Senior Civil Design Engineer

Ref No. EMP394115
Salary £30,000 - £45,000/annum
Location Bristol, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required


Reporting to a Senior or Principal Engineer, you will lead design work and undertake significant elements of the detailed design; e.g. calculations, drawings, sketches, reports etc, to achieve the optimum solution for the project


Water Industry Experience

The Job

The projects may include clean and waste water treatment works, where you will develop your understanding of treatment processes as well as all civil design elements and the interaction with other design disciplines.

Opportunities in water and wastewater infrastructure will also exist where the combination of hydraulics and topography as well as 3rd party and environmental parameters and pumping station efficiencies may drive the optimum solution.

The team works both for "end clients" and contractor partners in a progressive and collaborative manner, giving an appreciation all types of project drivers.

Qualifications required

  • Chartered or working towards Chartered Engineer status with a relevant institution.
  • Recognised academic qualifications, Degree, HND, HNC.

Experience of working with an engineering consultancy within the water industry, either on multi-disciplinary treatment works schemes, or infrastructure projects.

Good relevant experience but most importantly candidates that can demonstrate the learning from this experience in order that they will continue to grow and learn in a challenging environment.

Familiarity with relevant software packages such as MS Project and the Microsoft Office suite.

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