Associate Civil Infrastructure Engineer

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Location
Hertfordshire
Salary
Up to £60,000 + Benefits
Posted
07 Oct 2016
Closes
04 Nov 2016
Ref
50961
Function
Engineer
Job Type
Permanent

Premier Structural & Civil Engineers with an office in Hertfordshire has a requirement for an Associate-level Civil Infrastructure Engineer to join the rapidly expanding business at it develops new teams.

Candidates will need to be Chartered with ICE and will have gained in their career good design, project-running and team-running skills and be now looking to work for a dynamic 80–strong consultancy as it pursues its growth to 200 staff in the medium-term. They should be capable of managing a team whilst continuing to undertake design and project-run.

Workload is a diverse portfolio of projects within residential, commercial, education, leisure & retail sectors (both new-build and refurbishments) with project values up to £150million. Many of the projects are dynamic with fast delivery working with clients that give repeat business.

Top base salary and extensive benefits combined with the chance to work for a rapidly expanding mainstream consultancy that’s making serious waves in the market!

ISTRUCTE STRUCTURAL AWARDS 2015

Walker Dendle Technical Recruitment did for the 5th year running, sponsor one of the Structural Awards in 2015 by IStructE and we chose  to sponsor the “Award for Community or Residential Structures"

We were again an official sponsor of the awards and we are keen to continue to offer our support to the industry through this sponsorship.

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