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Principle / Associate Civil Engineer

  • Location: Glasgow
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 6 months ago

Role: Principle/Associate Civil Engineer
Location: Glasgow
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: Negotiable dependant on experience + benefits.
This role offers a Hybrid working Pattern and flexible working hours.

Are you ready to work as part of a multi-award-winning, multidiciplinary consultancy firm who is a global leader in engineering services, design consultation, and project management. I am currently working with a client looking for civilo engineers of multipul levels of seniority to join their ranks. 

You will be working alongside a team of civil engineering experts on a variety of difficult projects in industries including water, cities and development, energy, and defence. You could be working on an isolated project or on one of the world's most challenging and intricate infrastructure projects as a member of a larger, multidisciplinary team.

There will always be opportunities to challenge and grow yourself as the client's scope encompasses a wide range of tasks such as utilities, drainage, pavement design, and even more heavy seismic structure design both in the UK and overseas.

Your knowledge will span the whole life cycle of buildings and other physical structures, including the feasibility, planning, research, design, and supervision of brand-new assets as well as the evaluation, maintenance, and rehabilitation of already-existing ones.


You will be responsible for:
• Coordinating and undertaking technical team projects in civil engineering.
• Creating briefings, task scopes, and contributions to bid proposals.
• Handle time and money effectively for important project milestones and programmes.
• Providing integrated design solutions by collaborating closely with teams in the UK and abroad.
• Following guidelines for quality control in design.

Your qualifications and skillset will include:
• Chartered civil engineer with a proven track record of success.
• Knowledge of how to deliver designs, including working with other disciplines to create multidisciplinary designs.
• Solid understanding of current design standards and working procedures, including both British standards and American codes, as well as the design and analysis of heavy concrete and steel structures.
• Expertise in leading a design team.
• Effective competitive tendering and business growth experience.
• Accept accountability and responsibility for the work that the individual or the team completes.
• Develop relationships and work well with others, including the client team, representatives from various specialties, and contractors at all tiers (younger to senior), both inside and outside the company.
• Be self-driven to achieve deliverables of the highest calibre.
• Experience negotiating and working with regulatory, statutory, and local bodies, as well as other key project stakeholders.
• Produce designs in accordance with CDM guidelines.
• Strong communication, self-reliance, presentation, and persuasion abilities.

Key Requirements (desirable):
• Experience working in the nuclear industry, especially with designing and implementing safety-related systems, components, and structures (strongly welcomed, although amount of overall experience will also be taken into consideration).
• Strong QA and change management processes experience.
• Possess experience leading younger employees.
• Digital abilities or a desire to learn are essential.

You will receive:
• Competitive Pay
• 25 days holiday + Statutory Bank Holidays and a chance to buy further days.
• Possibility of a Company Car (c. 5K)
• High ranging training portfolio and development activities
• Gym Membership Discounts
• Health and Dental Insurance
• Employee Assistance Programmes for advice and counselling
• Company Pension and Death in Service scheme

If you are a Senior or Principal Civil Engineer looking for a new role, a step up in career and are ready to open the door on a wealth of new opportunities please reach out and apply.
For more information, please contact Danielle Vermeer on 0113 242 0303 or email Danielle.Vermeer@anderselite.com