Desire to take a managerial role in the Company, this includes mentoring junior engineers.

Personal attributes preferred for this role include attention to detail, good communication skills, a willingness to take on responsibility, discipline in working to deadlines, contribution in identifying new business opportunities, organisational skills. The successful applicant must be a project champion. Proactively striving to exceed expectations and become a clear communicator of technical output with clients and design teams.

In this role you will be leading and supporting others in creating innovative and creative Structural solutions. Working on a variety of diverse and exciting projects across sectors such as commercial, residential, Historic reconstruction, Leisure, art & bespoke structures to Staircases.

The Salary and benefits are competitive and dependant on experience.

If working as a core member within an award winning, creative, and innovative team would be of interest to you, please get in touch with Sam Lay-Smith ASAP. Alternatively, if you are interested in other Structural Engineering opportunities, do feel free to contact Sam. DDI: 01792 365 100. Email: .

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