Structures Engineer
Waterman Group
Bristol, United Kingdom
3d ago

Waterman Group is a multidisciplinary consultancy providing sustainable solutions to meet the planning, engineering design and project delivery needs of the property, infrastructure, environment and power & energy markets.

Due to our expanding workload, Waterman’s Structure team is currently recruiting for a Structural Engineer at their Bristol office.

Waterman has a friendly and professional working environment with a strong team spirit, offering excellent career progression opportunities at all levels.

We are seeking individuals with a proven track record in high rise and complex mixed use new build developments. The ideal candidate will have between three and five years’ experience.

If you join us you will have the opportunity to work on major projects in the UK with our Senior Directors, Key Clients, and their design teams including Architects.

Projects include Retail, Residential, and Mixed Use.

All of our major projects are supported by our Revit modellers.

If you are an exceptional designer with experience in the use of advanced Structural Software including Robot, Masterseries, Etabs, Tedds, CSC Fastrac Building Designer, FEM and similar suites we would be pleased to review your CV.

Ideally you will be nearing Chartered Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers or equivalent or close to completing your PRI and CM examination.

The role offers excellent career progression opportunities within a friendly and professional team that is proud of the quality of the service it delivers to its clients, and a clear vision for innovation.

The benefits include a competitive salary according to skills and experience, together with a comprehensive range of both voluntary’ and anytime’ benefits’ to match your lifestyle choice.

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