Stourbridge, West Midlands
£38,000 – £48,000 + Support to become Chartered
Excellent opportunity for a Civil Engineer to join a small but thriving consultancy where you will have the chance to make your mark on the business while receiving support to become a Chartered Engineer.
Are you a Civil Engineer with a background in Rail, Road, Geotechnical, Bridges, Highways, Infrastructure or similar? Are you looking for a varied role where you’ll be involved in a range of technically challenging projects?
This company are a well established engineering consultancy who take on a range of technically challenging projects, primarily in the rail sector. They have had a busy year this year despite COVID and as a result are now looking for a Civil Engineer to join their team.
This role will be primarily office based and hugely varied, your time will be split roughly 60/40 between design and running projects. The company can offer support to help you become Chartered and for the right candidate, this role offers an excellent opportunity to make your mark on an expanding company.
The ideal candidate will be a Chartered (Or near Chartered) Civil Engineer with a background in Rail, Road, Geotechnical, Bridges, Highways, Infrastructure or similar.
* Civil Engineer
* Office based, hugely varied
* 60/40 split between design and running projects
* Support to become Chartered
* Must have design experience
* Must have a background in one of the above sectors
* Must have experience running projects
* Must live within a commutable distance to Stourbridge
This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.
Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply as your details will not be processed.