Structural Engineer - Heritage

Location
Sevenoaks
Salary
£35000 - £50000 per annum + benefits
Posted
12 Apr 2018
Closes
10 May 2018
Ref
JO0000028251
Contact
Darryl Yates
Function
Engineer
Job Type
Permanent

Are you seeking an opportunity to combine your existing Structural engineering knowledge with a passion for heritage and conservation?

Our client is a highly respected consultancy looking for a skilled Structural Engineer with heritage and/or conservation experience to add to their Sevenoaks design team. The portfolio is diverse and includes projects across a range of sectors, including commercial, public sector and historic buildings to name but a few. Projects are valued up to £100m across the South East and London.

Responsibilities of the Structural Engineer (Heritage):

* Producing surveys and design specifications on a range of heritage and conservation projects.
* Designing in a range of materials including masonry, timber and steel frame
* Taking a proactive role on projects under supervision of the Directors/Consultants

Requirements of the Structural Engineer (Heritage):

* Minimum of two years' experience in conservation or historic buildings in a consultancy environment
* relevant degree in Structural or Civil Engineering, or a related discipline
* Good working knowledge of AutoCAD from a design perspective
* Ambition to become chartered if not already achieved

On offer is a competitive salary and benefits package as well as the opportunity to work for an established name with a fantastic reputation for delivering building conservation solutions across a range of building sectors. Speak to Darryl Yates today on 01728 726136 for more information on this unique opportunity.

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