Recruitment: Structural Engineer
15 Aug 2016
The Concrete Centre is looking for a Structural Engineer to join our multi-discipline team.
With offices in London and Leicester, the role is based from the London office, or working from home within a commutable distance from London.
The applicant must be a chartered structural engineer with experience of design and construction with concrete and other materials, with a minimum of 10 years' experience in the UK construction industry. The candidate would ideally be active within the IStructE, have experience in presenting technical presentations to large audiences of construction industry professionals and be able to represent the concrete sector on national and international committees.
The role is a unique experience to contribute to the development of best practice guidance for structural engineers and make a difference to the UK construction industry. Salary is based on experience.
For more information please download the full job description. Please send your CV and covering letter, including salary expectation, to email@example.com
The closing date for application is 30th September 2016.
We regret we cannot accept applications from people who do not already have the right to live and work in the UK. No agencies please.
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