Principal Temporary Works Design Engineer

Ref No. EMP417117
Salary £65,000 - £70,000/annum
Location Hertfordshire, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Now Interviewing

Introduction

Matchtech are working on behalf of our client in the recruitment of a Principal Level Temporary Works Design Engineer in their busy office in Hertfordshire.

Important

Temporary Works Design

The Job

Due to the continued growth of the company my client are looking to expand their team and recruit an additional Principal Temporary Works Design Engineer working within the buildings sector.

You will ideally be a Chartered or very near Chartered Civil or Structural Engineer with at least 5 years Temporary Works Design experience preferrably within the buildings market. The candidate should have a good command of geotechnics and a sound understanding of construction techniques.

Temporary Works undertaken include:

  • 3rd Party Design Checks
  • Basement Construction Consultancy (to include Planning, Party Wall, methodology)
  • "Buildability"
  • Construction Sequencing and Planning
  • Crane Foundations
  • Craneage & Materials Handling
  • Demolition Consultancy
  • Façade retention
  • Falsework
  • Floor Load Testing & reports
  • Formwork
  • Marine Works
  • Party Wall Consultancy
  • Propping, Shoring & Jacking
  • Scaffolding
  • Structural Alterations

Their client base is large, expanding and demanding. A first class, rapid service is expected and sometimes involves site visits (primarily in the South East) often at short notice. You will work at a fast pace, juggling many different clients and projects.

An attractive salary will be offered to the right candidate and the opportunity to work from home up to 2 days a week.

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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