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Structural Engineer

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Job Description

This team undertakes the following tasks

• Design of structures, including large framed commercial, education and
residential projects
• Foundation design and assessment
The team is highly motivated and committed to the delivery of successful projects for our
clients. This ethos has resulted in an expanding workload and the requirement for
another capable and experienced engineer. You will be supported by senior engineers
but expected to run projects, attend and contribute to site and design meetings. A
suitable candidate will enjoy their work and the challenges provided by our clients.


Relevant skills & experience

• An accredited BEng degree (or equivalent) recognised by the IStructE
• A minimum of 2 – 3 years’ relevant post-graduate experience and progressing
towards Chartered Status of the IStructE
• Substantial construction industry experience, knowledge of the residential,
commercial and education sectors as well as an in-depth understanding of
superstructure, foundation and geotechnical design
• BIM experience and the use of industry design software packages are essential
• Experience in the use of Tekla Structural Designer would be an advantage
• Experience dealing with clients and other members of the professional team
• An ability to speak clearly, confidently, professionally and convincingly at
meetings and on the telephone when representing the company
• Good commercial awareness
• An ability to write clear and concise e-mails, letters and reports
• Highly motivated and willing to take responsibility for producing innovative
• A valid full UK driving license

A Structural Engineer will ordinarily undertake the following tasks

• Prepare and review structural analysis and design calculations
• Assist in the preparation of drawings for conceptual and detailed design
• Liaise with clients, project team members and local authorities
• Co-ordinate projects and packages of work with minimal assistance
• Enhance and promote the image of Glanville Consultants by their actions
• Attend site and design team meetings

Remuneration and training

The company will provide a competitive salary, a contribution towards a personal
pension scheme (up to 5% of salary) and professional membership fees, which are paid
for one organisation. The company contributes to regular social events, such as gokarting,
theatre trips, golf, bowling etc.
Glanville has a friendly and supportive working environment, which has resulted in good
morale and a low staff turnover. The company has a strong commitment to training
ranging from ‘on the job training’ in new software and design techniques to training
programmes for Chartered status and external short courses.
Glanville’s breadth of skills and experienced staff creates an excellent environment for
new staff to undertake varied and rewarding tasks and expand their knowledge and
Glanville has been listed as an NCE100 company, in recognition of the role that we play
in driving the industry forward, increasing productivity, driving cultural change and
delivering for society in the UK and beyond.


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