6 days left
- Full Time
A leading specialist architectural metalwork company working on large high profile commercial and residential developments in London and the South East.
We specialise in the design, manufacture, supply and installation of architectural metalwork, structural steelwork, bespoke and standard metalwork, sheet metalwork in both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and a wide range of architectural glass and glazing systems.
We are now seeking to recruit an experienced Chartered Structural Engineer (MICE or IStructE) to work from our new modern Central London office near Barbican tube station.
Reporting to the Design Director, this is a key role within our busy Design Department. You will be working on a diverse construction project portfolio.
Producing structural calculations to Structural Eurocodes and British standards.
Designing structures efficiently using all main materials including structural glass.
Liaising with internal designers to produce designs and working with the design team to ensure successful project delivery.
Apply expert knowledge to advise on impact of using different materials on design of structures and how to improve their structural integrity.
Essential skills and knowledge
- Chartered Engineer (MICE or IStructE)
- Experience of design in glass and steel from concept to completion
- Experience of working on a range of construction projects
- Detailed knowledge of EuroCodes and Building Regulations
- Strong analytical, problem-solving and 3-dimensional conceptual skills
- Experience of using CAD software platforms such as Advanced Steel, Tekla, Solidworks or AutoCAD
- Master Series structural design software or equivalent preferable
- Good standard of literacy and numeracy
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy
- Team player with an enthusiastic approach
- The job provides an opportunity to develop your experience further in a friendly, well established, successful and growing business working on highly prestigious construction projects.
NO AGENCIES PLEASE.
Closing date for applications: Friday 29 September